MSA503Spr2009syl - MSA503...

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MSA 503 Current Topics in Nonprofit Organization Accounting SPRING 2009 Course Number: MSA 503-001 COURSE PREREQUISITES: Enrolled in MSA program. ROOM TIME Cameron 133   9:00 - 10:40, M, W INSTRUCTOR: Chuck Earney 230-H, Cameron Hall Office Phone:  910-962-3505 (university) or 910-256-9995 FAX: 910-256-2829 EMAIL: earneyc@uncw.edu cle@earneynet.com WEBSITE: earneynet.com (search or Google Earney) follow links:  UNCW and Non Profit  (includes most handouts)  OFFICE HOURS: By appointment at 710 Military Cutoff Rd., Ste 250 (please call ahead) REQUIRED TEXT BOOKS: Advanced Accounting, Hoyle, Schaefer, Doupnik, 9 th  edition  Chpt. 16, 17, 18 Accounting for Governmental and Non Profit Entities COURSE DESCRIPTION: A survey of the accounting and financial reporting practices of government and other types of  nonprofit organizations, and a critical review of contemporary issues concerning changes to  existing government and nonprofit accounting and financial reporting methods. This course  covers accounting for not-for-profit organizations including governments, colleges and  universities, hospitals, charities and other not-for-profit organizations. Emphasis is on objectives  and preparation of financial statements, the use of managerial reports and budgetary data.
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ATTENDANCE: Attendance is particularly important in this course and will be rewarded. Regular attendance is  necessary for an understanding of course concepts and applications. Disruption or sleeping in  class will not be tolerated. ACADEMIC DISHONESTY: If a student is found guilty of an act of dishonesty, the Dean of Students/Assistant Dean of  Students may impose a disciplinary sanction indicated in Section II-4 of the  Code of Student  Life . The authority to determine the course grade resides with the instructor. Failure in the  course is generally appropriate for an offense of academic dishonesty. CELL PHONES: Please turn off all cell phones before class starts; use of cell phones is not permitted during  class or exams. BASIS FOR GRADE: In General  your grade will be based on the mathematical average of exams and other work  weighted as follows: ATTENDANCE,  PARTICIPATION, HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS   30% EXAM I  35% FINAL EXAM  35% 100% Individual exams may be curved, but final grades will be determined by comparing your 
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