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Unformatted text preview: Introduction and Introduction and Introduction and Introduction and Orientation Orientation Orientation Orientation ACC 301 ACC 301 – Intermediate Accounting I Intermediate Accounting I Prof. Dennis Chambers Prof. Dennis Chambers Welcome to ACC 301 Intermediate Accounting I • My name is Professor Dennis Chambers – Office: 355 I Gatton B&E Building hone: 57 031 – Phone: 257-3031 • Email: [email protected] • acebook Facebook: www.new.facebook.com/people/Dennis_Chambers/1216101807 • Office Hours: – Tuesday & Thursday – 10:00 am – 11:00 am & “Open door” policy 8/18/2008 ACC 301 2 opics we will cover Topics we will cover… • ACC 301 and 302 comprise a two-course sequence—called Intermediate Accounting I and II • Designed for accounting majors • Purpose is to teach the detailed technical information you need for your career and for the PA ex m CPA exam • Both courses focus on techniques of measurement and recognition of accounting information – ACC 301 deals primarily with assets – ACC 302 deals primarily with liabilities and equity 8/18/2008 ACC 301 3 ext Book Text Book • We have one required textbook: Intermediate Accounting , 12 th Edition – 2007 FASB Updated, by Kieso, Weygandt, nd Warfield (Wiley Publishing Company) and Warfield (Wiley Publishing Company) Make sure you buy the 2007 FASB Update dition! 8/18/2008 ACC 301 4 Edition! lass Routine Class Routine • Turn in Homework Assignment (if one is due) • Lecture – Required: Before class each student should download copies of PowerPoint slides for note-taking p f f g • In-class exercises – Required: Before class each student should download opies of In- lass exercises copies of In class exercises • Class discussion & review of in-class exercises 8/18/2008 ACC 301 5 lackboard Blackboard • Every student must sign up for a Blackboard account – Go to: https://elearning.uky.edu/ • You should be automatically enrolled in my course site • All course materials will be distributed by downloading them from Blackboard – Course Materials: Lecture notes, in-class exercises, homework solutions, etc....
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- Fall '08
- Accounting, School terminology, Examinations