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Unformatted text preview: North Carolina State University ACC 200 Introduction to Managerial Accounting Sections 001 and 002 - Spring 2011 Instructor: Christopher T. McKittrick, CPA, MBA, CFE Office: 3149 Nelson Hall Phone: 515-1961 E-mail: Chris_McKittrick@ncsu.edu Office Hours: 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM on Tuesday/Thursday 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM on Monday/Wednesday (or by appointment) Teaching Assistant(s): Section 001 Beau Corey ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) Michael Parisi ( email@example.com ) Section 002 Elizabeth Ward ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) Ashley Waid ( email@example.com ) Cengage Carson Guy firstname.lastname@example.org Class Schedule: Section 001 T/TH 10:15 11:30 AM Nelson 3400 Section 002 M/W 1:30 2:45 PM Nelson 3400 Class Moodle Page : http://moodle.wolfware.ncsu.edu (login required) Lab MOODLE Page : TBD (login required) CengageNow URL : www.cengage.com/login Course Prerequisites: None Course Objectives: During the first few weeks of class, students are provided a brief overview of financial accounting and income tax concepts. After that, the course is designed to provide students with a basic understanding of managerial accounting concepts and tools. Students will analyze accounting data that are useful in managerial decision making and in the control and evaluation of the decisions made within business organizations. Not all of the material in each section and chapter of the textbook will be covered. Accordingly, you should pay special attention to the specific chapter by chapter objectives found at the end of this document . Course Structure A traditional lecture format will be utilized throughout the course. We will spend a good bit of time in the lecture portion of this class going over concepts from the book and other sources. To be effectively engaged in the class you must bring your clicker, book, assigned handouts and calculator to the lecture class every day . In addition to the lecture portion you will be participating in lab sessions. These lab sessions are where you will spend more time working through specific examples and problems related to the concepts discussed in the lecture. You will have more hands-on work in the labs than in the lecture. Version 1.2 January 11, 2011 ( subject to change) North Carolina State University ACC 200 Introduction to Managerial Accounting Sections 001 and 002 - Spring 2011 Suggestions for satisfactory progress in this course: The Accounting Department wishes all students to have success in the classroom. You will not be able to pass this course by only coming to the lecture portion of the class. On average, most students find they need to work on ACC courses at least two to three hours outside of class for each class hour . Chapters should be read before each lecture class meets . Accounting does require quite a bit of independent learning....
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2011 for the course ACC 200 taught by Professor Buckless during the Spring '08 term at N.C. State.
- Spring '08
- Managerial Accounting