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Unformatted text preview: 1 Accounting 4420 Auditing Fall 2011 Professor: Dr. Diana R. Franz, CPA Office: 3037 Stranahan Hall Telephone: 419.530.4264 e-mail: Please use the Blackboard message account only Office hours: MW 10:00 am to noon and 1:15 pm to 1:45 pm Course Objectives: Auditing integrates financial and cost accounting, ethics, accounting theory, information systems, and control structure concepts into a systematic process of obtaining, evaluating and reporting on economic events and activities. The overall objective of the course is to help prepare accounting students for a professional career that includes an understanding of service as an auditor and/or an auditee. Required: Rittenberg, Johnstone, and Gramling, Auditing: A Business Risk Approach , 8 th edition An e-book is available at http://instructors.coursesmart.com/mycoursesmart. Michael C. Knapp, Contemporary Auditing Real Issues & Cases, 8 th edition Grading: Total points available include: Midterm Exams 200 Comprehensive Final 150 Knapp Cases 50 Ford and Toyota analysis 100 Total Points Available 500 Grades will be determined based on the following scale: A 92-100% = 460-500 pts, C+ 77-79% = 385-399 pts, A- 90-91% = 450-459 pts, C 72-76% = 360-384 pts, B+ 87-89% = 435-449 pts, C- 70-71% = 350-359 pts, B 82-86% = 410-434 pts, D 60-69% = 300-349 pts, B- 80-81% = 400-409 pts, F 0-59% = 0-299 pts 2 Course Prerequisites: There are two prerequisites for registration in Accounting 4420 and 6420: 1. A grade of C (2.0) or better in Accounting 3110 External Financial Reporting I. 2. A grade of C (2.0) or better in Accounting 3310 Accounting Information Systems and Controls. Exams: Two midterm exams and a comprehensive final exam are scheduled. The final exam will be heavily weighted on the two chapters which will not have been previously tested (chapters 16 and 17) and, in addition, will include questions over the previously tested material. addition, will include questions over the previously tested material....
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- Spring '11