ACTG 2011 D, I - Course Outline - Fall 2013 - B. Pasquali

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ACTG 2011.3.0 : Introduction to Financial Accounting II Course Outline – Page 1 Schulich School of Business York University Fall 2013 Course Outline ACTG 2011.3.0 : Introduction to Financial Accounting II SECTION: D I CLASS: Mondays Mondays 2:30pm – 5:30pm 11:30am – 2:30pm LAB: Tuesdays Tuesdays 5:30pm - 7:00pm 5:30pm - 7:00pm Instructor Beppino Pasquali Schulich School of Business S344C 416-736-5066 [email protected] Office hours: By appointment Secretary: Mary Rizzo 416 736-5066 S344K Seymour Schulich Building [email protected] Brief Description This is the second of the two core course sequence (ACTG 2010 and 2011) which develops students’ understanding of financial accounting information so that they can be informed and effective users of the information. The course focuses on uses of accounting information for different decisions and from different stakeholders’ perspectives, and considers the economic and behavioral effects that accounting treatments have on users and preparers. Readings from current publications are used to demonstrate practical applications of the issues discussed in class. Classroom techniques such as case studies classroom discussions, student presentations and group and individual research projects (intended to develop students’ critical skills) are employed. Prerequisite[s] / Co-requisite[s] Note 1: Successful completion of SB/ACTG 2010 3.00 is a prerequisite for SB/ACTG 2011 3.00. Students who have not successfully completed SB/ACTG 2010 3.00 will be withdrawn from SB/ACTG 2011 3.00. Note 2: SB/ACTG 2011 3.00 is not available to exchange students visiting Schulich unless it is a full year exchange and SB/ACTG 2010 3.00 is taken in the fall. Course Credit Exclusion: GL/ECON 2710 3.00
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