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ACC/561 Week One —Important Note to Students Greetings, class: This is a challenging course. Because this is a graduate course, you'll be required to work with unknowns, research new concepts, and apply theory to incomplete situations. Just like in the working world, you won't find all of the answers in the book. You'll need to research unfamiliar concepts using valid accounting and business sources. Those of you who have never had an undergraduate accounting course will have to work a little harder. You'll want to get your hands on some additional accounting resources to help you with some of the concepts. The university e- text collection has some great resources. I recommend the Accounting: What the
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Unformatted text preview: Numbers Mean text. Also, there are some good financial and managerial accounting texts in the e-text collection that you'll find useful. Do not just rely on Wikipedia or other general information Internet sites for accounting information. If you're not using real accounting sources, you can’t be sure you’re getting good, accurate material. Are you scared? Don't be. Thousands of students successfully complete this course every month. You can too—if you work hard, do plenty of research, and remember that, as graduate students, you won't have all of the information just handed to you. So good luck, and let me know if you have any questions about valid accounting research sources....
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2010 for the course ACC ACC561 taught by Professor David during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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