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1 DePaul University School of Accountancy Accounting 308 Section :50 to 1:20 pm Strobel Section - Course Syllabus - Winter Quarter, 2015 Professor: Elizabeth A. Murphy, PhD, MBA, CPA Office Location: Room 6073 DePaul Center Address: (See *NOTE below.) Office Phone #: (312) Office Hours: Tuesday & Thursday 11:15-11:40 pm, 1:30-3:30 pm and by appointment *NOTE: PLEASE I do prefer that students post technical questions about course content on the D2L discussion boards (and not technical course content questions) so that all students can see the questions and the feedback. That is much better for student learning. I regularly check my AND discussion boards for questions, including weekends. When leaving a phone message, you are encouraged to leave both home and work phone numbers since I return calls during both the daytime and in the evenings. REQUIRED TEXT & MATERIALS: 2 options are shown below; either option 1 or option 2 is fine. 1. Advanced Financial Accounting (10th edition), by Theodore E. Christensen, David M. Cottrell, & Richard E. Baker; McGraw-Hill Irwin, 2014 (hard copy, loose leaf or ebook are all ok; FYI, loose leaf is not bought back by bookstore) AND Connect Accounting (for above textbook): 2- Semester online Access Card for Advanced Financial Accounting, published by McGraw-Hill (for doing homework online). (Connect Accounting ONLY has the online homework, not the ebook. See below for Connect PLUS Accounting which includes BOTH the online homework AND the ebook.) OR 2. Connect PLUS Accounting (for above textbook): The PLUS version of Connect or Connect PLUS includes BOTH the online homework AND an ebook. Thus, students are not required to have a hard copy of the text; an ebook is OK; however, see NOTE below. NOTE: Students may purchase just the Connect Plus Accounting, which provides an e-book (instead of purchasing a hard copy of the text along with the Connect Plus access card); however, students are expected to have access to the e-book during class, especially when reviewing homework. If students choose the e-book option and do not have a computer to bring to class that allows internet access to the e-book, they are expected to print out the assigned homework pages from the textbook so that they know what information is given in a problem while it is being reviewed in class. ISBN s: Hard Copy of Text: Looseleaf Copy of Text: Connect: Connect Plus: Hard Copy of Text AND Connect Plus: Link to register for Connect and provide access to online homework for our ACC 308 class: (YOU WILL NEED YOUR PURCHASED CONNECT ACCESS CARD CODE TO REGISTER AT THE LINK BELOW FOR YOUR CLASS SECTION. HOWEVER, YOU SHOULD ALSO HAVE TO OPTION TO PURCHASE CONNECT ONLINE PRIOR TO REGISTERING BY USING THIS LINK BELOW. ) OTHER REQUIRED MATERIAL: Use D2L course to access and print handouts, access practice quizzes, use discussion boards for Q&A, and other learning tools. Use of is required to access messages from professor. Students enrolled in this course on Campus Connect are automatically enrolled in the D2L course for this class. However, students must update their account on Campus Connect immediately to reflect their current e- mail address. Updating Campus Connect will automatically update D2L every 12 hours. Students must have their e- mail address on D2L in order to get from your professor and fellow students.

2 ACC 308 Course Syllabus Page 2 HELP WITH TECHNOLOGY:! For McGraw-Hill s Connect Plus Accounting: " Customer Experience Group (CXG) Hours of Operation: Sunday 12pm - 11pm Monday - Thursday 8am - 11pm Friday 8am - 6pm Sat. 10am 4 pm(all times are Central) " Online help at For DePaul s HELP DESK: provides support with D2L or other computer issues for one-on-one assistance by Phone. (M - Th 8am to 8pm, Fri. 8am to 5pm, Sat. 8am to 4pm, Sun. Noon to 4pm.) Online requests can be submitted using the link available at Technology Support Center that is accessed after you login to Campus Connect! For Genius Squad: (in-person help with computer issues) Loop: Lewis Room 1310 (Mon.- Fri. 9 am to 5 pm; Closed Sat & Sun) LPC: Richardson Library 1 st Floor (Mon.-Thurs. 9 am to 10 pm; Fri. 9 am to 9 pm; Sat. noon 6 pm; Sun. noon 6 pm) STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT Effective Fall 2005, the School of ACC & MIS has adopted a Student Code of Conduct. This most up-to-date document is available on D2L. All students enrolled in ACC & MIS courses must be aware of the contents and implications of this document. It is also available on the School of ACC & MIS website at: PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS LINK DOES NOT WORK USING SAFARI ON A MAC, BUT IT DOES WORK WITH FIREFOX ON A MAC: COURSE DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVES The course extends the coverage of financial accounting topics beyond the intermediate level. See attached course outline for a detailed list of the content. The course objectives may be summarized as follows: 1) provide students with technical mastery of relevant standards governing financial accounting practice; 2) provide students with an introduction to state & local government accounting and not-for-profit accounting; 3) expose students to the theoretically underpinnings of current standards, as well as exposure to alternatives to current standards; 4) enhance students' understanding of financial statements prepared in accordance with current standards; 5) consistent with the above objectives, provide students with the necessary background to successfully complete the requirements to become a Certified Public Accountant; 6) provide practice in the use of the personal computer in solving selected advanced financial accounting problems. COURSE PREREQUISITES Students must have successfully completed ACC 305. LEARNING AIDS 1. Connect Accounting allows the opportunity to give students assistance while working homework assignments. 2. I have duplicated the assignments on Connect Plus so students can re-work the homework and see the solutions after the due dates for the assignments. 3. Online textbook information center: Provided for each chapter: (also provided on Connect system) Excel Templates for working homework (TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE FOR DOING HOMEWORK OFFLINE BEFORE ENTERING HOMEWORK SOLUTIONS ONLINE INTO CONNECT) Check Figures for homework Power Point slides Excel files to accompany slides 4. Consolidations projects and solutions from prior quarter are provided on D2L (THESE GIVE YOU COMPREHENSIVE ASSIGNMENTS THAT YOU MUST BE ABLE TO WORK MANUALLY IN ORDER TO BE PREPARED FOR THE MIDTERM EXAM.) 5. Practice quizzes from prior text used are provided on D2L 6. CPA Review videos and quizzes for consolidations, governmental, & not-for-profit accounting are available on D2L.

3 ACC 308 Course Syllabus Page 3 CLASS RECORDINGS & ATTENDANCE I record my voice in class for the sole purpose of allowing students access to the recordings to reinforce classroom learning. Students should NOT make the mistake of assuming that use of the recordings is a substitute for attending class. Students who made that assumption have historically not done well in the course. Class attendance is expected and clearly improves student learning. Students are responsible to figure out what they have missed when absent from class. GRADING POLICY There will be 2 exams in the course: a midterm exam (40%) and a final exam (40%). There will also be 2 types of homework assignments that MUST be done using the Connect Accounting online resource: 1. Homework assigned where students will be given access to online help (Weighted 10% of course grade) a. For each assignment, students must complete homework by the homework deadline AND b. Students who get at least a Connect score of 70% for EACH assignment will be assigned a grade of 1 point for that assignment, which represents a valid attempt at working the homework assignment; for each assignment, students who do not work the assignment by the deadline or who score less than 70% will be given a grade of 0 points for that assignment. 2. For consolidations homework where NO ONLINE HELP is provided, these assignments will be graded using the Connect system score earned by student. (Weighted 10% of course grade for 5 consolidations problems worth 2% each) STRATEGY FOR HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS AND WHEN THEY ARE DUE ON CONNECT: It is important to stay up to date with any accounting course. However, with consolidations, you must understand consolidation accounting at the acquisition date in order to understand consolidation accounting at the first year end after the acquisition date. You also need to understand a 100% acquisition in order to understand an acquisition of less than 100% of a target company. Finally, you need to understand all of these consolidation approaches to fully understand intercompany transactions. I have structured the consolidations homework into two tiers to help address the need for this cumulative learning: The assignments, where students are required to get a grade of 70% on Connect for EACH assignment to get full credit for grading purposes, are intended to be learning exercises for students; students are given feedback while working these assignments online and can take them more than once. (The final grade earned prior to the due date is what is considered for grading, and students can view their own grades on the Connect system so they know where they stand.) These learning assignments are due at the end of the week when the students should have read the text and viewed the online videos and handouts. The assignments where the score earned on Connect counts and feedback is NOT provided while working the assignments online are intended to simulate an exam. Ideally, you should be able to work these assignments without using any resources; the online resources will not be available, and you should avoid using your text and notes (even though that is not a formal requirement). These assignments are due within 5 days of the learning homework due dates mentioned above. However, you are welcome to do these assignments early (right after you ve finished doing the learning assignments). For the topics other than consolidations after the midterm, there will only be one set of homework for each topic (where students must earn 70% on the homework to get full credit. Summary of Grading: Component Percent of Course Grade 70% Homework on Connect with Online Help Provided* (For EACH 10% assignment, must complete assignment by deadline AND earn at least 70% of the assigned Connect points to get FULL credit; otherwise, 0 credit given. See #1 above for more detailed explanation.) Selected Consolidations Assignments on Connect with NO Online Help Provided (5 assignments worth 2% each)* 10% Midterm Exam 40% Final Exam 40% Total 100% *Assignments MUST be completed using online McGraw-Hill Connect Accounting system.

4 ACC 308 Course Syllabus Page 4 Course grades will be assigned as follows: A = 90% to 100% of Weighted Course Points A- = 87% to 89% of Weighted Course Points B+ = 83% to 86% of Weighted Course Points B = 80% to 82% of Weighted Course Points B- = 77% to 79% of Weighted Course Points C+ = 73% to 76% of Weighted Course Points C = 70% to 72% of Weighted Course Points C- = 67% to 69% of Weighted Course Points D+ = 63% to 66% of Weighted Course Points D = 60% to 62% of Weighted Course Points F < 60% of Weighted Course Points Template for Determining Weighted Course Points: Component Score Earned X Weighting = Maximum Weighted Course Points Homework Attempted Percent Earned on Assigned Homework ( 70% HW) X 10% = 10 Homework Connect Graded Percent Earned on Connect (for each of 5 problems) X 2% = 10 Midterm Exam Percent Earned X 40% = 40 Final Exam Percent Earned X 40% = 40 Total Weighted Course Points (maximum possible) 100 ACADEMIC INTEGRITY: Academic integrity entails absolute honesty in one s intellectual efforts. The DePaul Student Handbook details the facets and ramifications of academic integrity violations, but you should be especially aware of the policies on cheating and plagiarism. Cheating is any action that violates University norms or an instructor s guidelines for the preparation and submission of assignments. Such actions may include using or providing unauthorized assistance or materials on course assignments, or possessing unauthorized materials during an examination. Plagiarism involves the representation of another s work as your own, for example: (a) submitting as one s own any material that is copied from published or unpublished sources such as the Internet, print, computer files, audio disks, video programs or musical scores without proper acknowledgement that it is someone else s; (b) paraphrasing another s views, opinions or insights without proper acknowledgement or copying of any source in whole or in part with only minor changes in wording or syntax even with acknowledgement; (c) submitting as one s own work a report, examination, paper, computer file, lab report or other assignment which has been prepared by someone else. If you are unsure about what constitutes unauthorized help on an exam or assignment, or what information requires citation and/or attribution, please ask your instructor. Work done for this course must adhere to the University Academic Integrity Policy, which you can review in the Student Handbook or by visiting: CHEATING ALSO INCLUDES LOOKING AT ANOTHER STUDENT S EXAM DURING THE TEST; THUS, STUDENTS MUST KEEP THEIR EYES ON THEIR OWN EXAMS. ANYONE WHO IS FOUND LOOKING AT ANOTHER STUDENT S EXAM WILL BE CONSIDERED AS CHEATING ON EXAMS. Academic dishonesty on a quiz or exam or written assignment will result in a failing grade for the entire course. PLEASE NOTE: Use of cell phones or other electronic communication devices during any quiz or exam is strictly prohibited. Students must use departmental calculators for all exams. All academic integrity issues will immediately be referred to the Academic Integrity Board for disciplinary action.

5 ACC 308 Course Syllabus Page 5 MAKE-UP EXAM POLICY* Midterm: No make-up will be offered. Anyone with a valid excuse* who gets permission from the professor BEFORE the scheduled time for the midterm exam will take a COMPREHENSIVE final exam which will represent the points in the course assigned to both the midterm and final exam. This comprehensive exam will NOT be curved and will require considerably more exam-taking time in order to provide adequate coverage of the midterm material. Final: Anyone with a valid excuse who gets permission* from the professor BEFORE the final exam AND WHO IS ALSO PASSING THE COURSE BASED ON GRADES TO DATE will receive a grade of "Incomplete" and take a make-up final exam at the time scheduled by the College of Business. This is usually the second or third week of the following quarter. Given the extra time available for preparation, fairness dictates that the make-up final exam be SIGNIFICANTLY more difficult than the regularly scheduled final exam. * All requests to take exams at times other than those scheduled for their class must be discussed with the professor prior to taking the exam. That discussion must be followed up with documentation needed and an request being sent to the professor; the request for the exam change and the reason for the request must be included in the . The request will be followed by an confirmation from the professor. All of these steps must be completed for a make-up exam to be considered approved, and all of these steps must be completed PRIOR to the scheduled final exam date shown on the course syllabus for the entire class. EXAMINATIONS The midterm and final exams will consist of multiple choice questions and/or multi-part problems involving computations and/or short essays. The professor's objective when testing is to focus on material emphasized and discussed in class, included in-class handouts, included in consolidations projects, and/or included in homework assignments. The professor reserves the right to assign small projects that can serve as substitutes for either a problem or the short essays on the exams; these projects would focus on either written or oral communication skills. The midterm exam will cover only consolidations material; the final exam covers the rest of the material on the course syllabus. DESIRE TO LEARN (D2L) (D2L.depaul.edu) DePaul had adopted Desire to Learn s course management software located at d2l.depaul.edu. This course management software permits students to access course handouts, course assignments, and homework solutions. In addition, there is a wide variety of communication vehicles offered. Students need D2L immediately to get access to handouts that students are required to print. Students enrolled in this course on Campus Connect are automatically enrolled in the D2L course for this class. However, students must update their account on Campus Connect immediately to reflect their current address. Updating Campus Connect will automatically update D2L every 12 hours. Students must have their address on D2L in order to get from your professor and fellow students. AS PREVIOUSLY STATED ON THIS SYLLABUS, QUESTIONS ON TECHNICAL COURSE CONTENT SHOULD BE POSTED ON THE D2L DISCUSSION BOARDS, NOT ED, SO THAT ALL STUDENTS SEE THE QUESTIONS POSED AND THE RESPONSES PROVIDED BY OTHER STUDENTS OR ME. I SUBSCRIBE TO ALL OF THE DISCUSSION BOARDS SO THAT I RECEIVE AN AS SOON AS A MESSAGE IS POSTED TO THE DISCUSSION BOARDS. I RESPOND TO THOSE MESSAGES ON THE DISCUSSION BOARDS AS SOON AS I CAN AND TYPICALLY WITHIN 24 HOURS.

6 ACC 308 COURSE CONTENT Page 6 NOTE: Assignments and due dates may be changed by the professor during the quarter. Lecture Date(s) Ch READING HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS Due on Connect by 11 am on: ACQUISITION DATE: WHOLLY OWNED: WORK PROJ 1 1/6 & 1/8/15 1 Intercorporate Acquisitions & Investments in Other Entities pages 1 to 23 Exer. 2, 3 Tu 1/13/15 Prob. 30 Tu 1/13/15 2 Reporting Intercorporate Investments & Consolidation of Wholly Owned Subsidiaries with No Differential ONLY pages 60 to 67, 75 (Consolidation at Acquisition Date & Optional Accumulated Deprec. Elimination Entry) Exer. 14, 15 Tu 1/13/15 4 Consolidation of Wholly Owned Subsidiaries Acquired at More than Book Value LO2 pages 156 to 166 Exer. 12, 15, 17 Tu 1/13/15 CONNECT GRADE WITHOUT HELP: Exer. 13 Th 1/15/15 Prob. None POST-ACQUISITION: WHOLLY OWNED: WORK PROJ 2 1/13 & 1/15 1/20 & 1/22/15 2 Reporting Intercorporate Investments & Consolidation of Wholly Owned Subsidiaries with No Differential ONLY PAGES 47 TO 60 (LO1 TO LO5) PAGES 68 TO 77 (Consolidation Subsequent to Acquisition) Exer. 3 Tu 1/20/15 Prob. 23 Tu 1/20/15 4 Consolidation of Wholly Owned Subsidiaries Acquired at More than Book Value LO1 pages 149 to 155, LO5 pages 166 to 174 Exer. 4, 8, 9 Tu 1/20/15 Prob. 33 Tu 1/20/15 CONNECT GRADE WITHOUT HELP: Exer. 22 Th 1/22/15 LESS THAN WHOLLY OWNED: WORK PROJ 3 4 LO6: page 175 (interco. receivable/payable) none 3 The Reporting Entity & Consolidation of Less-than-Wholly-Owned Subsidiaries with No Differential: Pages 102 to 119 (LO1 to LO5), Special-Purpose & Variable Interest Entities: Pages 120 to 123 (LO7) Exer. 1, 3, 5, 7, 14 Tu 1/27/15 Prob. 30, 34 Tu 1/27/15 5 Consolidation of Less-Than-Wholly-Owned Subsidiaries Acquired at More than Book Value: LO1 to LO3 pages 202 to 215; Appendix 5A: Pages 221 to 223 Exer. 2, 3, 6, 11, 18 Tu 1/27/15 Prob. 38A Tu 1/27/15 CONNECT GRADE WITHOUT HELP: Prob 32 Th 1/29/15

7 1/27 & 1/29/15 2/10 & 2/12/15 2/17 & 2/19/15 2/19 & 2/24/15 INTERCOMPANY TRANSACTIONS: 4 LO6: page 175 (interco. receivable/payable) 6 Intercompany Inventory Transactions: LO1 to LO5: pp. 249 to 275 Appendix 6A: ONLY Modified Equity Method pp. 276 to 279 **NOT REQUIRED TO DO P6-35A ON CONNECT; HOWEVER, STUDENTS SHOULD DOWNLOAD DR. MURPHY S VERSION OF P6-35A AND WORK IT MANUALLY. NOTHING HAS TO BE TURNED IN TO DR. MURPHY FOR P6-35A. Due on Connect by 11 am on: Exer. 2, 6* Tu 2/3/15 Prob. 28 Tu 2/3/15 Prob. P6-35A** See** (also see Ch 7 HW due below) WORK PROJ. 4 PARTS 4, 6, & 11 CONNECT GRADE WITHOUT HELP: Exer. 7* Th 2/5/15 *Be sure to combine I/C COGS & COGS to 3 rd Parties when entering answers on Connect for COGS 7 Intercompany Transfers of Services & Exer. 1 Noncurrent Assets (Pages 307 to 347) Tu 2/3/15 WORK PROJ 4, PARTS 3 & 5 CONNECT GRADE WITHOUT HELP: Exer. 10 (a to c only) Th 2/5/15 Midterm Exam: (covering all consolidations chapters) 17 Governmental Entities: Introduction & Exer. 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, General Fund Accounting 9,10, 11 Tu 2/24/15 (Videos also available on D2L) Prob. 14, 15, 16, 18 Tu 2/24/15 18 Governmental Entities: Special Funds & Government-Wide Financial Statements Exer. 1, 2, 3, 4, 11 Th 2/26/15 (Videos also available on D2L) Prob. 13, 17, 23 Th 2/26/15 3/3/15 11 Multinational Accounting: Foreign Currency Transactions & Financial Instruments: LO1 & LO2 ONLY: PAGES Exer. 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 12 Th 3/5/15 3/3/15 12 Multinational Accounting: Issues in Financial Reporting & Translation of Foreign Entity Statements: LO2 to LO4, LO6: PAGES , Exer. 1, 5, 7, 11 Th 3/5/15 3/5/15 13 Segment Reporting: LO1 to LO3: Pages Exer. 1, 2, 7, 8, 11 Th 3/12/ /10/15 19 Not-for-Profit Entities Exer. 2, 5, 7 Th 3/12/15 Prob. 18, 25 Th 3/12/15 Final Exam Covers all nonconsolidations chapters (held in regularly assigned classroom) Tues., March 17, 11:45 am 2:00 pm

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