ACCT4140 001 - ADVANCED ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES ACCT...

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1 ADVANCED ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES ACCT 4140/5140 - 001 Spring - 2009 COURSE SYLLABUS INSTRUCTOR Name: Michael J. Tydlaska, MS MBA MA CPA CFE FCPA Office Number: Office Hours: Tuesday 12:00 noon to 2:00 pm Email: [email protected] Phone Number: (214) 860-8590 (Office) (9 am to 5 pm only) Mobile Number: (214) 850-0527 (Use in emergency only) COURSE OBJECTIVE The objective of this course is to provide a detailed exposure to the financial accounting treatment of business combinations and consolidations; foreign currency transactions; and multinational, partnership, governmental, and not-for-profit accounting. PREREQUISITES ACCT 2010, 2020, 3110, and 3120 with grades of C or better; ECON 1100, 1110; MATH 1100, 1190; and BCIS 2610. Students may not retake this course more than once (this course may not be taken more than twice, whether at UNT or at other colleges and universities). COURSE CONTENT A study of the following accounting subject areas is included in this course: 1. Business Combinations 2. Consolidated Statements: Date of Acquisition 3. Consolidated Statements: Subsequent to Acquisition 4. Intercompany Transactions 5. Foreign Company Transactions 6. Translation of Foreign Financial Statements 7. Partnerships: Characteristic, Formation and Accounting for Activities 8. Partnerships: Ownership Changes and Liquidations 9. Governmental Accounting 10. Financial Reporting Issues 11. Accounting for Private and Not-for-Profit Organizations
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2 COURSE MATERIALS Required: Fundamentals of Advanced Accounting (1st Edition) by Fischer, Taylor, & Cheng (South-Western, 2008) (ISBN 10: 0-324-37890-4). UNT AND/OR DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING POLICIES Academic Dishonesty The university’s policy on academic dishonesty and disruption of the academic process are clearly set forth in the University of North Texas (UNT) Graduate and Undergraduate Catalogs. These policies will be strictly enforced. Additionally, punishment for academic dishonesty will result in an automatic “F” in the course and possibly suspension or expulsion from UNT. W/WF Grades A “W” grade will be given to students who drop the course by the UNT deadline for the last day to drop/withdraw from a course without academic penalty. After this deadline, students who drop/withdraw from the course will be subject to a “W” or "WF" grade. Exam Retention After the exams are graded, the instructor will review the exam with the class and collect all exams. All exams will be retained for one year, and then destroyed. Religious Observations Students who anticipate the necessity of being absent from class due to the observation of a major religious observance must provide notice of the date(s) to the instructor, in writing, during the first week of the semester. Privacy
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