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ch20-explained - Financial Reporting Analysis II ACG 3113...

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Financial Reporting & Analysis II ACG 3113 Dr. Deanna O. Burgess, CPA Florida Gulf Coast University 10501 FGCU Blvd. South, Fort Myers, FL 33965-6565 Phone: 239.590.7341 or 239.209.9123 Fax: 239.590.7367 [email protected] CLASS: Spring 2011, CRN 10499, MW 3:30-4:45 pm, AB7 220 OFFICE HOURS, LH 3330: MW 10:45am-12:30 pm, W 5:00-6:30 pm REQUIRED TEXT: Kieso Weygandt and Warfield. 2010. Intermediate Accounting. Thirteenth Edition. ISBN 9780470374948 OPTIONAL ITEMS: Kieso (Hunt). 2010. Problem Solving Survival Guide Volume 2 . Thirteenth Edition. ISBN 9780470380581. Gleim and Collins. Current Edition. Financial Accounting Exam Questions and Explanations. Gleim Publications. PREREQUISITES: C grade or above in FRA I COURSE OBJECTIVES: This is the second intermediate level financial accounting course designed to give accounting majors an in-depth knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). The purpose of the course is to acquaint students with financial-statement measurement and disclosure standards. Emphasis is placed on developing analytical ability and critical thinking. Class is devoted to group activities, examples, answering questions, problem solving and discussion. EVALUATION : Grades are based upon student performance on the following items: Grading: Achievement : Course Exams (3 @ 100 pts, 1 @ 50 pts) 350 pts. A 90 - 100%; Quizzes (highest 5 @ 10 pts) 50 B 80 – 89; + (85-89) Total points 400 pts C 70 – 79; + (75-79) D 60 – 69; + (65-69) F Below 60% Students are responsible for material/announcements provided in class, whether present or not, and for studying two to three times the hours spent in class. Do not anticipate scaling of grades. Students experiencing problems affecting class attendance or the timely completion of assignments are expected to contact the professor immediately, and in all cases, prior to the due date. No late assignments, quizzes or exams are accepted. Students are expected to be present for all in-class assignments, quizzes and exams. Missed assignments and quizzes count as zero. Missed exams without prior instructor notification result in an automatic grade of zero.
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Page 2 Students need a “C” grade or better in this course. Courses may be retaken; all course grades received (including duplications) are averaged in the grade point average. The highest grade is counted toward the grade requirements.
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