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The University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business ACC 310F: Foundations of Accounting, Spring 2011 1
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Course Information Section Time Location 02280 TTh from 11-12:30pm UTC 2.112A 02285 TTh from 12:30-2pm UTC 2.112A 02290 TTh from 3:30-5pm UTC 2.112A Course Description and Objective Foundations of Accounting (ACC 310F) is an introduction to financial and managerial accounting. The course will focus on the content, interpretation, and uses of accounting information including financial statements as well as other accounting information used for planning and control purposes within a business. The objective of the class is to help you develop a better understanding of these concepts and learn how to apply them to your life. Contact Information Instructor David Verduzco Email [email protected] Office CBA 2.228 Office Hours will be posted to the Course Documents section of Blackboard as soon as possible Teaching Assistants related information will be posted to the Course Documents section of Blackboard as soon as possible Course Resources and Materials Website courses.utexas.edu Textbook Foundations of Accounting - ACC 310F (ISBN #978-0-7575-6767-4). This textbook has been customized for our class and is available at local area bookstores or directly from Kendall Hunt Publishing at http://kendallhunt.com/store- product.aspx?id=16259 or by calling their Customer Service Department at 800- 228-0810. i>clicker This class require the use of an i>clicker (ISBN 0-716779390) which is a remote device that allows you to respond to questions that I pose during class. You must get your i>clicker and bring it to class no later than Jan. 20 th and use it to respond to least one question. After that, you must register your i>clicker remote by Jan. 26 th at http://www.iclicker.com/registration . Complete the fields with your first name, last name, student ID, and remote ID. Your student ID must be your UTEID. The remote ID is the series of numbers and letters found on the back of your i>clicker remote. Your i>clicker will be used regularly in class and you are responsible for bringing it to every class session and ensuring that it is functioning properly. During the semester, if you lose your i>clicker or for any reason have to get a different remote, you should notify the instructor as soon as possible. Other Basic calculator, internet access, Word, Excel and PowerPoint Grade Components Assignments and Practice Problems 2
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Practicing with course concepts is a critical part of this class, as most of the concepts cannot be fully understood until worked through with related exercises. As such, approximately 5 graded assignments will be scheduled throughout the semester. These assignments will generally be turned in electronically through Blackboard. Specific details such as assignment content, due dates, etc. will be discussed in class. To help you prepare for these assignments, several
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2011 for the course ACC 310F taught by Professor Verduzco during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas.

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