JOHN JAY COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE
The City University of New York
524 West 59th Street New York, NY, 10019
Accounting Information Systems (ACC 260)
Syllabus
Instructor: Jon Childerley, FCA (E&W)
Cell Phone: 914-512-1378
Email: [email protected]
Information overload is when
There is too much information and it makes it
difficult to make good decisions
An accounting information system must be able to perform
which of the following tasks?
All of these
Cheryl Metrejean has been the controller of Dow
This is an authorized attempt by an internal audit team or an
external security consultant to attempt to break into the
organization's information system.
penetration test
Noseybook is a social networking site that boasts over a million
registered users a
Customers that send their payments electronically directly to the
billing company's bank are using
electronic funds transfer (EFT)
When a customer places an order (on account) for a certain
product, what should be done before the order is checked for
inve
Which statement below is true with regards to an audit trail?
An audit trail provides the means to check the accuracy and
validity of ledger postings.
In transaction processing, generally which activity comes first?
capturing data on source documents
The
System: (1) Two or more interrelated components that interact to achieve a goal, often
composed of a subsystems that supports the larger system. (2) The equipment and
programs that comprise a complete computer installation. (3) The programs and related
pr
It was late on a Friday afternoon when Makari Polzin got a call at
the help desk for Taggart Transcontinental. A man with an edge of
panic in his voice was on the phone. "I'm really in a bind and I
sure hope that you can help me." He identified himself as
As a result of an internal risk assessment, Allstate Insurance
decided it was not profitable to provide hurricane insurance in the
state of Florida. Allstate apparently chose to _ the risk of
paying hurricane claims in Florida.
AVOID
According to the ERM,
All of the following are required for an act to be legally classified
as fraudulent except
TO INFLICT PAIN
Which of the following is not a management characteristic that
increases pressure to commit fraudulent financial reporting?
CLOSE RELATIONSHIP WITH
ACC 260: Quiz 2 guidance
The quiz will take place at the start of class on Wednesday 8 February. There will be 10 multiple choice
questions drawn from the topics that we have covered in chapters 1 and 2. Specifically the topics to be
covered are:
From Cha
Question 1
In a fraud examination, evidence is usually gathered in a manner that moves from the specific to the
general.
True
False
Question 2
Taking extensive notes does not distract interviewers from their main responsibility to watch and listen
True
Fa
Quiz #3
1. COSO identified five interrelated components of internal control. Which of the following
is not one of those five?
a. risk assessment
b. internal control policies
c. monitoring
d. information and communication
2. In the ERM model, COSO specifie
QUIZ # 2
Multiple Choice 1
Which of the following is NOT a step in the data processing cycle?
a. data collection
c. data storage
b. data input
d. data processing
Multiple Choice 2
Recording and processing information about a transaction at the time it tak
ELEMENTS of MISE-EN-SCENE
By Gail Lathrop and David O. Sutton
Mise-en-scene, a French term meaning place on stage, refers to all the visual
elements of a theatrical production within the space provided by the stage itself. Film
makers have borrowed the te
Professor Marc Spear, MBA
Business Communication
Fall 2016
Sy Syms School of Business, Yeshiva University
Final Project
Assignment: With one other classmate, create a business proposal for a
product/innovation to be presented before a group of potential i
PART 4 Capital Budgeting
12. Capital Budgeting in Not-for-
criteria we discussed applicable to not-forprot corporations? How should such
entities make capital budgeting decisions? What about the US. government?
Should it evaluate spending p
roposals usi
$53.
BASIC
I. Calculating Returns- .
(Questions 112)
PA RT 5 Risk and Return
6. Semistrong Efciency - If a market is semistrong form efcient, is it also
weak form efcient? Explain.
'7. Efcient Markets Hypothesis _ What are the implications of the efciem
m
CHAPTER 14 CostofCapItai
.1; mm
m u
. . . . . . _ . -":._.'.-._nns'ttaNSfttitbmamas
Calculating Cost of Equity 1' L01] The Down and Out Co. just issued a dividend
of $2.40 per share on its common stock. The company is expected to maintain a
constant 5
Chapter
14
Cost of
Capital
Key Concepts and Skills
Know how to determine a firms cost
of debt
Know how to determine a firms cost
of equity capital
Know how to determine a firms
overall cost of capital
Chapter Outline
The Cost of Debt
The Cost of Pref
Normal
Normal Probabilities
Common Data
Mean
Standard Deviation
Probability for X <=
X Value
Z Value
P(X<=7)
7
2
7
0
0.5
Probability for X >
X Value
Z Value
P(X>9)
9
1
0.1587
Probability for a Range
From X Value
10
To X Value
9
Z Value for 10
1.5
Z Value
t CI for Population Mean
Data
Sample Size
Sample Mean
Sample Standard Deviation
Confidence Level
100
10.998
0.02
95%
Intermediate Calculations
Standard Error of the Mean
Degrees of Freedom
t Value
Interval Half Width
0.0020
99
1.9842
0.0040
Confidence Int
CI for Population Proportion
Data
Sample Size
Number of Successes
Confidence Level
100
10
95%
Intermediate Calculations
Sample Proportion
Z Value
Standard Error of the Proportion
Interval Half Width
0.1
1.9600
0.03
0.0588
Confidence Interval
Interval Lowe
ZProp_All
Z Test for Population Proportion
Data
Null Hypothesis
p=
Level of Significance
Number of Successes
Sample Size
Intermediate Calculations
Sample Proportion
Standard Error
Z Test Statistic
0.44
0.05
13
178
0.0730
0.0372
-9.8632
Two-Tail Test
Lower
TMean_All
t Test for Population Mean
Data
Null Hypothesis
m =
Level of Significance
Sample Size
Sample Mean
Sample Standard Deviation
Intermediate Calculations
Standard Error of the Mean
Degrees of Freedom
t Test Statistic
168
0.05
25
172.5
15.4
3.0800
24
PVt
Pooled-Variance t Test for Differences in Two Means
(assumes equal population variances)
Data
Hypothesized Difference
0
Level of Significance
0.05
Population 1 Sample
Sample Size
21
Sample Mean
3.27
Sample Standard Deviation
1.3
Population 2 Sample
Sa
SYLLABUS STA 2000, Summer 2016
COURSE TITLE: Business Statistics I
COURSE NUMBER: STA 2000
PREREQUISITES: Sophomore status, MTH 2003 or equivalent. Pre- or co-requisite: CIS 2200
TIME & PLACE: Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, 5:30pm~7:35pm, B-Vert 3-125
w| Joint Event= Event that has two or more characteristics (head and head) | Complement(A (Event)- A(Complement)= Includes all event that are not part of A | |
Venn Diagram= Graphically represents the various events as unions() and Intersections() of circ