Intermediate1 - ACCT 5367 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I Fall...

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1 ACCT 5367 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I: Fall 2006 Instructor: Thomas R. Noland Office: 380C Phone: 713-743-4819 E-Mail: WEBCT (preferred) or [email protected] Office Hours: 11:30-12:30 MW REQUIRED TEXTS AND MATERIALS 1. Intermediate Accounting by Kieso, Weygandt, and Warfield; 12 th Edition . In Accounting 3367/5367, we will cover Chapters 1 through 15. Please check your book and make sure you have all 15 chapters. The 12 th edition is new this fall. 2. The Financial Accounting Research System (FARS) (on CD-ROM). This CD should be included with the textbook if you purchase the shrink wrapped loose-leaf version sold in the university bookstores. 3. Course Packet for Acct. 3367/5367 --The ratio analysis project may be purchased in one course packet from the Copy Center at the University Center . OPTIONAL TEXTS 1. Study Guide to accompany Intermediate Accounting 2. Problem Solving Survival Guide to accompany Intermediate Accounting 3. Financial Accounting: Objective Questions and Explanations. Irvin Gleim and William Collins; Gleim Publications, Inc. 4. The Solutions Manual CD-Rom contains the solutions for the exercises and problems in your textbook. This should be included in the shrink wrapped version of the text sold in the university bookstores. If you don’t have the Solutions Manual (on CD-Rom) you may purchase it from the University of Houston bookstore. Please note: The Take Action! CD-Rom, which may come with the textbook, is neither the solutions manual CD nor the FARS CD. COURSE OBJECTIVES Accounting 3367/5367 reviews the environment and conceptual framework of accounting, the accounting cycle, the basic financial statements, and time value of money concepts. Specific topics within the balance sheet are studied in detail. GRADES Your grade will be determined in the following manner: Practice Problem 10% FARS Project 10% Ratio Analysis Project 10% Quizzes 10% Midterm 30% Final (Comprehensive) 30% Total 100% Grades will be based on the following scale. Individual exams will be curved, if necessary. SCORES WILL NOT BE ROUNDED UP. 90=A, 88=A-, 86=B+, 80=B, 78=B-, 76=C+, 66=C, 60=C-, 40=D, <40=F.
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2 EXAMINATIONS The examination dates are as follows: Midterm (chapters 7-10) October 18 (W), October 23 (M) Final Exam November 15 (W), November 20 (M) Examinations must be taken at the scheduled time. Examinations may be missed only under extraordinary circumstances which must be approved by your instructor prior to the examination. Lack of preparation or multiple examinations are not acceptable excuses for missing an exam. In the case of excused and approved
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