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Accounting C-226 (06) Introduction to Managerial Accounting An Independent Learning Course Course Developer and Instructor Dr. Pierre H. Barakat © The University of South Carolina Distance Education [10] 2005
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INDEPENDENT LEARNING THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA For information concerning this and other independent learning courses please call: 1-800-922-2577 (nationwide) or, if outside the United States, call 803-777-7210 If you would prefer to write or visit, our address is: Distance Education 1244 Blossom Street , 2nd Floor University of South Carolina Columbia, SC 29208 Course Number: ACCT C226 [06] Course Title: Introduction to Managerial Accounting Instructor: Dr. Pierre H. Barakat Credit Hours: 3 Prerequisite: ACCT 225 Assignments: 10 ( 50 % of the final grade) Exams: 1 final exam ( 50 % of the final grade) NOTE: YOU MUST PASS THE FINAL EXAM TO RECEIVE CREDIT FOR THIS COURSE Required Text Albrecht, Stice, Stice, and Swain. (2005) Accounting: Concepts & Applications , 9 th edition. Thomson/Southwestern. [0-324-187564] Description User-oriented approach to the study of managerial accounting topics related to business decisions. WHERE TO GET HELP COURSE SUMMARY IMPORTANT INFORMATION
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ACCT C226 [06] Introduction to Managerial Accounting Course Instructor: Dr. Pierre H. Barakat, Ph.D. MBA Course Description : ACCT C226 Introduction to Managerial Accounting is the second course in a sequence of two elementary accounting courses. This course introduces you to managerial accounting. The primary subject is the user-oriented approach to the study of managerial accounting topics related to business decisions. Course Objective : The objectives of this course are: 1. To help students understand the role of accounting in business. 2. To help students learn the terms associated with managerial accounting. 3. To provide the student with a comprehensive survey of the concepts, rationale, measurements, and reporting models as currently practice in managerial accounting. Prerequisite: None. Required Textbook : Albrecht, Stice, Stice, and Swain. (2005) Accounting: Concepts & Applications , 9 th edition. Thomson/Southwestern. [0-324-187564] Course Progress : This course consists of the last ten chapters (chapters 15-24) in the Albrecht, et al. text. Each chapter has one (1) assignment which must be turned in to the Independent Learning office at USC. This means that the student will complete a total of 10 assignments for this class. Students should read the textbook reading assignment before trying to complete the homework assignments . Students will find a wealth of information and helpful hints on the course web site. There are self- study quizzes, demonstration cases all designed to help learners. Be sure to do the self-study quizzes, but you don’t have to turn them in.
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