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SYLL2CostFall10 - COST ACCOUNTING ACG 3361 Sections 301 302...

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COST ACCOUNTING ACG 3361, Sections 301 & 302 Fall 2010 Professor: Steve Swirsky, PhD, CPA Office: SBI West, Room 425 Office Telephone: FAMU: 412-7749 voicemail available, messages time/date stamped E-mail: [email protected] Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday : 9:00am – 9:30am; 12:20pm – 1:50pm (in Office); and other times by appointment. Class Times: Section 301: T & Th, 9:30am to 10:45am SBI West, Room 205 Section 302: T & Th, 11:00am to 12:15pm SBI West, Room 205 Required Materials : Textbook: Cost Accounting: A Managerial Emphasis , Horngren, Datar, Foster, Rajan and Ittner; 13 th Edition, Text available online at: http://www.coursesmart.com/9780136070825?_instructoruserid=1137764 The CourseSmart website offers students several ways of utilizing this text throughout the semester. Note: You will need to have the portion of the text (chapter materials and end-of-chapter materials) that is relevant to the current lecture, with you in class, EVERY class, beginning Thursday, Sep. 9. If you do not have the relevant text materials with you at that time, you will be dropped from the class roster that afternoon. Calculator: You are also required to bring a simple calculator to every class . Not cell phones. SBI Mission Statement The mission of the School of Business and Industry (SBI) at Florida A&M University is to produce graduates capable of excelling as future leaders in global business, industry, and commerce. This is achieved by: Providing innovative academic, professional development, and internship experiences in an enlightened, ethical, and stimulating student-centered learning environment. Developing, supporting, and creating opportunities for a diverse qualified faculty and staff committed to “excellence with caring” through high-quality teaching, relevant intellectual contributions, and meaningful service. Creating an environment in which shared governance, collegiality, openness, respect for others, and individual and mutual responsibility and accountability flourish. Embracing the University’s historic mission of educating African Americans while recruiting students of all races and ethnic origins with strong academic backgrounds committed to the pursuit of excellence. Developing new, and expanding existing, creative partnerships with alumni, and private and public stakeholders to maintain the relevance and currency of our academic programs. Promoting an environment of continuous improvement by acquiring and developing the necessary human, physical, financial, and technological resources to maintain our competitive edge. SBI Values Statement We value a work and learning environment that is based on professionalism, responsibility, accountability, respect, trust, pride, ethics, integrity, caring, excellence, knowledge, research, and service. SBI Vision Statement The School of Business and Industry aspires to be recognized nationally and internationally as a preeminent center of excellence in business.
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SBI Learning Goals Learning Goal #1 – Critical Thinking Skills: Our graduates will have the ability to identify, isolate and find relationships among business administration concepts or problems and to draw sound inferences from multiple perspective.
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