ACG 3131 Syllabus Fall 2016 - ACG 3131 Intermediate Theory...

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ACG 3131 Intermediate Theory 1 (3 credit hours) Fall 2016 Tuesdays and Thursday, 9:30 am – 10:50 am BU 307 Tuesdays and Thursday, 11:00 am – 12:20 am BU 307 Instructor: Dr. Maya Thevenot, PhD Office: Barry Kaye Hall 123 E-mail: [email protected] (THIS IS THE BEST WAY TO CONTACT ME) Phone: 561-297-4036 Office Hours Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:00pm – 3:00pm Required Text and Materials Spiceland, Sepe, Nelson & Thomas. Intermediate Accounting (Connect Plus LearnSmart Access), 8th edition. Irwin/McGraw-Hill, 2015. E-book ISBN 9780077832810; loose- leaf ISBN 9781259542848 ; Hardcover ISBN 9781259546860 . Scantron Forms (Green) - These may be purchased at the book store. Financial Calculator (You may not use your cell phone as your calculator) Computer - Certain assignments will require the use of Excel USE OF BLACKBOARD SITE : Some materials for this course will be available on the FAU Blackboard website You are expected to access the Blackboard website daily to check for syllabus updates, announcements, assignments, and other course materials. Not checking blackboard is not an excuse Recommended Text and Materials (Optional) Wiley CPAexcel Exam Review 2015 Study Guide (January): Financial Accounting and Reporting. O. Ray Whittington. ISBN: 978-1-118-91764-0. Financial Accounting Exam Questions and Explanations (book and Test Prep Software) 19 th Ed. Gleim. ISBN: 978-1-61854-023-2. 1
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Course Description Intermediate Theory 1 (ACG 3131) 3 credits This course presents a user-oriented overview of financial reporting and practice with a focus on how management decisions impact financial statements. You will study the reporting effects of financing, investing, and operating decisions made by corporate managers, and you should complete this course with a relatively sophisticated understanding of how these business decisions interact with financial reporting rules and guidelines. This is not a bookkeeping course or a journal entry course. You will focus on the end products of the financial reporting process: income statements, balance sheets, statements of stockholders’ equity, and cash flow statements. This course will help you develop many of the competencies which the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) expects accounting graduates to have. You should visit the AICPA website (specifically ) for more information about these competencies. Course Prerequisites and Credit Hours and Class Time Commitments Prerequisite: ACG 2071 and satisfactory performance on Principles of Accounting Competency Exam Completion of the School of Accounting Competency Exam , junior standing, and 6 hours of accounting principles are prerequisite to this course. Students lacking proper prerequisites may be administratively withdrawn from this or any other accounting course at any time during the term without receiving a tuition refund.

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