BACC 131-02 - Principles of Accounting I Syllabus - Fall 2019(2).docx

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UNIVERSITY OF THE CUMBERLANDSHutton School of BusinessPrinciples of Accounting I1030-BACC 131-02 – HSB Room 202Monday & Wednesday 11:00 a.m. – 11:50 a.m.Fall 2019INSTRUCTOR: Mr. Raymond E. McGhee, MBA, AFSPAssistant Professor of AccountingOffice:HSB Room 216Telephone: (606) 539-4253E-Mail: [email protected]Office Hours:1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Mon. – Wed.2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. ThursdaysOTHER TIMES BY APPOINTMENTRequired Textbook: Warren, C.S., Jones, J. P., & Tayler, W. B. (2020). Financial & Managerial Accounting,15thedition. Boston, MA: Cengage.ISBN-13: 978-1-337-90266-3ISBN-10: 1-337-90266-7NOTE: you will need access to the CengageNow Learning System that accompanies this textbook. This can be purchased with the textbook. This textbook is also eligible for the Cengage Unlimited Program, which enables you to purchase access to ALL Cengage textbooks and learning software for one flat rate. For more information, please contact the University of the Cumberlands bookstore.COURSE DESCRIPTION:Principles of Accounting I is an introduction to the study of accounting, which is a required course for majors in Accounting, Business Administration, Fitness and Sports Management, Information Technology Sciences (w/ Management Concentration)and for the minor in Business Administration. Principles of Accounting I provides the concepts and techniques of collecting and presenting accurate data about an organization, the knowledge to understand and interpret that information.STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES:The mission of the Hutton School of Business is to foster academic excellence and student achievement at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Students are provided with a strong academic foundation in business, and are prepared to become productive, competent, and ethical professionals. The Hutton School of Business provides a learning environment that is characterized by student-oriented instructional methodologies and the development of leadership and life-long learningskills in its students. At the Hutton School of Business, the following broad-based goals for students have been developed:Students will acquire the relevant disciplinary knowledge and competencies appropriate to their program of study.Students will acquire effective business-related professional skills.Students will be challenged to assess their personal values and connect them to ethical behaviors appropriate to the intended endeavors.Based upon these broad-based goals, the Hutton School of Business has identified the following general intended student learning outcomes (HSB ISLO) for students:1.Students will be able to explain the major concepts in the functional areas of accounting, finance, marketing, and management.2.Students will be able to evaluate the legal, social, and economic environments of business.

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