1 Anderson Schools of Management Accounting Department Revised 1/7/2014 COURSE SYLLABUS Check LMS for most current! MGT 490/594 CPA Exam Preparation MGMT 490-CRN 49693/ MGMT 594-CRN Instructor Information Coordinator: Norman H. Colter, MBA,CPA Phone: Office: GSM 307 Office Hours: M,T, 1:00-3:00 pm; and by appointment. Course Description This course is an intense review for the Uniform CPA Exam. Students will use Wiley CPAexcel to prepare for the following sections of the exam: Auditing & Attestation, Business Environments & Concepts, Financial Accounting & Reporting, and Regulation. Also, students will receive guidance on applying and preparing for the Uniform CPA Exam. Learning Goals and Objectives Upon completion of this course, you should 1. Be knowledgeable about the application process to take the Uniform CPA Exam. 2. Prepare a Personal Exam Plan (PEP). 3. Be prepared to take the Uniform CPA Exam. 4. Understand the process to become a licensed CPA in the state of New Mexico. 5. Understand the state of New Mexico requirements to maintain your CPA license. Online Materials Required Materials: Student will need to purchase Wiley CPAexcel for this course. The cost of the review materials is $1,300. Please note this cost is in addition to tuition requirements. In order to receive a discount on the price, you are required to purchase Wiley CPAexcel from the following website: Attention: UNM Students must order from this page or call to receive the UNM preferred price.
2 Other Resources UNM s learning management system (UNM Learn) will be used to record your exam scores. In addition, all announcements concerning the class will be made on UNM Learn. Please check periodically to keep posted on updates about the course. Instructor Expectations Students will be required to be self-motivated in order to keep up with level of work required for this class. It is extremely important that students follow their PEP in order to remain on schedule. I will be here to assist you. Course Expectations All announcements/changes/due dates will be posted on UNM Learn (either in the Announcements or Calendar areas, or both): It is the student s responsibility to check for communications and changes to the course. Exams: Three coordinated online exams will be given. They will be multiple choice questions and based on the material that student is currently studying. For example, a student studying Audit and Attestation will only be given an exam based on that material. Specific exam dates will be announced on UNM Learn. If you cannot take the exam due to a valid and verifiable excuse on the scheduled date, you will need to set up a time to take a make-up exam with the coordinator. Homework: Please complete all assignments per your PEP. Computer Requirements Students will need access to the internet. Technical Support Support may be contacted through or phone: (North America) (International) Our hours are Mon-Fri 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. & Sat 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Eastern Time If ing, please include a description of the problem, relevant error messages, and any steps already taken to fix the issue. If you are having technical problems with the UNM Learn, you can contact free technical support through one of the following ways: Phone: (505) , option 2 2
3 Web: Learn Help for Students: You must have a UNM Net ID to access UNM Learn. More information on obtaining one can be found at https://netid.unm.edu/ Any course content related questions should be directed to the instructor. Please refer to instructor contact information from above. Course Policies Academic Integrity: Anderson School of Management faculty, staff, and students commit to values of trust, honesty, and accountability. We will not tolerate academic dishonesty. Cheating is expressly forbidden. Cheating includes copying from the homework, quizzes, exams or files of other students, copying from the solutions manual and turning the result in for credit, use of unauthorized material during exams (we and the proctors watch carefully for this), allowing others to complete homework or quizzes for you, or any other form of academic dishonesty. It also includes failing to report or allowing other students to cheat, and marking absent students as present if roll is taken. Any violation of the Anderson Academic Honesty Code of Conduct or the Student Code of Conduct will be taken very seriously and appropriate sanctions will be applied. Please refer to ASM Academic Honesty Code, the Catalog, UNM Catalog at 46, and the UNM Pathfinder (Policy on Academic Dishonesty) for additional information - Cheating may result in an F for the entire course. Access to Education: Qualified students with disabilities needing appropriate academic adjustments should contact the instructor as soon as possible, preferably in the first week of class to ensure your needs are met in a timely manner. For information on assistive technology available for student use and additional information on services available through the Accessibility Resource Center. Audit: A student may register for a course as an auditor, if permission of the instructor is obtained. A student has the first four weeks of the semester to change a course to audit status. No changes in audit status will be processed after the fourth week of class. Students are charged the normal tuition rate for auditing a course. Challenges to the Grading: Must be made by within one week from when the exam was given. For exams, the one week begins to run when the exam given online and graded. Please indicate in your what you are challenging about the exam and submit to me. Copyright: All materials in this course fall under copyright laws and should not be downloaded, distributed, or used by students for any purposes outside of this course. Discussion: Studying or discussing course assignments and materials with other class members, is highly encouraged. Your exams must be your own work, however. Incompletes, Drops, and Withdrawals: I will give an incomplete only under extreme circumstances when due to circumstances beyond the student s control a small amount of work remains. An incomplete is not a means by which to retake the course. If you are running into problems with the course, please contact me as early as possible so you do not fall behind. If you need to withdraw from school or drop the course, please do it in a timely manner and notify me via . It is the student s responsibility to initiate drops or withdrawals from this class and to make sure they are properly processed. I will issue a W for all withdrawals, noting the last attend date. This course falls under all UNM policies for the last day to drop courses, etc. Please see the UNM academic calendar for course dates, the last day to drop courses without penalty, and for financial disenrollment dates. 3
4 Privacy and LMS Tracking Notice: The LMS automatically record all students activities, including your first and last access to the course, the tools and content you have accessed, including quiz activity. This data may be accessed by the instructor or by UNM consultants. Assessment and Grading Grades will be based on total points earned (out of 1000 possible) in the course. The components of your grade will be as follows: 3 midterm exams (all exams 100 points) 300 Orientation 50 % Completion of Wiley CPA Review (max of 650 points) 650 Total possible points 1000 Example: Student earns the following: Ex points Ex points Ex points Orientation 50 points Completes 94% of Wiley CPAexcel- (.94*650) =611 points Total Points=961 points The grading scale will be as follows: Grade % of total Break A A A B B B C C D F Please Note: Mgt. 490 Students-Your class grade will be based on one exam section (i.e., FAR) that you select. You will be expected to complete the remaining sections of the Uniform CPA Exam based on your PEP. Mgt. 594 Students-Your class grade will be based on one exam section (i.e., Regulation) that you select. In addition, you will need to show proof (NTT) that you have scheduled to take a second part of the Uniform CPA exam during the spring semester or summer of You will be expected to complete the remaining sections of the Uniform CPA Exam based on your PEP. 4
5 Course Evaluation You will be provided a course evaluation at the end of the semester. This evaluation is anonymous and the results will not be shared with the instructor until the beginning of the next semester. Schedule Please follow your PEP to complete all assignments in your preparation for the Uniform CPA Exam. 5
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