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BUSI 1004 H Financial Accounting for Business Students Winter 2019 Ajay M. Pangarkar CTDP, CPA, CMA Sections: H (Th 14:35-17:25) Office hours: By appointment only. Email: [email protected] Course Description: BUSI 1004 is an introduction to accounting for business organizations. The student will be introduced to the accounting process and the preparation and analysis of the balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement. BUSI 1004 is the first accounting course in a two-course sequence (with BUSI 1005). Course Objectives: a) Understand and prepare financial statements. b) Outline the purpose, use, and limitations of accounting measurements and reporting. c) Critically analyze and interpret accounting information for decision purposes. Prerequisite This course is limited to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce or the Bachelor of International Business. This course is a prerequisite to 1. BUSI 1005 (with a grade of D- or higher) 2. BUSI 2208 (with a grade of D- or higher) 3. BUSI 2005 (with a grade of C- or higher) 4. BUSI 2001 (with a grade of C or higher) Required Course Materials Textbook: An Introduction to Financial Accounting 3 rd Edition Maurice, Renfroe, 2016 Course Pack: PowerPoint Slides and In-class Problems Available at Haven Books 43 Seneca Street (Sunnyside and Seneca)
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CULearn For help and support with CULEARN: [email protected] 613-520-3700 Course Requirements & Methods of Evaluation: Participation 10% Quizzes 10% Midterm 30% Final examination 50% 100% Students who score 90% or more on both the midterm and final will earn A+ in the course. Participation 10% The purpose of participation grades is to incentivize and reward effort. Class attendance (3 points): Attendance will be taken each class. When the attendance will be taken is up to the instructor and it may be at the beginning, middle or end of class. Students who are present for 20 or more classes will receive 3 points. Students who are present for 10 or fewer classes will receive 0 points. If there is a single medical or family emergency that requires a student to miss 2 or more classes, please provide documentation to your instructor. Class participation (7 points): During class, the instructor and TA will be circulating throughout the classroom to see if, in fact, students are staying on task and completing the in-class problems in the time given. Participation grades will be awarded for this. Furthermore, participation grades can be earned by contribution to the discussion or helping fellow students work through questions. As with the above, students who “participate” in 20 or more classes will receive 7 points. Students who do not participate for 10 or fewer classes will receive 0 points. If there is a single medical or family emergency that requires a student to miss 2 or more classes, please provide documentation to your instructor.
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Quizzes 10% Quizzes are due on the following dates, by 11:55pm: Quiz # Chapter Covered Due Date (11:55pm) 1 1& 2 Sunday, January 20 2 3 Sunday, February 3 3 4
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