ACC 2203 Syllabus Fall 2012 - TuTh

Baruch students are expected to bear individual

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Unformatted text preview: mission and the students' personal and intellectual growth. Baruch students are expected to bear individual responsibility for their work, to learn the rules and definitions that underlie the practice of academic integrity, and to uphold its ideals. Ignorance of the rules is not an acceptable excuse for disobeying them. Any student who attempts to compromise or devalue the academic process will be sanctioned. Academic sanctions in this class will range from an F on the assignment to a WF in this course. A report of suspected academic dishonesty will be sent to the Office of the Dean of Students. Additional information and definitions can be found at Accountancy Mission. The mission of Baruch’s Stan Ross Department of Accountancy is to help students obtain both the technical tools and general background necessary for successful careers in accounting. The Department’s programs focus on the development, measurement, analysis, validation, and communication of financial and other information. Much of the emphasis is directed to enhancing the students' ability to understand the business and regulatory environment and to alert students to the broad implications of accounting principles, ethical issues, procedures and accounting decisions. 4...
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2014 for the course ACC 2203 taught by Professor Coraci during the Fall '08 term at CUNY Baruch.

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