ACCT%202301%20Syllabus%20Hybrid0

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College, Program,  and Semester HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE – CENTRAL Department of Accounting Hybrid Course Syllabus, Spring 2011 Credit Hrs Principles of Accounting I (3 Credit Hours) Number ACCT 2301 Course website http://hccs.blackboard.com Class Reference # 64040 meeting time,Rm. 16 weeks, T 10:00 -11:30 a.m., BSCC 207 Professor Dr. Mesfin Genanaw, CMA, CFM Tel: 713-718-6481   Email:  [email protected] Office Location: BSCC 206 - HCC Central Campus Office Hours: By appointment Textbook Financial Accounting, 11th Edition, Warren, Reeve, Duchac. Thompson/Southwest Publisher, 2009 ISBN# 978-1-4240-7749-6/1-4240-7749-4 Exam Dates Sectional Exam 1 (20%) – Feb 22 Sectional Exam 2 (20%) – April. 12 Sectional Exam 3 (20%) – May. 3 – 6 (online) Drop the lowest score of the 3 sectional exams. Final Exam (30%) – May 10 14 online quizzes (drop one) - 30% Excel Project (extra credit)4% All quizzes are conducted online .
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Distance ED  Support Administrative: Carolyn Paul( [email protected] ) Office (713) 718-5210   Fax (713) 718-5388 Counseling: (713) 718-5275 Option 4  [email protected] Technical 24/7 toll-free phone service (1-866-588-5281) http://d2.parature.com/ics/support/default.asp?deptID=8081 See details below Course Description Fundamentals of financial accounting, including double-entry accounting and the  accounting cycle. Other topics include cash, receivables, inventories, plant  assets, liabilities, partnerships, corporation, investments, and statement of cash  flows and interpretation of financial statements. Prerequisites ACNT 1303/Program approval Course Goal The primary purpose of Principles of Accounting-I is to provide the students with  basic concepts and techniques of double-entry accounting and the accounting  cycle.  The course is designed to meet the needs of those students who are  preparing for a career in accounting Course Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) Students will: 1. Illustrate the accounting cycle for one period. 2. Describe and illustrate use of bank reconciliation. 3. Describe payroll accounting systems. 4. Describe and illustrate the accounting for proprietorships, partnerships,  and corporations. 5. Prepare a statement of cash flows. Learning objectives   The student will be able to: 1. Illustrate the accounting cycle for one period. 2. Determine the cost of inventory.
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3. Describe and illustrate the use of bank reconciliation in controlling cash. 4.
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