Intermediate%20B%20Syllabus%20Spring%202010b-1

Intermediate%20B%20Syllabus%20Spring%202010b-1 - MGT 131B:...

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MGT 131B: Intermediate Accounting Undergrad, Spring 2010, PROFESSOR: Bruce Blakley, CPA EMAIL: bruce.blakley@gmail.com PHONE: (619) 980-3563 OFFICE HOURS: Mondays 3:30-4:30pm, room 3S119 TEACHING ASSISTANTS: Jon Harel yonatan.harel@rady.ucsd.edu Trang Nguyen trang.nguyen@rady.ucsd.edu OBJECTIVES Intermediate Accounting B is the second course in a series of two intermediate level courses in financial accounting theory and practice. The goal of this course is to continue to expand on the knowledge gained in the introductory and first intermediate accounting courses. Topics include accounting for liabilities, stockholders’ equity, income taxes, compensation and leases. Students should continue to develop a deeper understanding of generally accepted accounting principles and their application to the accounting process. PREREQUISITES Completion of MGT 131 A, Intermediate Accounting 1 MATERIALS Required Kieso, Weygandt and Warfield (2010). Intermediate Accounting (13 th ed) This is the same textbook which is used in MGT 131 A, Intermediate Accounting 1. ASSIGNMENTS Reading and homework assignments follow the course outline (by chapter). Graded homework must be submitted by the start of class on the subsequent Monday (no exceptions). It is not considered practical nor efficient to cover all the text material in class, and therefore, class time will be spent focusing on the major concepts in each chapter. Lectures and class discussion are meant to supplement the reading and are not intended to be a substitute for it. Success in this course will require you to spend time outside of class reading, studying, and working through homework and non-assigned problems and exercises. GRADING Assignments Points [or percentage] Homework 15% Exam I 35% Exam II 45% One Quiz 5% Total 100
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POINTS DISTRIBUTION A 95 - 100 Points C 74 - 76 A- 90 - 94 C- 70 - 73 B+ 87 - 89 D+ 67 - 69 B 84 - 86 D 64 - 66 B- 80 - 83 D- 60 - 63 C+ 77 - 79 F 0 - 59 ATTENDANCE You are expected to attend class and contribute to class discussions. You should read the chapter prior to lecture and complete the suggested homework assignments in order to be adequately prepared in the event you are called upon by the instructor. EXAM MAKE-UP POLICY
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