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Course Title Principles of Accounting ICourse No. ACC03210Fall 2017 Instructor Name:Andrew P. Van Hook, CPA, EA, MST, NTPI Fellow ®Office Location:Business Hall Room 434 (4thFloor)Office Hours:Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:30 PM to 8:00 PMPhone:856-256-4944Email:[email protected]Rohrer College of Business Mission Statement, Program Goals, Assurance of LearningCourse Description and Statement of Course Objectives:This course is designed to give students an introduction to accounting, a basic understanding of accounting principles, bookkeeping and accounting analysisStatement of Course Objectives:Recognize unethical Behavior, that is, identify personal ethical position, standards and constraints; identify professional values; and identify moral theories of behavior. Prepare accounting, financial, and/or tax information using standard accounting software. Be able to analyze the effects of business transactions on the financial statements. Understand the meaning and be able to apply generally accepted accounting principles. Understand the application of generally accepted accounting principles in a global environment.Prerequisite(s)*Sophomore Standing*Students not meeting the prerequisite(s) will be administratively removed from the class at any time during the semester.
Assurance of Learning Assessment:AACSBCourse No.Meeting Days, Times, & RoomsACC 03210 sec 2Tues. & Thurs. 3:30 PM – 4:45 PM, Business Hall, Room 221(CRN: 42325)ACC 03210 sec 10Tues. & Thurs. 5:00 PM – 6:15 PM, Business Hall, Room 101(CRN: 42451)ACC 03210 sec 12Mon. & Wed. 8:00 AM – 9:15 AM, Business Hall, Room 103(CRN: 42454)Text: Fundamental Accounting Principles by Wild,Shaw, Chiappetta, 23rdedition. Published by McGraw Hill and McGraw Hill Connect.To access the Connect course for this class, visit: Criteria and Procedures for Evaluating Student Performance:Examinations: Three examinations will be given. There are no make-up examinations without prior approval.

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Term
Fall
Professor
WEIDMAN
Tags
Accounting, Bankruptcy, United States bankruptcy law, Bankruptcy in the United States

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