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ACC 210 syllabus AP 20092-1

ACC 210 syllabus AP 20092-1 - ACCOUNTING 210 Financial...

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ACCOUNTING 210 Financial Accounting Spring, 2009 Instructor: Ernest R. Carraway, Jr. Phone: 515-4510 Voice Mail: 406-8229 Office: Nelson 3110 E-mail: [email protected] Class WebCt Page: http://vista.ncsu.edu (unity login required) Office Hours: MWF 9:00-10:00 and by appointment Course Objectives: This course is designed to provide students with a basic understanding of financial accounting concepts and procedures. By the end of the course, the student should: Have a basic understanding of the financial reporting process, including the accounting cycle, and concepts and principles that underlie financial statements, Be able to prepare, interpret, and analyze a basic set of financial statements, Understand basic internal control procedures, and Understand and perform basic time value of money calculations. Prerequisites: none I. Textbook and Other Materials
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A. Financial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Making , 4 th edition, Kimmel, Weygandt, and Kieso, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2005 (Required), approximate cost: $140 (new) or $105 (used) B. Acc 210 Course Packet – Old Final Exams, download free copy at class WebCt page (see above) (Required) C. Non-programmable calculator (Required) Departmental policy is that only nonprogrammable calculators may be used for accounting exams. The HP 10B2 Financial Calculator is recommended. D. WileyPLUS – Registration details attached at the end of the syllabus II. Grading Policies A. Calculation of Course Grade: Exam #1 160 pts Exam #2 160 pts Exam #3 160 pts Exam #4 160 pts Final Exam 240 pts HW 120 pts ** see policy on attendance 1000 pts B. Grading Scale: A+ 970 -1000 C- 700-729 A 930-969 D+ 670-699 A- 900-929 D 630-669
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B+ 870-899 D- 600-629 B 830-869 F Below 600 B- 800-829 C+ 770-799 C 730-769 II I. Homework, Attendance and Exams A. Homework : Homework makes up 120 points. Assigned exercises and problems for each chapter will be completed in the WileyPLUS website. The homework is graded and points will be assigned for each problem so partial credit is possible. Your homework grade will be based on the number of points you attain out of the total number of points possible. Point totals for each problem are based on the level of difficulty. Homework assignments will be announced in class and posted on WileyPLUS. You are expected to have at least attempted homework before coming to the class for which it is assigned. I will work some homework problems in class or I may work other problems. I will not be going over all assigned homework in class. Instead, I will concentrate on going over the harder material and answering your specific questions. Therefore, it is your responsibility to make sure you understand all homework assigned.
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WebCt, Homework Assignments, and Grade Posting: WebCt is a useful software tool made available by NCSU to supplement and enhance course material. I will specifically be using the “calendar”, “my grades”, and “assessments” functions. I may use the “calendar” to make announcements. All grades will be accessible in the “my grades” section of WebCt. You should carefully monitor these grades whenever new grades have been assigned and recorded.
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