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1 DePaul University School of Accountancy & MIS Accounting ACC102 Spring Quarter DRAFT as of March 26, 2014 NOTE WELL. The classroom location may change so see the latest information provided by the University. The syllabus is subject to change. Any changes will be noted in class, by , and/or on D2L (Desire 2 Learn). Our Class meets Monday and Wednesday from 1:30-3pm in LC1216 our final exam is June 9 11:45-2pm in the same classroom. Instructor: Mike Marback CPA, MBA, JD Cell is listed on D2L under news. Call or text between 10am-10pm. YOU ARE MY PRIORITY the best method to contact me is by text. Department Phone: Office: Office Suite 6000 DePaul Center Mondays and Wednesdays before and after classes and by appointment Prerequisites: The prerequisite course is ACC 101 Introduction to Accounting I.Students are expected to know and have met any and all DePaul University prerequisites for this course whether mentioned in this syllabus or not. Failure to comply with the prerequisite can result in the automatic failure for the student. Course Objectives: Introduction to Accounting II, a companion and sequel course to Accounting 101, continues to explore basic accounting fundamentals and concepts. The course provides an introduction to managerial accounting and internal reporting. Topics include financial accounting for long-term liabilities, the components of stockholders equity, the statement of cash flows, financial statement analysis, budgeting and variance analysis, job costing for theservice sector and cost analysis for decision-making. Required Text and CENGAGE access: Please consult the bookstore website for the most recent edition ISBN information. Financial and Managerial Accounting, 10t h Edition Needles, Powers and Crosson (Houghton Mifflin) along with CENGAGE access. Cengage is very important. Cengage is a on-line learning tool provided by the author. It has practice test questions and also video tutorials. You will need the access that I provide to you as well as a Cengage password when you purchase the book. You can use your access for 1 year so your access from ACC101 may still work with the access code from this class. A copy of the text is available in the bookstore and may also be available at the Library. Desire 2 Learn Course Website: https://d2l.depaul.edu/ (Text Website ) Desire 2 Learn Course Website: https://d2l.depaul.edu/ For each chapter, there may be course handouts that you must download from D2L, Cengage and/or other websites provided by the instructor. There will also be quizzes and homework problems given in class, by or posted on D2L. These are meant to be note taking tools and you must always bring the appropriate chapter s handout to class. In addition to the handouts, solutions to each chapter s homework problems may be posted. Homework assignments will be posted on D2L. You will put the homework in the D2L dropbox. Teaching Method: This course is lecture and problem-solving oriented. Students are encouraged to ask questions or make comments at any time. Students are required to read assigned chapters before the class lecture and to attempt assigned homework before it is reviewed in class. In order to understand the course material, it is essential that students conscientiously do the homework. Students will be called upon to provide homework solutions. Attendance: Regular class attendance is expected. Student participation during lecture discussions is essential for the successful mastery of material covered in this course. It is the student's responsibility to be aware of all materials covered in class including any updates or changes to the syllabus, dates of exams or other materials even if the student misses the class. Each student should develop a network among other students in the class.

2 Very Important: Determination and discipline are key attributes for success in all your endeavors. I will provide a definite plan of study for you to follow. The plan requires you to practice the materials a little bit each and every day. Just as an athlete must practice the same skill over and over until it becomes routine, you must practice the problems over and over until they are routine. Do not waste your time trying to reinvent the wheel. Learn the proper accounting entries and the practice them over and over. Doing a problem once is not enough. You should do the problem several times. Each time you do it, you will become more efficient because your learning curve will be reduced. Remember in your work, you will do these journal entries several times each and every day. If you practice hard, the exams and quizzes will be easy. If you practice easy, the quizzes and exams will be hard. If you do not work this way and instead try to cram the night before the exams you will not stand a chance. There are no airbags in business nor in this class,those who are not prepared hit the windshield. As one of my professors once told my class I do not give the grades, I only write them down. Remember you are covering materials that eventually will be important to your career. You never know what your promotion will be based on therefore it is advisable to prepare now so that when the opportunity arises you are prepared to take advantage of it. My goal is to be the best teacher you ever had. I am hoping that your goal is to be the best student I ever had. GRADING POLICY: There will be two exams and various written assignments & quizzes given during the quarter. Exams will tentatively be given at the time indicated on the attached course outline. The final grade in the course will be determined as follows: Attendance & Participation 10% Individual In-Class Quizzes 20% Midterm Exam 35% Final Exam 35% All ACC102 classes are required to achieve certain DePaul Passport requirements. You can also find out more about this at depaul.experience. You will also be given other pass/fail projects that also must be completed to pass the class. These will be explained in class and examples posted on D2L. Quizzes: I expect to have a short quiz for you generally each week. The quiz will include the prior week s class as well as the previous materials we studied up to that point. The exact nature of the quiz will be announced in class but it is anticipated that the quiz will be based on the material covered in class and assignments as well as any chapter quizzes provided in class or on-line. You should be able to do well on these if you study daily. Continuous practice of these quizzes will help you to understand the information as well as retain the knowledge. Doing the quizzes assists the students in keeping up to date with the material. At some point, I will stop giving the quizzes. It is imperative that you continue to study each week as if you will receive the quizzes. Exams: Exams may consist of multiple-choice, matching, problem solving, etc. A calculator will be provided to you the day of the exam. There will be no need for cell phones, your own calculator, etc, thus no other programmable device will be allowed in the classroom. Your bags will be placed in the front of the room. If you have to use the bathroom or otherwise leave the exam, you must obtain permission. You can t just get up and leave. If you do not ask for permission, you may receive a zero on the exam. You are not allowed to bring your cell phone or other devices with you. Grades will be assigned according to DePaul University Policy which should follow the following scale: 93 or more A 77to79 C+ 90 to 92 A- 73to76 C 87 to 89 B+ 70to72 C 83 to 86 B 67to69 D+ 80 to 82 B- 60to66 D Below F There are required pass/fail projects that must be completed to pass the class. The date for the midterm exam in the course outline is tentative. The exams will be announced at least one week prior to the exam. The exams will be created to reflect the materials covered in class. While every person in the class will have the same questions, they will be in different sequences. Makeups: Makeup exams are not encouraged but, in the rare instance, where a makeup exam is needed then that student may receive an entirely different exam that may be more difficult that the class examination. Also any made up exams or quizzes most likely will not be graded promptly. Make-ups are limited and require a valid

3 excuse received in advance and approved by me. Valid excuses may include serious medical problems (physician s letter required), the demise of immediate family members, a call to arms, etc. A valid excuse does not include forgetting the date of the exam, waking up late, fatigue, incarceration, prior personal plans, sickness of pets or other relatives, or defective transportation. Leaving a message on my voice mail/ does not constitute me granting permission. Academic Integrity: Students are expected to conduct themselves in this course in a manner consistent with the University s standards of academic honesty. Any student found cheating on an assignment or an exam my result in the failure of the assignment, failure of the course, and/or additional disciplinary actions including dismissal. The DePaul Student Handbook details the academic integrity policy. There have been many successful people who will always be remembered for a breach of integrity. There is a line between what is right and what is wrong. As Warren Buffet says Do not even get close to the line. Integrity keeps others from questioning your success. SCA Code of Conduct: In order to address specific issues that ACC and MIS want to emphasize, the School of Accountancy (ACC) and Management Information Systems (MIS) faculty has prepared the ACC and MIS Student Code of Conduct. Students enrolled in any ACC or MIS course are expected to abide by the School of ACC & MIS Code of Conduct. The link to the SOA Code of Conduct is Conduct/doc Drop Policy: In accordance with university regulations, the last day to withdraw from a course with 100% tuition reimbursement is. The final day to withdraw from a course is. (Student will complete these dates based on current University information ). Non-Contractual Nature of Syllabus This syllabus merely presents the course outline. It is not a binding contract between the professor and the student. The professor reserves the right to make adjustments to the course schedule, grade distribution and assignments. VERY IMPORTANT -Dates are Tentative for topics, midterm and assignments. I will provide fill-in-the blanks outlines in the beginning of the course to help you the outlines will be available on the website so bring them to class. For each chapter KNOW the homework problems and quizzes provided in class or on Desire 2 Learn. When reading the chapters, it is best to be proactive and to work the examples along with the author. HOMEWORK Developing a basic accounting proficiency is a major objective of this course. The homework assignments have been selected to assist you in the achievement of this objective. The assignments and examinations will draw on the skills and abilities you develop in the process of solving these exercises and problems. The more you practice, the better you will perform on the examinations. You should do the problems over and over again including quizzes. Also, as you are reading the chapter, you should work out the example problems with the author. Then you should consider how variations in the problem would affect the outcome. The answers might be for the entire chapter not just our homework questions. Use the answers on the Website do NOT waste a lot of time trying to invent your own accounting entries. But make sure you repeatedly do the question CORRECTLY. Homework assignments may be changed. A copy of your homework may be requested to be deposited in the D2L drop box to ensure that students are completing the assignments. The homework will not be returned but may be used when considering attendance, participation and effort. ALWAYS do the practice quizzes for each chapter. Note because of the nature of the class, we will be discussing and covering issues in more than one chapter including all past chapters. Note This class covers a lot of difficult material. It is essential to keep up on the materials. Generally, the final is much more difficult than the midterm so do not get complacent if you do well on the midterm. USEFUL WEB SITES American Accounting Association (AAA) Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) CPA Exam Update Note: Dates for lecture topics and homework assignments are tentative and may be changed.

4 I will provide a detailed outline of chapters and homework on D2L. But we will cover the following: Book = 10th Ed. Lined out materials are not covered. Quizzes will be weekly on all prior chapter material. Preread the chapters. Homework details will be listed on either D2L or Cengage Website. I will give you an access code. You must meet "DePaul passport" requirements to pass this class. MIDTERM CHAPTERS Week 1 C12 and C10 Chap 12 Stockholders' Equity objectives 1-6; part of 7 required; 8 is NOT covered. LO1 Define the corporate form of business and its characteristics. LO2 Identify the components of stockholders' equity and their characteristics. LO3 Account for the issuance of stock for cash and other assets. LO4 Account for treasury stock (Acquisition of treasury stock only) LO5 Account for cash dividends. LO6 Account for stock dividends and stock splits. LO7 Describe the statement of stockholders' equity, and compute book value per share. LO8 Calculate dividend yield and return on equity, and define stock options. Chapter 10 Current Liabilities and Fair Value Accounting ONLY Objectives 4 & 5 required; Present Value LO4 Identify the valuation approaches to fair value accounting, and define the time value of money and interest and apply them to present values. LO5 Apply the present value concept to simple valuation situations. Make sure that you can Log onto Cengage Submit Evidence of DePaul Experience Registration by end of the first week put it in D2L project dropbox. Chapter 11 Long-Term Liabilities BONDS Only objectives 1-5 required; 6-9 not covered. 1. Explain the concepts underlying long-term liabilities, and identify the types of long-term liabilities. (Explain the basic features of mortgages payable, long-term leases, and pensions and other post-retirement benefits as long-term liabilities.) 2. Describe the features of a bond issue and the major characteristics of bonds. 3. Record bonds issued at face value and at a discount or premium. 4. Use present values to determine the value of bonds. 5. Amortize bond discounts and bond premiums using the straight-line and effective interest methods. 6-9 not covered. 13 The Statement of Cash Flows objectives required 1. Describe the principal purposes and concepts underlying the statement of cash flows, identify its components and format. 2. Use the indirect method to determine cash flows from operating activities. 3. Determine cash flows from investing activities. 4. Determine cash flows from financing activities 5. Analyze the statement of cash flows. Complete C3Mp Passport Project or other project and place it in the D2L dropbox 14 Financial Statement Analysis objectives required; 4 NOT covered. 1. Describe the concepts, standards of comparison, and sources of information used in measuring financial performance. 2. Apply horizontal analysis, trend analysis, vertical analysis, and ratio analysis to financial statements. 3. Apply financial ratio analysis in a comprehensive evaluation of a company s financial performance Know your ratios - is it improving or weakening, what does it measuring and the change indicate and how is it affected by changes in accounting methods. Class example of how the calculation of the year-end inventory amount using a different inventory method could result in different financial statement results. Understand how these results translate into different ratio amounts and the conclusion that might be drawn in financial analysis. Midterm on all the chapters above. Date will be given in class and posted to D2L. Expected to be in the 5 th or 6 th week of class.

5 Begin Chapters for the Final Examination Chapter 15 Managerial Accounting and Cost Concepts objectives 1, 2, 4-7 required; 3 is NOT covered. 1. Distinguish management accounting from financial accounting. 2. Explain how managers recognize costs and how they define product or service unit costs. 3. Describe the flow of costs through a manufacturer's inventory accounts. 4. Compare how service, retail, and manufacturing organizations report costs on their financial statement and how they account for inventories. 5. Compute the unit cost of a product or service. 6. Explain how managerial accounting supports the management process to produce business results. 7. Identify the standards of ethical conduct for management accountants. Chapter 16 Costing Systems: Job Order Costing objectives 1-4 required; 5 is NOT covered. 1. Distinguish between the 2 basic types of product costing systems, and identify the information each provides. 2. Explain the cost flow in a manufacturer's job order costing system. 3. Prepare a job order cost card, and compute a job order's product or service unit cost. 4. Explain cost allocation, and how allocating overhead costs figures into calculating product or service unit costs. Chapter 19 Cost- Volume-Profit Analysis (Break Even) objectives 1 5 required 1. Define cost behavior, and identify variable, fixed, and mixed costs. 2. Separate mixed costs into their variable and fixed components, and prepare a contribution margin income statement. 3. Perform cost-volume-profit (CVP) analysis. 4. Define breakeven point, and use contribution margin to determine a company s breakeven point for multiple products. 5. Discuss how managers use CVP analysis in the management process and how they can project the profitability of products and services. Chapter 20 The Budgeting Process objectives 1 3, 5; part of 4 not covered. 1. Define budgeting and describe how it relates to the concepts of comparability and understandability. 2. Identify the elements of a master budget in different types of organizations and the guidelines for preparing budgets. 3. Prepare the operating budgets that support the financial budgets. We will do one class example of operating and financial budgets relationship 4. Prepare a budgeted income statement, a cash budget, and a budgeted balance sheet. 5. Explain why budgeting is essential to the management process. Chapter 21 Flexible Budgets and Performance Analysis objectives 1( partial coverage), 2 5 required; 4 not covered. 1. Define a performance management and evaluation system and responsibility accounting, and describe the roles they play in performance analysis. 2. Use flexible budgets and variable costing to analyze cost center and profit center performance. 3. Analyze investment centers using return on investment, residual income, and economic value added. 4. Describe how the balance scorecard aligns performance with organization goals. 5. Explain how properly linked performance incentives and measures add value for all stakeholders in performance management and evaluation. Chapter 22 Standard Costing and Variance Analysis Only learning objective 2 2. Compute standard unit costs, and describe the role of flexible budgets in variance analysis to control costs. June 11 Final on all the chapters after the midterm Same classroom from 11:45-2pm

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