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Unformatted text preview: T R O Y U N I V E R S I T Y S T U S a ig o n C a m p u s ACT 2292 Principles of Accounting II COURSE SYLLABUS Spring 2010 INSTRUCTOR :Linh Le, MPA OFFICE HOURS : Contact me in person before and after the class sessions Some specific hours will be informed students in class. EMAIL :firstname.lastname@example.org PREREQUISITES: ACT 2291. DESCRIPTION: Modern financial and managerial accounting theory and practices applied to business entities. Prerequisite: ACT 2291. PURPOSE (COURSE OBJECTIVES): To enhance understanding of how basic financial transactions are recorded and analyzed and how accounting information is used in planning and control. This class is a core requirement for all undergraduate business programs. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES: This is the second course in a series which discusses introduction to the use, preparation, and interpretation of accounting information found in financial and operating statements. The purpose is to establish an understanding of how accounting relates to and reports on business...
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2010 for the course E 2292 taught by Professor Linh during the Spring '10 term at Troy.
- Spring '10