ACG+3482+Syllabus+-+Fall+2010 - ACCOUNTING INFORMATION AND...

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1 ACCOUNTING INFORMATION AND BUSINESS PROCESSES II ACG 3482C Professor: Dr. Marcus Kirk Fall 2010 Office hours: GER 321, M 3:00 – 5:00 Email: Class: GER 126, MWF 9:35 – 11:30 Phone: office (352) 273-0222 (Section 1308/1315: Per 3 & 4) GER 126, MWF 11:45 – 1:40 (Section 1323/1338: Per 5 & 6) TA Office hours: Eyal Soffer, GER 125 T, 10:40 – 11:30 Email: & GER 125 W, 4:05 – 4:55 Kira Warnock, GER125 TTh, 3:00 – 3:50 Email: Credits: 4 Prerequisites: C grade or better in ACG3481 Textbooks: Intermediate Accounting (6 th Edition), Spiceland, Sepe, Nelson and Tomassini (SSNT) Cost Accounting (13 th Edition), Horngren, Datar, Foster, Rajan and Ittner (HDF) Course description and objectives Second of a two-course sequence that examines the generation, dissemination, and utilization of accounting information in a business organization. The course is structured around the business processes of such organization. Coverage extends over topics in traditional areas of financial accounting and management accounting. To strengthen your understanding of how accounting systems generate, organize, and communicate the information needed for corporate stakeholders to manage core business processes. In particular, we shall emphasize the business processes relating to conversion, facilities/knowledge management, and financial management. The examination of each area includes consideration of objectives, strategies, risks and relevant internal controls. Understand individual business disciplines and their relationship to the global business environment. Understand, create and analyze financial statements based upon generally accepted accounting principles. Understand the basic concepts of cost and managerial accounting and its role in business. Apply the conceptual framework, economic reasoning and generally accepted accounting principles to solving accounting problems. Analyze and interpret economic and financial events for internal decision-making purposes. Effectively produce, interpret and analyze written text, oral messages and multimedia presentations used in business.
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2 Course structure A 2-period lecture each Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and a 2-period laboratory session on Friday. Laboratory Sessions Section 1308 1315 1323 1338 Instructor Kira Warnock Eyal Soffer Kira Warnock Eyal Soffer Email Period 1-2 (8am start) 5-6 3-4 7-8 Room Gerson 121 Gerson 121 Gerson 121 Gerson 121 YOU MUST ATTEND THE SESSION FOR WHICH YOU ARE REGISTERED Assistance on logistical Matters For assistance on logistical matters (e.g., exam conflicts, unexpected social plans, drop schedule, etc.), you must contact your laboratory session instructor via their email listed above. Homework Policy:
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