AC 201 Principles of Accounting I
F1Z 2006 ML
Academic Director/Senior Instructor
BA Ed. / University of WyomingMBA / University of North Dakota
7 August - 7 October 2006
5:00 - 7:30 PM
"Accounting", Warren, Reeve and Fess, 21st Edition; Thomsen Southwestern
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Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Link to Class RubricClass Assessment: Readings and problems will be assigned from the text. Lecture will fortify key concepts in the reading and introduce current events around the topics covered as well as examples from industry. Example problems will be worked in class. There will be three quizzes and one Final Exam.
Quizzes = 35 % Final Exam = 25% Homework = 35% Participation = 5%
90-100 % = A 80-889% = B 70-79% = C 60-69% = D Below 60% = F
Late Submission of Course Materials: Homework assignments are due the class period following the lecture on the material. Assignments should be legible and all calculations should be shown. Late assignments will be downgraded accordingly. All assignments must be turned in for completion of the course. All course assignments must be turned in by Wed., Oct 7th.
Classroom Rules of Conduct: Reading texbook assignments prior to class, participation in the classroom, and asking for help if you are having trouble understanding something are critical to success in this class.
Week 1 Chpt. 1
2 Chpt 2 & 3
3 Quiz 1 & Chpt. 4
4 Chpts. 5 & 6
5 Quiz 2 & Chpt. 7
6 Chpt. 8 & 9
7 Quiz 3 & Chpt. 10
8 Chpt. 11
9 Review and Final Exam
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