Spring+2011 - ACG 2071; Introduction to Managerial...

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ACG 2071; Introduction to Managerial Accounting Syllabus Spring 2011 Professor: Deborah Garvin: J.D.; CPA; Master Lecturer, Fisher School of Accounting Garvin Office: 311 Gerson Hall Garvin Office Hours: Tuesday: 11:30 – 12:30; Thursday: 2:00 – 3:30; in my office - 311 Gerson Email: ACG2071Instructor@warrington.ufl.edu Objectives : This is an introductory course that stresses accounting concepts and procedures that relate to generating and using accounting information for planning and control of business operations. The goal of managerial accounting is to provide the information business managers need for planning, control, and decision making. This course is not required for accounting majors. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ACG 2021C or its equivalent. Text: , 2 nd edition, Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice Hall, 2010. (See Below about MyAccountingLab before purchasing book) Additional Requirements : My Accounting Lab: A web-based tutorial and assessment accounting software system that supplements our textbook. ****The text and MyAccountingLab can be purchased as a package from the bookstore. Please note, when purchased as a package the access code to MyAccountingLab only costs $10. If purchased individually (i.e. if you buy a used book) the access code to MyAccountingLab costs $50 (or $100 with an e-book. With access to MyAccountingLab you will have access to an electronic version of the book. If you do not want a hardcopy of the book you may purchase only the access code to MyAccountingLab**** If you previously purchased MyAccountingLab for ACG 2021, Introduction to Financial Accounting, in Summer or Fall 2010, your registration is good for one year, you should not have to repurchase access to MyAccountingLab for this course. Recommendations for Success in this Course: 1. Read the assigned chapter before we discuss it. 2. Attend the live class or watch the lecture (Do not let yourself get behind if you are watching lectures online) 3. After we finish discussing a Chapter, complete the assigned homework problems 4. If you have issues with any of the homework problems, attend one of the student assistant’s office hours 5. Complete the assigned quiz in a timely manner Lectures: You are expected to attend or watch all lectures according to the schedule outlined below. The lecture notes cannot and should not be a substitute for class attendance. The lecture notes do not include all information discussed in class. Lecture notes are available on the class Web site (under the resources tab) and are also available for purchase as a package at Target Copy Center. Based on the last 4 years in which I have been teaching this course, Exam performance in this class is highly correlated with class attendance or watching the class lectures, and completing the assigned homework problems.
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2011 for the course ACG 2071 taught by Professor Sumbiznatch during the Spring '06 term at University of Florida.

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