acc201 section 5 - ACC 201: Introduction to Financial...

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ACC 201: Introduction to Financial Accounting, Spring 2006 Section 5: WF 1:30 – 2:45 p.m. BusAd G102 Instructor : Jenny Teruya, Ph.D., CPA Office: BusAd D309 Phone/Voice Mail: 956-7118 E-mail*: jteruya@hawaii.edu Office Hours: Monday, 1:30 – 2:30 (may periodically be cancelled due to faculty meetings); Tuesday, 1:30 – 2:30; Friday, 10:30 – 11:30; and by appointment Prerequisites: sophomore standing Course Materials: Financial Accounting, 5 th Edition, Weygandt, Kieso, Kimmel Annual Report (specific company to be determined in class) Lecture Notes (available on WebCT) Calculator (cell phones may not be used as a calculator on quizzes and exams) Course website: WEBCT (webct.hawaii.edu) Course Objective: To give students an understanding of the basic financial reporting principles as they relate to corporations, including the study of the accounting cycle, financial statement preparation and analysis and methods of reporting assets, liabilities and stockholders’ equity. This will be accomplished through class lectures, discussions and written assignments. Homework, quizzes and exams will be used to reinforce concepts covered in class as well as to evaluate the students understanding of the material. Instructor’s Responsibilities: Provide instruction on assigned topics, as time permits. Post material for each week on WebCT by Monday morning. Be available during weekly scheduled office hours and by appointment to address student’s questions and concerns about the course. In the event that office hours need to be cancelled, advance notice should be given Treat students with respect. Grade assignments consistently for all students. Follow the policies set forth in the syllabus. * For all e-mails sent to the instructor, please put in the subject line “ACC 201”. E-mail without the appropriate subject line may not be answered. ACC 201 – Spring 2006 Syllabus 1
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Student’s Responsibilities: Attend class regularly; be responsible for obtaining material covered in class on days that are missed Be prepared for class. This means having read the chapter we are covering that day and being prepared to ask, as well as answer, questions. Keep up with the homework. Students will have primary responsibility for completing and correcting their own homework assignments. In some instances, homework problems will be reviewed in class (as time permits). Participate in discussions in class. Treat instructor and fellow students with respect. Be aware of due dates and upcoming exams. Check e-mail/course website throughout the week for course announcements/changes. Grade Exam 1 (Chapters 1-4) 70 points Determination Exam 2 (Chapters 5-8) 75 points Items Exam 3 (Chapters 9-12) 75 points Final Exam (greater emphasis on Chapters 13-15) 120 points Homework 120 points Quizzes 80 points Attendance/Participation 60 points Total 600 points Your final course grade will be based on a standard curve (540 points for an A, 480 points for a B,
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