ACCT 6V98 Syllabus - FALL 2015 ACCT INTERNSHIP CLASSES GRADUATE MAS 6V09 Course Syllabus Course Information Fall 2015 MAS 6V09 ACCT Internship Classes

ACCT 6V98 Syllabus - FALL 2015 ACCT INTERNSHIP CLASSES...

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FALL 2015 ACCT INTERNSHIP CLASSES GRADUATE MAS 6V09 Course Syllabus Page 1 Course Syllabus Course Information Fall 2015 MAS 6V09 ACCT Internship Classes Graduate Professor Contact Information Arthur M. Agulnek Office Phone 972-883-4773 Fax-972-867-4245 SOM 4.222 Preferred method of communication- eLearning Message Tool ― I WILL NOT RESPOND TO ANY E -MAILS SENT TO ME @ UTDALLAS.EDU‖ Office hours By Appointment Other Contact Information Mohammed Rahman-Associate Director Office Phone 972-883-6184 Main Phone 972-883-2943 Office Fax 972-883-2431 e-mail [email protected] Office-Student Services Building SSB-3.300 ***************************************************************** “Please read this entire document-it will answer all of the questions that you may have including due dates and requirements for deliverables ALSO- Please confirm receipt of the syllabus and your understanding of the class requirements and requisite timeline. This understanding includes the requirements for the reflection paper. I must receive the syllabus confirmation NO LATER than 10 days after classes begin. PLEASE NOTE THE 2 CRITICAL DUE DATES 12/3/15 FOR DIARY AND RELECTION MEMO AND 12/7/15 FOR EVALUATIONS **********************************************************************************
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FALL 2015 ACCT INTERNSHIP CLASSES GRADUATE MAS 6V09 Course Syllabus Page 2 Course Pre-requisites, Co-requisites, and/or Other Restrictions (including required prior knowledge or skills) The internship program is designed to provide students with an opportunity to expand and apply their skills in accounting in a professional environment. The accounting student will be required to apply the knowledge obtained at the University in an actual job situation. In order to ensure preparedness for the internship experience, the student must have completed 12 hours of accounting coursework before the semester in which the internship is performed- and a student needs 12 hours of upper division classes to qualify for CPA exam credit- PLEASE NOTE-certain upper level classes do not meet these requirements-you will need to check these out. See the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy website / for up to date information regarding the CPA examination and rules for applying to sit for the examination. (see the site ). You need to check the TSBPA site regularly for updates . Please see the following link for some frequently asked questions/answers regarding the CPA exam Course Description The internship provides on the job training for academic credit. It provides on the job application of accounting knowledge in a business/professional environment. The internship oftentimes provides full time employment opportunities upon graduation. Student Learning Objectives/Outcomes The student will be exposed to new accounting procedures and concepts. The exposure will be equal to or greater than the knowledge contained in an on campus three hour course .
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