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1 The University of North Carolina at Greensboro Bryan School of Business and Economics Accounting 450 Accounting, Ethics, and International Business Fall 2013 Dr. Bill Harden, Ph.D., CPA, ChFC Office Hours: Office: 384 Bryan Bldg. MW 12:30 2:00 Phone: or by appointment Required: McPhail, Ken and Diane Walters. Accounting and Business Ethics: An Introduction. Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, Classical readings per the schedule below Recommended: Tarabian, Kate L. A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, 7 th Edition: Chicago Style for Students and Researchers. University of Chicago Press, Objectives and Overview: This course has three broad objectives. First, students will be encouraged to develop intellectually credible ways of understanding the relation between accounting and ethics. Second, students will have the opportunity to work in a way that will enhance their ability to write and speak. (This course carries a WI marker.) Third, students will gain a basic knowledge of accounting in an international context and apply ethical concepts in the context of international business.. Specifically, the student will: 1. Students will increase their understanding of the relation between accounting and ethics. 2. Students will improve their ability to communicate effectively using written English (WI Marker). 3. Students will improve their ability to communicate orally using spoken English. 4. Students will be able to recognize and write in genres appropriate to the accounting and finance disciplines.

2 2 5. Students will be able to use informal and formal approaches to writing and multiple drafts to deepen their mastery of ethics as applied to accounting and finance. These objectives will be accomplished through: 1. Completion of 5 written essays in issues related to the course. 2. Participation in class discussions and presentations. 3. Reading classical works of western ethical and political thought from ancient Greece to the post-colonial period that underlie the American economic and accounting environment. 4. Present one of the course topics as a member of a team. In order to understand the relation between accounting and ethics, one must have an understanding of philosophical ethics and the ability to apply this understanding to the conditions of accounting as it exists in practice in international business. Also, accounting practice has developed based on the political and economic environment in which it exists. Therefore we will endeavor to develop our understanding of philosophical ethics, the political economy, and accounting. We will also endeavor to improve our ability to communicate our thoughts about these ideas. Policies: 1. Attendance will be taken at the beginning of each class and will count as part of your participation grade. 2. This is a seminar class, therefore attendance is crucial. I reserve the right to drop students after two unexcused absences. Also, beginning with the FIRST unexcused absence, any unexcused absences will result in your final average being reduced by 2 points for each unexcused absence. If you must miss a class, you may turn in the assignment early. 3. Students are expected to take the exams as scheduled. If you have an emergency, you must notify me before the exam, and only university excused absences will be accepted. You will be expected to provide verification of the emergency before a make-up will be scheduled. 4. IF YOUR CELL PHONE GOES OFF DURING AN EXAM YOUR PAPER WILL BE COLLECTED AT THAT POINT AND YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED ADDITIONAL TIME TO COMPLETE YOUR EXAM. 5. Late work will not be accepted. 6. The complete Bryan School faculty and student guidelines can be referenced

3 3 at: Grading: Midterm Exam 15% Final Exam 15% 5 essays at 10% each 50% Presentation 10% Class Discussions/Participation 10% Total 100% *Less 2% for each unexcused absence % A % A 92-90% A B % B 82-80% B % C C 72-70% C % D % D 62-60% D- Below 60% F Written assignments The written assignments will consist of 5 to 6 page papers on topics to be assigned in class. The assignments must be submitted in two forms. First, the papers must be submitted electronically through SafeAssign in Blackboard. Please see detailed instructions that will be posted in Blackboard. It is YOUR responsibility to ensure that your paper is successfully submitted and that you submit the correct, final version of your paper. No late submissions will be accepted. Any disputes regarding grading must be submitted to me in writing for consideration. Second, the papers must also be submitted in a printed version in class on the date due as well. The purpose of the two submissions is that SafeAssign conducts a plagiarism check while the printed version is for written comments from the professor. All written assignments should be 5 to 6 pages, double spaced, with one-inch margins on all four sides. Quoted and paraphrased materials may not constitute more than 10% of the paper. A separate page for your name and title should be attached in front of your paper. The papers will be graded for both

4 4 content and grammatical structure. Proper referencing should be used in the papers when citing works. Presentations Student teams will each prepare a 25 to 30 minute presentation of one of the class readings. Teams will be assigned by the professor and team size will be determined based on the number of students in the course. Grading of the presentations will be a combination of the professor s evaluation of the presentation, a peer evaluation by other group members and an evaluation by the students in the course observing the presentation. University Policies and Resources Students are expected to abide by the UNCG s Academic Integrity Policy and the Student Code of Conduct: o Student Conduct: o Academic Integrity Policy: o Bryan School Faculty and Student Guidelines document: Student Disabilities - Any request for special accommodations must come through the Office of Disability Services with the appropriate paperwork. Please visit for further information. Students in Distress: UNCG cares about your success as a student. We recognize that students often balance many challenging personal issues and demands. Please take advantage of the University resources designed to help. For assistance accessing these resources, contact the Dean of Students Office at or Student Academic Services at The Counseling and Testing Center is available for mental health assistance, You may also visit me during my office hours. Tentative Schedule: ACC 450 will involve writing papers and class discussions related to the following works in addition to the accounting ethics text. The schedule indicates the timing when we will be covering these works. With regard to the classic works, students should be able to access free kindle editions of many of these materials, and all are available in inexpensive paperback versions for those who prefer a physical book while minimizing costs. Students should feel free to use

5 5 free versions of all of these to keep their costs down if they prefer. All references to a chapter are references to the textbook. Dates Readings/Assignment Aug 19 Chapter 1 Introduction Aug 21 Aug 26 Aristotle, The Nichomachean Ethics Aristotle, The Nichomachean Ethics Aug 28 Chapter 2 Descriptive perspectives on accounting ethics: what factors influence the way accountants respond to ethical dilemmas Sep 4 Sep 9 Aristotle, Politics Plato, The Republic Sep 11 Chapter 3 Normative perspectives on accounting ethics: how should accountants behave? Sep 16 Sep 18 Sep 23 Machiavelli, The Prince More, Utopia Film (TBA) and class discussion Sep 25 Chapter 4 Political moral philosophy and accounting ethics: why should accountants be good? Sep 30 Oct 2 Oct 7 Oct 9 Rousseau, Discourse on Art and Science Midterm Exam Rousseau, Discourse on Origin of Inequality Rousseau, Discourse on Political Economy Oct 16 Chapter 5 Post and new-modern perspectives on accounting ethics: how have accountants become ethical Oct 21 Mill, On Liberty and Utilitarianism

6 6 Oct 23 Marx, The Communist Manifesto; Orwell, Animal Farm Oct 28 Chapter 6 The function of accounting and the morality of the market Oct 30 Nov 4 Nov 6 Hume, An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals Kant, Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysics of Morals Nietzsche, On the Genealogy of Morals Nov 11 Chapter 7 The ethics of being a professional accountant Nov 13 Achebe, Things Fall Apart Nov 18 Chapter 8 The ethics of international accounting: harmonization and terrorism Nov 20 Chapter 9 Ethics, intellectual capital and accounting reporting Nov 25 Dec 2 Readings on sustainability, TBA Readings on sustainability, TBA Dec 9 Final Exam, 3:30 6:30 Please be aware that topics may be shifted slightly based on the speed and understanding of the class.

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