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Memorial University of Newfoundland Faculty of Business Administration Business 1101: Principles of Accounting Fall 2007 Instructor: Cathy Rowe, CA E-mail: [email protected] Phone: 579-5331 Fax: 737-7680 Office: B2007 Office hours: By appointment Web page: http://www.busi.mun.ca/crowe/ Course materials: Kimmel, Paul D., Jerry J. Weygandt, Donald E. Kieso and Barbara Trenholm (2006) Financial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision-Making , Third Canadian edition with solutions , John Wiley & Sons Canada, Ltd.: Etobicoke, Ontario. This text is new and will come with an access code for the publisher’s web site which will give you access to the solutions. Please note that the first and second editions of the text are not suitable for this offering of the course. Course Pedagogy: Business 1101 introduces the student to fundamental financial accounting principles, concepts, and issues. The course provides an introduction to the preparation, underlying usefulness, and theories surrounding financial statements. Measurement, valuation, generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), and other issues surrounding assets, liabilities, equity, and related income statement accounts are presented. The student is advised that Business 1101 is not a course in bookkeeping. The emphasis in the course will be on accounting theory and its application . The goal of the course is to
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