Historically this portion of the grade has been

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Historically this portion of the grade has been evaluated by (1) does the student email or get in touch with the professor when they are having trouble understanding the concepts, (2) the portion of the homework assignments and the chapter quizzes that the student completes during the semester and (3) has the student participated in the discussion of any questions, topics or postings by the instructor during the semester. STUDENT RESPONSIBILITES : Students are warned that taking an on line course requires a great deal of independent learning. 1 . Tom recommends that the student first review the chapter outline to get an idea of what the chapter is all about. 2. Then, read the chapter and review the Power Point slides to fill in the details under the major concepts in the chapter outline. 4. Refer to the publisher’s web site for additional resources and to the instructor postings on the course bulletin board. 5. Complete all of the assigned homework problems to practice the concepts and submit the requested homework problem to the homework submissions box each week 6. Take the practice quiz on the publisher’s web site to see if you understand the concepts. 7. Take the graded quiz on the course web site each week. ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: 1. Tom is a Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Management Accountant with a Bachelors and Masters of Business Administration from the University of Hawaii. He is an EdD. candidate at the University of Hawaii in the area of Educational Administration (Higher Ed). 2. He worked in the accounting department of Hawaiian Electric Company for ten years. During that time he worked in the Corporate Accounting and Statistics Division, the Budgets Division and in the Cash Disbursements and
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Accounts Payable section. In conjunction with this work, Tom has extensive experience in the development and maintenance of computerized budgeting and accounting systems. 3. For fifteen years, he taught beginning and intermediate accounting classes for the Adult Education program of the State of Hawaii Department of Education. Tom was chosen the Adult Education Teacher of the Year for 1988 by the Hawaii Adult Education Association. Tom has also taught the auditing portion of the Beckers CPA Review Course. In addition, Tom has taught several accounting classes at West Oahu College and since the Fall 1984 semester has taught various accounting courses for Hawaii Pacific University. ACADEMIC DISHONESTY : 1. Any act of academic dishonesty (cheating on an exam, plagiarism or plagiarism of another students homework) will lead to an automatic final course grade of “F(AD)” (F for Academic Dishonesty). Tom will also remand the case to the Student Conduct Board, which can recommend expulsion from the University. COURSE SCHEDULE : (ALL PROBLEMS LISTED ARE THE “A” SERIES) Week of WEB-CT Course Content Homework Jan 22 - 28 Review Accounting for Read Ch. 13; Do exercises Corporations (Chapter 13) 1,3,4,5,6,8,9,12,15,16 and problems 1,2,5 Jan 29 - Review Long Term Liabilities Read Ch. 14; Do exercises Feb 4 (Chapter 14) 1,3,5,10,12,14,15,17 and problems 1,5,7 Feb 5 – 11 Review Investments and Inter- Read Ch. 15; Do exercises national Transactions (Chapter 15) 1,8, 10, 11 and problems 2,3,5 Feb 12 - 18 Review Statement of Cash Flows Read Ch. 16; Do exercises (Chapter 16) 2,6,8,9,10 and problems 1,4 Feb 19 – 25 Review Analysis of Financial Read Ch. 17; Do exercises Statements (Chapter 17) 4,6 and problems 2,4,5
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