fall 10_ACCT_4100-__McComb_Syllabus

fall 10_ACCT_4100-__McComb_Syllabus - Michael J Coles...

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Michael J. Coles College of Business SYLLABUS Advanced Financial Accounting ACCT 4100 -01 / 02 Fall 2010 Prof. J. Marshall McComb II, CPA MAcc Office: TBA Office Phone/Voice Mail: (770) 423-6342 Accounting Department Phone: (770) 423-6084 E-mail: Use Discussion Board if non-personal in nature, otherwise GeorgiaVIEW [email protected] Office Hours: T / TH 12:30 – 1:30 PM and by Appointment Course Objectives – see page# 5 Textbook Fischer, Taylor & Cheng, Advanced Accounting , 10 th Edition Class Schedule - Separately posted (in Georgia VIEW - class schedule). Changes will be announced in class and through the discussion board. Classes will be conducted in a lecture-discussion format. The lectures will introduce a topic and demonstrate the subject matter of the chapter. Most class sessions will also include in-class exercises to help you practice the lecture concepts. The lecture-discussion will be conducted in a manner that encourages class participation. This course will require substantial study time outside of class—I estimate 6 to 8 hours per week of outside study. You will find this course most useful if you do the following things: [1] Prepare in advance by doing all readings and attempting all assigned homework problems. [2] Participate during class by asking questions, seeking clarification, volunteering information, and responding to requests for discussion. [3] Make use of discussion boards and review sessions throughout the semester to clarify particularly difficult material. Keep in mind that you will be evaluated on your knowledge of material from lectures, in-class exercises, assigned homework problems, and from the textbook reading (even textbook material not specifically discussed in class). Poor performance in this class is generally linked to inadequate preparation for class meetings. Attendance Policy Students should make every effort to attend each class session. You are responsible for all material covered, announcements made, and assignments or handouts distributed during an absence 1
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Check GeorgiaVIEW frequently for announcements , course information, and additional assignments ALL STUDENTS SHOULD MAKE USE OF THE DISCUSSION BOARD ON GEORGIA VIEW
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