accounting 1 syllabus - ACC 2013.009 Principles of...

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ACC 2013.009 Principles of Accounting I TTH Spring 2011 TTH 12:30 pm-1:45 pm Sec 007 Room BB 3.01.02 Instructor: Rachana Kalelkar Phone: 210-458-7322 Do not leave message. If I am not in contact me via blackboard e-mail Office: BB 4.02.48 (1604) Office Hours: 1604 Campus T 11:00 -12:00pm Textbook: Fundamentals of Financial Accounting (3rd ed.) By Phillips, Libby & Libby; McGraw-Hill/Irwin (shrink wrapped purchase) Class Notes: Included in shrink wrapped text package Please NOTE this book is a custom edition. Books purchased on the internet will probably NOT have the class notes Other: Bring pencil, simple calculator every day Website: Blackboard e-mail: [email protected] USE Blackboard E-MAIL Acc 2013 Course Description This course provides an introduction to business external financial reporting. Students will develop an awareness of the accounting concepts and principles used in preparing the three basic financial statements: the income statement, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows. The course is designed for all business students, whether future users or preparers of accounting information. UTSA and COLLEGE OF BUSINESS POLICIES College of Business BBA Program Goals: Students graduating with a BBA will be able to 1. communicate, orally and in writing, information and ideas pertinent to business decision making 2. use quantitative analysis and quantitative and non-quantitative reasoning to effectively identify and solve business problems. 3. use current information technology to support business decision making 4. incorporate a global perspective in business decisions 5. identify ethical and legal issues in a business context and find alternatives that deTuesstrate ethical values
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Course Goal: This course is designed to help, in part, achieve goals 1, 2, 4, and 5. Students will become proficient in recognizing and interpreting financial transactions, analyzing and recording business transactions in a financial accounting system, completing the accounting cycle, and preparing financial statements in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Course Objectives: To gain factual knowledge. You will gain an understanding of financial terminology used in business, business transaction analysis, and the classification of accounts, all for the purpose of learning to read and comprehend business financial statements To learn to apply course material learned.
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