ACC 419_2 Winterl 08 - CALIFORNIA STATE POLYTECHNIC...

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CALIFORNIA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY, POMONA College of Business Administration Accounting Department ACC 419: Auditing Theory Winter 2008 Syllabus INSTRUCTOR: Magdy Farag, Ph.D. OFFICE: Bldg. 94, Room 261 E-MAIL: [email protected] OFFICE HOURS: T 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM TELEPHONE: (909) 869-2369 W 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Th 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM and by appointment. Required Course Text: 1. Auditing, and Assurance Services: An Integrated Approach, 12th edition – Arens, Elder, and Beasley. 2008 (Required). ISBN 0-13-612827-0 2. Any CPA Exam Review Materials (Optional) Course Description: Theory of auditing and its objectives: procedures and techniques to achieve objectives; types of reports issued by auditors; professional responsibilities and ethics of auditors. Students will be introduced to concepts, procedures, and techniques of auditing. Objectives of the Course: To introduce students to concepts, procedures, and techniques basic to auditing. Class Policies: The class policies on attendance, grades, and withdrawals will follow the rules and regulations set forth by the University and College of Business. Grade disputes must be submitted to the instructor in writing within five days of the date the graded item is reviewed by the class. Students are expected to act in a professional manner during class time. Office Hours: I will have regularly scheduled office hours for consultation on matters pertaining to the course. Students are encouraged to take advantage of these hours to discuss their problems and to secure assistance when needed throughout the quarter. It is expected that you will have done the readings, and completed homework assignments before asking for assistance. Homework Policy: An initial reading of all assigned chapters should be completed before attending class, and a second reading after the class discussion is suggested. Assigned homework for this class will be posted in the class Web Site announcement section.
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