ACCT 101: Practical Accounting. Course Description

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1 Syllabus Fall 2015 ACCT 101: Practical Accounting Claude Ognibene Welcome to our Practical Accounting class! This course is the first step towards mastering the language of business. Success in the class is directly related to attending class, completing assignments, and participating regularly. I look forward to working with you towards a rewarding experience that results in you meeting your personal, professional and educational goals. Course Description This course introduces students to the field of accounting. Topics include recordkeeping for sole proprietorships in service and merchandising businesses, end-of-period of adjustments and the worksheet, preparation of financial statements, and the closing process. The course also covers cash receipts, disbursements and control, and payroll while emphasizing practical problems. Students are required to complete a comprehensive manual accounting simulation (practice set). The course is directed toward students preparing for ACCT 201 and the bookkeeping and accounting certificates. Course Details Semester: Fall 2015 Meetings: Mondays 7:00AM -9:00AM plus 2 hours online Room: OC 4801 Section: 1003 Units: 4 Blackboard Site: Hours: 4 lecture/online hours Prerequisites: None Transfer Credit: CSU and UC My Accounting Lab (MAL) Register & log-in required for online course components: Follow student registration instructions on the last page of this syllabus. Course Objectives and Student Learning Outcomes The business and accounting programs at MiraCosta College educate, develop and prepare students to successfully meet the multidisciplinary, technological and ethical challenges of a dynamic global business environment. The faculty has identified three student learning outcomes (SLOs) that students should be competent in as a result of their studies: Complete an accounting cycle for a sole proprietorship according to generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). This SLO is assessed via the practice set that is due by December 11, Generate and record payroll and payroll-related liabilities in accordance with state and federal laws and regulations. This SLO is assessed via the online exam that is due on November 7, Explain and apply the principle objectives and practices of proper internal control and/or evaluate ethical standards in a given business situation. This SLO is assessed via the chapter 6 MAL assignment due on October 24, SLO Assessments are noted in the weekly schedule. Course Objectives: Judge the meaning of complex statements and the quality of logical conclusions, calculations, and concept applications. Analyze the Annual Report of a major corporation using complete sentences, spelling accounting terms correctly and writing with reasonable clarity. Complete a manual accounting simulation (practice set).

2 Instructor Information Instructor: Claude Ognibene MBS, MS, EA, DRE Accounting, Finance, Tax Law Education Office: TBD Telephone: (760) Office Hours: (by appointment only) Web Page: is the best way to communicate with me and you will receive a response within 24 hours of receipt. Background: See Web Page Course Materials & Required Web Access Text: Slater, Jeffrey, College Accounting: A Practical Approach, 13 th edition with My Accounting Lab (MAL) Pearson, ISBN: A copy of the textbook is on reserve at the MCC Library. You may purchase the textbook or, at minimum, the access to My Accounting Lab that includes e-text. Please be aware that the text will be used for in class problem solving each week. Course Blackboard Web Site: Use Firefox/Google Chrome web browser for best results. My Accounting Lab (MAL): Follow student registration instructions attached to this syllabus and in the Content menu of the Blackboard. Use Firefox/ Google Chrome web browser for best results. Your MyLab & Mastering course, Accounting 101 Fall 2015, ognibene41709, has been created. You can access your course from the MyLab & Mastering website at: (for MyLab courses) (for Mastering courses) Materials: Three ring binder (suggested), pen, #2 pencil, eraser, ruler, two 882-E Scantron forms, and basic function calculator.

3 Course Content Each class meeting will begin with a review of homework assignments followed by presentation of new material in lecture, practice problem solving and class discussion format. Students should be prepared by reviewing homework solutions available on the course Blackboard site prior to class for the purpose of asking questions about homework between classes and at the start of each class. Any assignments that are graded will not have solutions available on the Blackboard site Course content Excel working papers for all assignments maybe available at the Blackboard site for this class. Online quizzes (one per chapters 1-12) are administered through My Accounting Lab (MAL) and consist of objective questions and brief problem solving. Online quizzes are due by 11AM every Saturday. Due dates are also noted in the weekly schedule. Online problem assignments (one per chapters 1-12) are administered through My Accounting Lab (MAL) and are due by 11 AM every Saturday. Due dates are also noted in the weekly schedule. Twelve weekly discussion board responses (one per chapters 1-12) to a critical thinking question posted to the discussion board on the course Blackboard site. For full credit you must respond with at least one original post and one response to a student post or additional instructor post. Twelve Try It assignments in My Accounting Lab (MAL). Try it assignments include guided learning experiences to help you master key chapter objectives for chapters 1-3. Thereafter, Practice Home Work and Solutions will replace the Try it assignments for scoring. You must be in class and participate in discussion to receive the 5 points per chapter 4-12 One practice set (SLO 1-3) will be open in My Accounting Lab (MAL) on October 12, 2015 and is due on or before 11 PM on Friday, December 11, See each Due Date of SLO #2 & 3. Three exams will be administered in class on the dates indicated in the weekly schedule and will consist of objective questions and problem solving based on homework assignments. A review sheet will be posted in the content menu in Blackboard at least one week prior to each exam date. In class extra credit assignments may be offered periodically. Students must attend and complete extra credit assignments to receive credit. Course Grading Requirements 1) Exam ) Exam ) Exam ) 3 Try It Assignments in 5 points each Chapter ) 9 in class discussion Practice HW problems and solutions 45 6) Twelve online quizzes in 10 points each 120 7) Twelve online problem assignments in 10 points each 120 8) Twelve critical thinking discussion board 5 points each 60 9) One Practice Set in MAL(SLO1-3) 60 Total Possible Points 870 Total Points and Corresponding Letter Grade: A = B = C = D = F = Below 518

4 Adding and Dropping this Course: Course Rules and Expectations Each student is responsible for adding and/or withdrawing from this course. The last day to add this course with instructor consent (permission number) is August 31, The last day to withdraw from this course for no grade is August 31, The last day to withdraw from the course and receive a grade of W is October 5, Attendance Policy: Attendance is required in this course. No absences will be excused. Attendance is critical to teaching and learning. You will fall behind in acquiring course content and skills if you do not attend every class. Situations can occur, however, that are beyond your control and require you to miss class(es). If you miss a class, make arrangements with a classmate to keep you informed on lecture topics, handouts, and assignments. See course content and grading criteria for online attendance requirements. All material necessary to be successful in this course is not necessarily found in the textbook or Blackboard site. You must be present to receive credit for attendance, exams, extra credit, quizzes, and assignments. Assignments must be turned in by due dates. No make-ups of any kind will be allowed. Contact the instructor immediately if extenuating circumstances will prevent you from attending class. is the best way to communicate with the instructor. Instructor will respond to s within 24 hours of receipt. Though instructor may respond on weekends students should not expect responses on weekends. Instructor reserves the right to withdraw students for lack of attendance (missing 2 or more classes in a row) or lack of progress. Should you miss class, you should refer to the class Blackboard site for class announcements, lecture notes, syllabus, weekly schedule, in class and homework practice exercise and problem solutions, and exam study guides. Students must be present to earn extra credit offered in class. Tardiness: Classes will begin promptly at 7:00 AM Attendance will be taken at the start of each class. Promptness is expected. See course content and grading criteria for online attendance requirements. No make ups due to tardiness allowed. Assignments: Completing ALL assignments is critical to success in this course. Completing and understanding all assignments will enhance success on all assessments and future assignments. Please contact instructor via or at the start of each class with questions on assignments. Working papers for all exercises and problems are located in the course Blackboard site. The course Blackboard site also has link to problem solutions to check student work. Homework assignment solutions will be available on the Blackboard site on the date each chapter is started in class. See the weekly schedule for practice set assigned and due dates. Academic Honesty: All tests and assignments are to be the work of the student. Any exams or assigned work that is turned in by the student for a grade, but, is not the original work of that student will be deemed unacceptable and the student will receive zero points for that work. You are not allowed to view the ebook from MAL during the exams, so I highly recommend you purchase the bundle (book and MAL Access code) at MCC Bookstore (Approx. $120 w/out tax), so you can have access to your book during exams. It is your responsibility to complete the homework & quiz assignments on time and late homework/quiz due online will be penalized by 10% per day per problem not completed. Unless approved by the instructor no Homework will be graded after 72 hours of due date. You will be able to access HW in MAL 5 times and Quiz 3 times at 2 hour intervals during each week. In order to ensure your maximum grade and learning benefit from the homework assignments, I would urge not to wait until the last minute to submit your assignments. Allow yourself a cushion prior to the deadline and avoid the stress of something malfunctioning hours before the assignment is due. There is a direct correlation between success on the exams and diligent effort on the homework. By seriously attempting to solve the HW problems, you will learn the material.

5 DUE DATES: The due dates for all assignments and the scheduled dates for lecture topics, reviews, and exams are clearly listed on the class schedule that you will receive. Therefore, I expect to you to come to class prepared. In the event there is an emergency and you didn t plan properly, late homework assignments will be accepted online at a 10% penalty per day, at the prior approval of the instructor with the exception of the last week due to grading deadlines. ATTENDANCE & CLASS BEHAVIOR: Regular attendance for the full class period is important as well as being fully prepared for the class. Also, be sure not to miss any classes during the first two weeks, and not miss more than TWO total classes for the semester. Violations subject you to being dropped at instructor s sole discretion. Students who stop attending are still responsible to complete all necessary paperwork if dropped. This is an early morning class, so please make every effort to be on time. An attendance sheet will be sent around at beginning or end of each class and will be an element of class participation. In the event that you do miss a class, I strongly suggest that you make arrangements with a classmate to go over the material that was presented or visit the class website. Cell phones, IPADS and pagers etc... Are to be turned off while in class as a common courtesy both to your fellow students and me. Please don t use your cell phone as your calculator; you will need to bring in a simple calculator and no cell phones out during class. Please don t bring food or uncovered beverages into the classroom. Respect your fellow students and Instructor. Participate and act interested in the subject which will create a better learning environment for everyone. CLASS PARTICIPATION & IN CLASS ACTIVITIES: To obtain full class participation points, you need to be on time for class and be awake enough to interact. This is an early morning class, so if that is not possible, then please consider another time slot. Other components of class participation include: interacting in class, demonstrating problems on the board or in groups, sharing relevant accounting stories from your employment and bringing old-fashioned by hand homework into the class. You will be glad you were required to do by hand homework when you have to create financial statements from scratch in an exam. It is often difficult to prepare financials on a blank sheet of paper when you are used to doing all of the homework on-line and become dropdown-box dependent. Reading logs will be turned in at the start of each class; late logs are not accepted, not even after five minutes, so it pays to be early or at least on time. ACADEMIC INTEGRITY: Any cheating or plagiarism of any kind will absolutely not be tolerated. No exceptions. At the discretion of the instructor, plagiarism and/or cheating will result in either an F for the assignment. In addition, student disciplinary action could result in an F for the course. See Mira Costa College s 2014/2015 Catalogue for further guidelines regarding the school s policy on this topic. CLASS WITHDRAWAL RULES: Students are responsible to complete all necessary paperwork if they decide to withdraw from class. As Instructors we must take strong steps to insure all students are attending and active. Therefore, the Instructor retains complete discretion to process a Withdrawal (Drop) for students without additional notice for any of the following (unless discussed with Instructor and approved in advance) * Failure to input all required information on the Blackboard class web site by the end of the FIRST week of the semester. * Failure to complete any assignment during the first two weeks of the semester * Missing ANY class during the first two weeks * Missing 2 consecutive classes or 2 total classes during the semester * Failure to complete 2 consecutive or 2 total Discussion Boards * Failure to complete 2 consecutive or 2 total Assignments of any type * Failure to complete ANY exam Students are responsible to complete all necessary paperwork if they decide to withdraw from class. D

6 LIBRARY RESOURCES: The Mira Costa College faculty librarians assist students with their research questions, whether academic or personal. Students may obtain assistance from librarians either one-on-one at the reference desk, through class orientations, group workshops, individual appointments, or online. I strongly encourage you to take advantage of library resources. More information regarding the library may be found at their webpage: COLLEGE SUPPORT SERVICES: The Tutoring and Academic Support Center (TASC) ( the Writing Center (WC) ( assist students by providing individual and group tutoring, WC drop-ins, learning communities, self-help materials, and student success workshops. Services are free and available to all students during day and evening hours at all Mira Costa College campuses. Take advantage of these academic support services. For more specific information, please call (760) for TASC and (760) for WC. For Oceanside and San Elijo campuses: At the Writing Center, you can get assistance at any stage of any writing assignment. Whether you re brainstorming ideas, revising what you've written so far, or making a few final edits, they offer thirty-minute, one-to-one, same-day or future appointments. They can even assist you with reading and grammar issues! Their trained writing consultants are good writers and friendly people who enjoy working with students. You can learn more here, where you may make an appointment online: may also call , or stop by the Writing Center, on the first floor of the Hub. For the CLC: At the Writing Center, you can get assistance at any stage of any writing assignment, whether for ESL, GED, or Adult High School. Whether you re brainstorming ideas, revising what you've written so far, or making a few final edits, they offer thirty-minute, oneto-one, same-day or future appointments. Their trained writing consultants are good writers and friendly people who enjoy working with students. Make an appointment by calling , or stop by room 130. PLAGIARISM AND ETHICS POLICY: Each student agrees to the following statements of student behavior: I agree that I, and only I, will be the one completing and submitting class materials (homework, quizzes, exams, written projects, etc.) in my name. I agree that I will not directly copy or plagiarize material from books, publications, the Internet, other students work or any other source. I am familiar with, and I agree not to violate, copyright laws. If small amounts of material from other sources are used as part of any class assignment, I agree to clearly indicate such and properly cite the source. I agree that any projects submitted for this class have been prepared for this class only and have not been, and never will be, submitted for any other class at Mira Costa or any other school. I agree that, unless approved by the instructor, I will not share answers to homework assignments, quizzes, exams or any other course material with fellow classmates. I acknowledge that failure to comply with any of the above statements may result in failure of an assignment, removal from the course, failure in the course, and discipline action deemed appropriate by the instructor in his sole discretion and/or policies and procedures set forth by the Board of Trustees of the Mira Costa Community College District, fully described in the College Catalog.

7 College Policies and Services Verified Disability: A student with a verified disability may be entitled to appropriate academic accommodations. Please contact the instructor and/or the Disabled Student Program and Services Office at (760) or the office of the ADA Coordinator at (760) by the end of the first week of class. Tutoring and Academic Support Services (TASC): TASC offers free tutoring for this, and other courses at the Library and Information HUB. For more information drop by the HUB or call (760) extension Library Resources: For Library services and resources information visit NOTE: Syllabus and attached weekly schedule subject to change at instructor discretion.

8 Weekly Schedule Fall Date Chapter/Topics ONLINE REQUIREMENTS in Aug. 24 Aug. 31 Sept. 14 Sept 21 Chapter 1: Accounting Concepts and Procedures (Introduced) Chapter 1: Accounting Concepts and Procedures (continued) Chapter 2: Debits and Credits: Analyzing and Recording Business Transactions Chapter 3: Beginning the Accounting Cycle Blackboard and MAL (Graded) Due 11AM on Aug. 29 (Practice only to learn how to use MAL) Due 11AM on Sept. 5 Due 11AM on Sept. 19 Due 11AM on Sept. 26 Practice Homework (Not Graded) E1B-1, E1B-2 p. 28 P 1A-3, P1A-4, P1A-5 p. 29 E1B-4, E1B-5 p. 28 P2A-1, P2A2, P2A-3, P2A-4, P2A-5 pp P3A-1, P3A-2, P3A-3 pp Sept. 28 Exam #1: Chapters 1, 2 and 3 N/A N/A Oct. 5 Chapter 4: The Accounting Cycle Continued (adjusting entries) Due 11AM on Oct. 10 P4A-2, P4A-3, P4A-4 pp Oct. 12 Chapter 5: The Accounting Cycle Completed (closing entries) Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Chapter 6: Banking Procedures and Control of Cash Chapter 7 & 8: Calculating Payroll Taxes and Recording Payroll and Payroll Taxes Practice set open in MAL and due by 11PM on Dec. 11, 2015 This is SLO #1 Assessment Due 11AM on Oct. 24 This is SLO #3 Assessment Due 11AM on Nov. 7 This is SLO #2 Assessment P5A-1, P5A-2 pp Begin Practice Set in MAL P6A-1 p. 233 P6A-2, P6A-3, P6A-4 p. 234 P7A-1, P7A-2, P7A-4 pp E8B-4, E8B-8 p. 305 Nov. 2 Exam #2: Chapters 4, 5, and 6 N/A N/A Nov. 9 Chapter 9: Sales and Cash Receipts Due 11AM on Nov. 14 P9A-2, P9A-3, P9A-4 pp Nov. 16 Chapter 10: Purchases and Cash Payments Due 11AM on Nov. 21 E10B-8, E10B-9, E10B-10 pp P10A-5 p. 388 P10B-5 p. 391 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 Chapter 11: Adjusting Entries for a Merchandising Company Chapter 12: Completion of the Accounting Cycle for a Merchandising Company Due 11AM on Nov. 28 E11B-2 p. 427 P11A-1 pp P11B-1 pp Due 11AM on Dec. 5 P12A-1, P12A-2 pp P12B-2 p. 471 Dec. 7 Exam #3: Chapters 9, 10, 11 & 12 N/A N/A Exam Complete practice set Week WEEKLY ONLINE REQUIREMENTS: Discussion Board in Blackboard Try It (chapter 1-3), Online Problems and Online Quizzes in My Accounting Lab (MAL) due 11AM on Saturdays following Monday meetings as noted in schedule Practice Set due 11PM on N/A Friday, December 11, 2015 Register and log in (see instructions attached to syllabus) Practice Set in MAL due 11AM on 12/11 Practice Homework (Not Graded) E = Exercises P = Problems

9 MyLab & Mastering Student Registration Instructions To register for ACCT 101: Practical Accounting--Fall 2015: 1. Go to pearsonmylabandmastering.com. 2. Under Register, click Student. 3. Enter your instructor s course ID: ognibene41709, and click Continue. 4. Sign in with an existing Pearson account or create an account: If you have used a Pearson website (for example, MyITLab, Mastering, MyMathLab, or MyPsychLab), enter your Pearson username and password. Click Sign in. If you do not have a Pearson account, click Create. Write down your new Pearson username and password to help you remember them. 5. Select an option to access your instructor s online course: Use the access code that came with your textbook or that you purchased separately from the bookstore. Buy access using a credit card or PayPal. If available, get 14 days of temporary access. (Look for a link near the bottom of the page.) 6. Click Go To Your Course on the Confirmation page. Under MyLab & Mastering New Design on the left, click ACCT 101: Practical Accounting--Fall 2015 to start your work. Retaking or continuing a course? If you are retaking this course or enrolling in another course with the same book, be sure to use your existing Pearson username and password. You will not need to pay again. To sign in later: 1. Go to pearsonmylabandmastering.com. 2. Click Sign in. 3. Enter your Pearson account username and password. Click Sign in. 4. Under MyLab & Mastering New Design on the left, click: Accounting 101 Fall 2015 to start your work. Additional Information See Students > Get Started on the website for detailed instructions on registering with an access code, credit card, PayPal, or temporary access.

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