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1 Course Number/Title: AC219 QuickBooks Year: Fall 2012 Department: Business Credit Hours: 3 Required Text: Kay, Donna. (2012). Computer Days/Time: TR 2:00-3:20 p.m. Accounting with QuickBooks 2012, Fourteenth Room #: BMC706 Edition, (packaged with QuickBooks 2012 software and student data files CD). McGraw-Hill Irwin. Other Requirements: USB drive, Internet Access and a campus address. Instructor: Diane Williams Phone #: Office Hours: MW: 9:30-10:30 a.m.;1:30-5:00 p.m. TH: 11:00 a.m.-noon; 3:00-5:00 p.m. F: 8:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m. Course Placement: Freshman or Sophomore Prerequisite: Accounting Fundamentals or Accounting I. RATIONALE: This course develops students abilities to apply accounting knowledge to a computerized environment using a hands-on approach. It augments not only their practical accounting skills but also computer knowledge, thus enhancing their value to current or prospective employers. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course covers small business accounting using QuickBooks software. Topics include creating a chart of accounts, recording customer and vendor transactions, processing payroll, and printing reports. In addition, setting up a new company is covered as well as advanced topics such as exporting to Excel software and using the QuickBooks audit trail. COURSE OUTLINE: I. Exploring QuickBooks a. Quick Tour of QuickBooks b. Customizing QuickBooks and the Chart of Accounts c. Banking d. Customers and Sales e. Vendors, Purchases, and Inventory f. Employees and Payroll

2 AC219 QuickBooks 2 II. III. IV. g. Reports and Graphs QuickBooks Accounting for Entrepreneurs a. New Company Setup b. Accounting for Service Company c. Merchandising Corporation: Sales, Purchases & Inventory d. Merchandising Corporation: Payroll e. Advanced QuickBooks Features for Accountants f. Live Project: QuickBooks in Action Quick Guide a. QuickBooks Software b. Company Commands c. Chart of Accounts d. Customer Transactions e. Vendor Transactions f. Employee Transactions g. Banking Transactions h. Entries i. Reports j. Microsoft Office and QuickBooks k. QuickBooks Help QuickBooks Extras COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES ASSESSED: Set up an accounting system using QuickBooks software Use Lists, including the chart of accounts, in QuickBooks Use the QuickBooks banking system to account for bank accounts Account for and report on customer and sales transactions using QuickBooks Account for and report on vendor, purchase, and inventory transactions using QuickBooks Account for and report on payroll using QuickBooks Create reports and graphs in QuickBooks COURSE COMPETENCIES: 1. Set up/computerize a manual accounting system. 2. Maintain the Chart of Accounts and Customer/Vendor/Employee lists. 3. Enter purchases and sales for cash and on account 4. Reconcile bank statements. 5. Maintain cash receipts. 6. Maintain cash distributions. 7. Setup, maintain and process a company payroll. 8. Maintain inventory 9. Prepare and print reports and graphs including balance sheet, income and expense summary, tax reports, and management reports. 10. Edit and correct entries.

3 AC219 QuickBooks Integrate Microsoft Office and QuickBooks METHOD OF INSTRUCTION: The following items are the methods that may be used to present the material. Each chapter will be handled according to the best learning situation for the topic and the individual student. Demonstrations/Lectures Class discussion Hands-on computer work Textbooks readings Handout materials Videos Internet activities METHOD OF EVALUATION: Grade Distribution: Chapters 1-11: Printouts of chapter, end-of-chapter exercises and projects (30 points each) 330 Cases: Case 9 and 10 (50 points each) 100 Case Multiple choice study guides (25 points each) 300 Online quizzes (chapters 1-12, 10 points each) 120 Attendance 100 Exams 100 Final Project/Exam 200 Total Points Possible: 1275 Maximum scale for grade distribution: = A = B = C = D 59 below = F COURSE REQUIREMENTS: This is a one semester course. You will need to plan time outside of class to complete the required assignments. ASSIGNMENT POLICY: All assignments must be handed in by the due date. Homework problems will give you the practice necessary to learn the materials. Make sure you have committed enough time each week to this

4 AC219 QuickBooks 4 course. Please come to class with the assignments completed. Late assignments, without a medical or instructor approved excuse, will receive a 20% penalty per day. TEST POLICY: Examinations will be announced and the format of each exam will be explained. Makeup tests will only be given by special arrangement. ATTENDANCE POLICY: Attendance is an important part of this class! You will be expected to be in class at your enrolled time. Attendance will affect your grade. In-class assignments will be completed and turned in on the day assigned. If you miss class, these assignments will not be accepted for credit. Attendance will be taken daily and it is your responsibility to be in class on time. Pop quizzes will be given in the first five minutes as well, so if you are late you also miss a grade. Colby Community College views class attendance as a mandatory activity. Students are expected to attend classes in which they are enrolled. If you are sick, you are encouraged to visit the Health Center. It is your responsibility to notify me of any absence due to illness or any other reason. ACADEMIC INTEGRITY POLICY: Colby Community College defines academic integrity as learning that leads to the development of knowledge and/or skills without any form of cheating or plagiarism. This learning requires respect for Colby s institutional values of quality, service and integrity. All Colby Community College students, faculty, staff, and administrators are responsible for upholding academic integrity. Cheating is giving, receiving, or using unauthorized help on individual and group academic exercises such as papers, quizzes, tests, and presentations through any delivery system in any learning environment. This includes impersonating another student, sharing content without authorization, fabricating data, and altering academic documents, including records, with or without the use of personal and college electronic devices. Plagiarism is representing or turning in someone else s work without proper citation of the source. This includes unacknowledged paraphrase, quotation, or complete use of someone else s work in any form. It also includes citing work that is not used and taking credit for a group project without contributing to it.

5 AC219 QuickBooks 5 The following procedure will be used for students who violate the policy: First Offense Student will receive a zero for the assignment and the student will be reported to the Dean of Academic Affairs. Second Offense The student will be reported to the Dean of Academic Affairs and removed from the class. Third Offense The student will be reported to the Dean of Academic Affairs and dismissed from the college. Any questions about this policy may be referred to the Dean of Academic Affairs. CELL PHONE POLICY: It is your choice to be in this class. If you choose to come to class, the instructor and fellow students demand your attention and respect. Cell phone usage, including text messaging, ipod usage, or usage of any other electronic device is not allowed in class. Any student who cannot meet these expectations will be asked to leave the classroom and will be counted absent for that day. ASSESSMENT: Colby Community College assesses student learning at several levels: general education, program, and course. The goal of these assessment activities is to improve student learning. As a student in this course, you will participate in various assessment activities. An example of your work, a paper, some test questions, a presentation, or other work may be selected for assessment. This process will not affect your grade, will not require you do additional work and your evaluation will be confidentially handled. Results of these activities will be used to improve teaching and learning at Colby Community College. SYLLABUS INFORMATION DISCLAIMER: I reserve the right to change any information contained in this document, when necessary, with adequate notice given to the student. Notice shall be given in the classroom during class. No other notice is required. It is the students responsibility to stay current with any changes, modifications, adjustments or amendments that are made to this document. ACCOMMODATIONS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES: According to the Americans Disabilities Act, it is the responsibility of each student with a disability to notify the college of his/her disability and to request accommodation. If a member of the class has a documented learning disability or a physical disability and needs special accommodations, he/she should contact Student Support Services, which is located in the Student Union. EQUIPMENT: Computer hardware and software are available for use by students in this class. BIBLIOGRAPHY: Kay, Donna. (2012). Computer Accounting with QuickBooks 2012, Fourteenth Edition. McGraw-Hill Irwin.

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