M9-00-1-Syllabus-Godfrey-Acct II- Sum-2009

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5bcad0f6f680909220ec6a2325f5801fbacfc37c.doc. Page 1 of 4 Syllabus-Accounting-2122-023-024 Principles of Accounting II – Summer II. 2009. Dr. Howard Godfrey Office: 302B, Friday Building Email: hgodfrey@uncc.edu ; Web: www.uncc.edu/hgodfrey Phone: 704.687.7673 Office Hours: 9:15-9:45 am. M-T-W-T-F 1:00-1:30 pm. M-T-W-T-F Textbook: Required: Horngren, Sundem & Stratton. Introduction to Management Accounting . Fourteenth Edition. Prentice Hall, 2008. ACCT 2122. Principles of Accounting II. (3) Prerequisite: ACCT 2121 with a grade of C or better and sophomore standing or permission of department. An introduction to managerial accounting with an emphasis on using accounting information to make decisions. (Fall, Spring, Summer) (Evenings) Course Objectives The primary objective of the first year of accounting (Principles of Accounting I and II) is for students to learn about accounting as an information development and communication function that supports decision making by investors, loan officers, managers, government agencies and any party that bases its decisions on accounting information. Upon completion of the first year of accounting, students will 1. have a better understanding of basic business activities in the service sector, merchandising sector and manufacturing sector, 2. understand the purpose of accounting and the uses and limitations of accounting information in making investment as well as business decisions, 3. develop enhanced analytical and critical-thinking skills. 4. increase the awareness of the importance of computer technology (software) and information technology (the Internet) with regard to financial information, and 5. understand the global perspective of accounting and business. Grading Policy Option no. 1 A student's grade will be determined on the basis of his/her accomplishment in the following areas: Three examinations 300 points Non-cumulative final exam 100 points Total 400 points The following grading scale will be used: Total Number of Points – Option 1 Total Number of Points – Option 2 Letter grade At least 90% of possible points At least 90% of possible points A At least 80% of possible points At least 80% of possible points B At least 70% of possible points At least 70% of possible points C At least 60% of possible points At least 60% of possible points D Less than 60% of possible points Less than 60% of possible points F
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5bcad0f6f680909220ec6a2325f5801fbacfc37c.doc. Page 2 of 4 Examinations: 300 points The examinations will be given as indicated on the Class Plan on page 3 of this syllabus. These examinations will not be given at any other time. No make-up examinations will be given for the first three examinations during the semester.
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