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SYLLABUS ACCOUNTING 2113 ELEMENTARY ACCOUNTING I Spring 2011 INSTRUCTOR : Jane Calvert, CPA, M.S. Acctg. OFFICE PHONE : 974-2161 (Leave message with your number and I will return the call. Be sure and speak slowly when recording your number.) OFFICE LOCATION : Thatcher #140 – Jane Calvert (My little home on campus) Thatcher Rm. #152 -- Karen Price, Admin. Asst. -- 974-2353 Thatcher is the old dorm building just east of the University Center. Go to the north door where the ROTC sign is. E-MAIL ADDRESS : [email protected] or [email protected] (Preferred E-mail address). PLEASE IDENTIFY YOUR EMAIL IN THE SUBJECT LINE SO I CAN SELECT IT FROM JUNK MAIL. ALSO, IN YOUR EMAIL INDICATE WHAT CLASS YOU ARE IN AND WHAT TIME: Ex: Accounting I, MWF 11:00, T 7:30 OFFICE HOURS : MWF 12:00 – 12:50 2:00 - 3:00 I am here much more than the above hours reflect. I will be glad to make an appointment with you. A NOTE FROM THE DEAN : Welcome to Accounting 2133, one of the core courses in your program of study in the College of Business. You may be wondering why you have to take so many courses that are not directly related to your chosen major. In addition to preparing you to be successful in your major field of study, the curriculum in the College of Business is designed to help you understand and work with all of the functional areas you will encounter in business. Mastering the material in this course will help you perform better in all your business classes and on the Strategic Management comprehensive examination at the end of your degree program; mastery will make you a better business professional as well. Have a great semester! TUTORING HOURS : COURSE PURPOSE : Disk 11
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Accounting information makes important contributions to the decision-making process in modern business. Users of accounting information depend upon that information to possess certain qualitative characteristics to enable the user to make sound judgments.
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  • Fall '11
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