syllabus 232 spring 11 MWF

syllabus 232 spring 11 MWF - SAM HOUSTON STATE UNIVERSITY...

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SAM HOUSTON STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Department of Accounting Course Syllabus – Spring 2011 COURSE NUMBER: Accounting 232 COURSE TITLE: Managerial Accounting PREREQUISITES: Accounting 231 (Principles of Accounting) INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Jeff Strawser OFFICE: 311L Smith-Hutson Building OFFICE HOURS: MWF 12:00 – 1:00 M 4:00 – 6:00 W 2:00 – 6:00 Or by appointment TELEPHONE: 936-294-1280 EMAIL: [email protected] REQUIRED TEXT: Accounting , Warren, Reeve, and Duchac, Cengage Learning, 23 rd edition, 2009. Purchase online version CLASSROOM: Students are not allowed to eat or drink in the classroom with the exception of bottled water. SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS: A nonprogrammable calculator is the only type of calculator that may be used on examinations. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is a continuation of financial accounting coverage followed by an introduction to managerial accounting. An emphasis is placed on the usage of accounting information in managerial decisions. PHONES AND TEXT MESSAGERS: As per university policy, the use of a telephone or text messenger or any device that performs these functions during a test is absolutely prohibited. These devices 1
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must be stored securely and not visible on your desk. The use of such a device during a test and even the visibility of such a device during the test will result in a zero assessed for the test, and is also considered evidence of cheating. If an emergency situation exists, discuss this with your instructor. COURSE OBJECTIVE: It is the objective of this course that the student will have a strong foundation for future courses in business administration by: 1. Understanding the role and scope of financial and managerial accounting and the use of accounting information in the decision making processes of investors, creditors, and managers 2. Understanding various terms and concepts and their appropriate uses including the idea of using different costs for different purposes 3. Obtaining a level of proficiency in various calculations that are routinely used
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2011 for the course ACC 232 taught by Professor Grayless during the Spring '08 term at Sam Houston State University.

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