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1 CRITICAL INFORMATION! DO NOT SKIP THIS LINK BELOW... BEFORE PROCEEDING TO READ THE UCAP MODULE, YOU ARE EXPECTED TO READ AND ADHERE TO ALL UCAP POLICY INFORMATION CONTAINED ON THIS LINK BELOW CLICK HERE... AC 288/488: International Accounting Course Module Developed on 9/09 by N. Brown Section I. General Information Course Title: International Accounting Course Number: AC 288/488 (3 Credit Hours) Course Location/Class Room: Course Website Address: Course Facilitator: N Brown Office Location: Office Phone: Office Hours: Address: Section II. Course Description The purpose of this course is to provide students with a knowledge base of both the fundamental concepts of international accounting and professional ethics. The primary topics discussed include: worldwide accounting diversity issues; international harmonization and financial reporting standards; comparative statements, foreign currency issues; taxation and auditing; principles of accounting ethics; and code of professional conduct. Section III. Course Objectives The primary goal of this course is to provide students with an opportunity to learn about international financial reporting concepts, methods and procedures from both a theoretical and practical perspective while simultaneously applying the code of professional conduct for accountants. Section IV. Course Materials Required Textbook: International Accounting 2 nd edition Doupnik and Perera ISBN Section V. Teaching and Learning Methods The delivery format for this course consists of traditional face-to-face class sessions combined with online interactive learning sessions. This is commonly referred to as a blended or hybrid approach to teaching and learning. Research studies show that integrating technology into teaching and learning processes enhances student engagement which results in an increase in the effectiveness of these processes. Therefore, students will be required to actively engage in interactive online sessions. These sessions consist of a variety of research or reflective activities that require students to respond to a series of questions and exercises in both an independent and collaborative fashion. Traditional class sessions consist of lecture, small group discussion, individual presentations, team presentations or paired work discussions in order to create an atmosphere that is conducive to multiple learning styles. The course is structured in a seminar format which includes active discussion and engaged participation that focuses on an analysis of reading assignments and research activities. To create a proper balance between theory and application, a variety of assignments will be used to enhance both individual and team learning abilities with an emphasis on real world examples. Section VI. Assignments and Activities In order to address multiple diverse learning styles, each student will be required to complete a variety of assignments and activities to ensure that each student has an opportunity to succeed in

2 learning the course material. Students will be exposed to different types of learning approaches such as individual (independent) work and team work. It is important to note that a variety of research studies have shown that working in collaboration with others improves critical thinking, as well as oral and written communication abilities. In addition, when compared to traditional independent learning, team-based learning empowers students to understand concepts more thoroughly and to retain them for longer extended periods of time. Please note that the course facilitator reserves the right to add or substitute an assignment in any given week if deemed appropriate to reinforce various concepts covered in the reading assignments or if there is a current event that is relevant to the course material. Any additions or revisions will be posted in the announcement section of the course web site, through communication or announced during a class session. This course has three types of primary assignments: individual assignments (IAs), learning team assignments (LTAs), and threaded online discussion questions (TDQs). Points earned on assignments will be based on well written responses, accuracy, substance, relevancy, thoroughness, professionalism and timeliness of submissions. Each type of assignment is explained below. Individual Assignments (IA): The following are the individual assignments for this course: Selected Readings and Home Work Assignments: Students will be required to complete textbook readings and a variety of home work or written assignments which may include problem sets, essay questions or case studies. Some but not all of the home work assignments will be collected for grading purposes. Students may also be required to review lecture notes or outlines, slide presentations, example problems and/or research papers that have been posted to the course web site. Quizzes/Examinations: Students will be required to complete several quizzes/examinations and/or review questions as noted in the grading criteria section of this course module. The format for these assignments will consist of multiple choice questions, problems, and/or essay questions. Current issues: Students may be asked to monitor the news (either from newspapers, magazines or television) to discuss current events that reflect topics discussed in lectures, textbook readings, or threaded discussions. Learning Team Assignment (LTA): An important part of this course is participation in learning teams. Learners are expected to work effectively in diverse groups to complete tasks. Learners are expected to participate as both leaders and followers. Learning teams are responsible for its own group management and issue/conflict resolution. All learning team members will earn the same grade for their collective work. At the end of the course each student may be asked to assess his/her own participation in the learning team, including an assessment of each of the other group members. Information about the team project for this course will be discussed by the course facilitator during one of the class sessions. The primary purpose of the project will be to provide each student with the opportunity to demonstrate their command or understanding of course related concepts and to demonstrate their ability to collaborate with others to achieve a common goal. The team project may include any or all of the following components: research, presentation, critical thinking, problem solving, leadership, collaboration, ethics, diversity, and information or technology literacy. For example, the course facilitator may ask the teams to research a specific accounting concept that was covered in one of the reading assignments (or home work problems) and to prepare a written summary paper and class presentation that summarizes their findings. Students are expected to approach this project-based team assignment with the goal of achieving a level of quality that would be expected in the professional work environment. Threaded Discussion Question (TDQ) Assignments: A "threaded discussion" is an online discussion forum that allows one user to begin a discussion by entering a message that can be read by other users (original post), who can then add their own comments in response to the original message. Other users can then add their responses to these comments. Thus, the

3 discussion is "threaded" as one comment leads to another and another (similar to a continual communication discussion). Unlike chat rooms and other "real-time" interaction forums, online threaded discussions do not require different users to be logged on at the same time. Instead, an individual can enter and contribute to a threaded discussion at any time, responding to a message posted a day or even weeks earlier. Throughout the course, students will have assigned online discussion statements or questions. Similar to home work problem assignments, some but not all of the discussion based activity will be accepted for grading purposes. Questions will be available for students to post their primary posting on or before the next day following a specific face-to-face class session. For example, if the face-to-face class session is on a Tuesday, then the discussion board questions will be posted for review on or before Wednesday, or if the face-to-face class session is on a Wednesday, then the discussion board questions will be posted for review on or before Thursday. Each student is required to answer each question by initiating an original response (called a primary or first posting). Each original post should be approximately 250 words or more and incorporate concepts from lectures, textbooks and supplemental readings which should be highlighted in red and cited at the end of the posting. Throughout the week, prior to the next class session, each student must post at least one secondary response to at least one or more of their classmate's posts for each discussion question with a minimum of 150 words or more. Secondary responses should also incorporate factual concepts and theory from textbook and supplemental readings. Overall, this means that each student will be required to post a minimum of two replies to the discussion board activity to demonstrate engagement in the online activity. The due date for each discussion board activity is included in the course activity schedule. All discussion boards will be locked at the end of each week on the designated due dates so that students can move on to the next week s topic(s) and assignment(s). The course facilitator reserves the right to change a threaded discussion assignment in advance if deemed appropriate to reinforce various concepts covered in the reading assignment or if a current event emerges that is relevant to the course material. Any changes to the assignment will be posted in the announcement section of the course web site, via communication or within the discussion board section. Section VII. Grading Criteria and Components of the Final Grade: Assessment Area Total Points Possible 1. Case Study Analyses (Four) = 20 Points 2. Online Threaded Discussions = 10 Points 3. Professional Ethics Presentation = 20 Points 4. Review quiz = 10 Points 5. Final Examination = 30 Points 6. Professional Participation = 10 Points Grading: The following grade scale will be used to calculate final course grades. A = 93 to 100 Points B+ = 90 to 92 Points B = 86 to 89 Points C+ = 83 to 85 Points C = 76 to 82 Points D+ = 73 to 75 Points D = 70 to 72 Points F = 69 to 0 Points Participation and Attendance: Participation in the online classroom via the discussion board is mandatory. It is advisable for students to log into the course web site on a regular basis (at least three to four times per week) in order to participate in online discussions, to review communication and to review course related announcements or course materials. Due to the accelerated nature of this course, it is important for each student to plan to attend all face-to-face class sessions because class absences may have in impact on your final course grade. For example, if you miss more than one class it may reduce your grade by one grade level. Class attendance and class participation is critical for success in this course. You should the course facilitator in advance if you plan to be absent and you will be responsible for obtaining class notes from another class member. Participation points will be based on preparation for class, engagement in discussions, well-written communications, completion of activities, respectfulness to others, cooperation and collaboration with class mates and overall demonstration of professionalism.

4 Late Assignments: Late assignments will not be accepted for grading purposes. In the case of a medical, personal, or professional emergency, the student must contact the facilitator in advance, via communication within the course web site system, whenever possible and discuss potential approval for late assignment submission due to extreme circumstances. VIII. Other Course Policies Disability Accommodations: Students with documented disabilities are entitled to reasonable accommodations. If you have a documented disability and need accommodations, please notify the Student Success Center as early as possible during the course. If you would like to request testing or other accommodations because of a documented disability, please make an appointment with the course facilitator as soon as possible to discuss your situation and possible needs. Effective and timely communication will allow us to work with Ursuline College s Office of Academic Support and Disabilities Services (Mullen 312, ), if necessary to arrange for appropriate accommodations. Academic Honesty: Plagiarism or cheating of any kind will result in a zero on the assignment and may result in a failing grade for this course. Please refer to the Ursuline College Catalog which includes student policies for information in this area. Technical Emergencies: Students must plan on alternative access to the online course web site/virtual classroom. Not having access to the Internet from home (or work) will not be considered an acceptable excuse for not logging into and participating in class discussions or submitting materials in a timely manner. Students can use computers at a local library, work, friend or family members house, or the campus computer lab. Section IX. Course Schedule of Activities Session One Activities I.On-Line Class (No traditional face-to-face traditional class meeting). II.Discussion Topics: Professional Ethics Upon completion of session one, students will know and be able to: Discuss the relevancy of the professional code of conduct to the accounting profession Describe the ethical standards for preparers of financial statements and financial reports. 1. Reading Assignment: Read the AICPA Code of Professional Ethics. Pick up at UCAP office with section assignment 2. Written Assignment: Prepare a well written, typed document and power point presentation discussing your assigned part of the Code of Professional Ethics. Research and present 3-5 examples of accountants not following the Code. Include in your presentation due in Session 2. In addition, in Angel, read case studies and prepare responses to be discussed in Session 2. Session Two Activities I.In-Class Discussion Topics: AICPA Code of Professional Ethics.. Prior to class: 1. Reading Assignment: AICPA Professional Code of Ethics 2. Written Assignment: Prepare a well written, typed document and power point presentation discussing your assigned part of the Code of Professional Ethics. Research and present 3-5 examples of accountants not following the Code. Include in your presentation due in Session 2. In addition, in Angel, read case studies and prepare responses to be discussed in Session 2. Session Three Activities

5 I.In Class Discussion Session 1. Introduction to International Accounting 2. Worldwide Accounting Diversity 3. International Convergence of Financial Reporting II. Upon completion of Session 3, students will know and be able: 1. Discuss the nature of international accounting 2. Explain the notion of international harmonization of accounting standards 3. Provide evidence of the diversity that exists in accounting internationally 4. Describe the influence that culture is thought to have on financial reporting. 5. Categorize accounting differences internationally and provide examples of each type of difference. 6. Explain the principles-based approach used by the IASB in setting accounting standards. 7. Discuss the IASB s Standards and their presentation in financial statements. Prior to Class: 1. Read chapters 1,2,3 2. Written Assignment: Prepare cases 1-2, 2-1, Problem 3-1 Session Four Activities In-Class Discussion Topics: 1. International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) 2. Comparative Accounting II.. Upon completion of Session 4, students will know and be able 1. Describe the requirements of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) on the recognition and measurement of assets. 2. Explain the difference between IFRS and US GAAP on disclosure issues. 3. Explain the nature of the accounting profession in selected countries. 4. Examine some of the accounting principles and practices used by companies in those countries. III.Assignments: Prior to Class 1. Read Chapters 4 and 5 2. Written assignment: Prepare case 4-2 and 5-1 Session Five Activities I.In-Class Discussion Topics: 1. Foreign Currency Transactions and Hedging Foreign Exchange Risk 2. Translation of Foreign Currency Financial Statements II. Upon completion of Session 5, students will know and be able 1. Provide an overview of the foreign exchange market. 2. Explain how fluctuations in exchange rates give rise to foreign exchange risk. 3. Describe the concepts of cash flow hedges, fair value hedges, and hedge accounting. 4. Describe the conceptual issues involved in translating foreign currency financial statement. 5. Describe the concepts underlying the current rate and temporal methods of translation 6. Discuss hedging of balance sheet exposure. Prior to class 1. Reading Assignment: Read Chapters 6 and 7

6 . 2. Written assignment; Prepare case Cases 6-1, 6-2, 7-1 Session Six Activities I. Online Interactive Session: (Note: No face-to-face traditional class session meeting). Instructions and due dates for completing these assignments will be discussed during the previous class session. 1. Additional Financial Reporting Issues 2. Analysis of Foreign Financial Statements 3. International Taxation II. Upon completion of Session 6, students will know and be able: 1. Explain the concepts underlying two methods of accounting for changing prices (inflation)- general purchasing power accounting and current cost accounting. 2. Describe attempts to account for inflation in different countries. 3. Describe IFRS segment reporting requirements. 4. Discuss reasons to analyze financial statements of foreign companies. 5. Describe potential problems in analyzing foreign financial statements. 6. Provide possible solutions to problems associated with analyzing foreign financial statement. 7. Explain how overlapping tax jurisdictions cause double taxation. 8. Describe some of the benefits provided by tax treaties. 1. Complete Online Review Questions/Quizzes (Focal Point: Chapters 1-7). Review course based communication and the announcement section of the course web site for information related to this assignment. 2. Read chapters 8,9,10 3. Complete Team Assignment Teams and cases will be assigned in Angel.. Review course based communication and the announcement section of the course web site for information related to this assignment. Prepare one Power Point Presentation to summarize team work activity. Send a copy of the file to the course facilitator as an attachment prior to the beginning of the next class session. You are required to name the file as: AC288-Team- Assignment-One-your team name. Session Seven Activities I.In Class Discussion Topics and Team Presentations: 1. International Transfer Pricing 2. Strategic Accounting Issues in Multinational Corporations 3. Comparative International Auditing and Corporate Governance Each team is required to participate in the class presentation. II. Upon completion of Session 7, students will know and be able 1. Explain the importance of transfer pricing in achieving goal congruence in decentralized organizations. 2. Describe governments reaction to the use of discretionary transfer pricing by multinational companies. 3. Explain how the role played by accounting in formulating multinational business strategy 4. Demonstrate an understanding of multinational capital budgeting. 5. Explain the link between auditing and corporate governance in an international context. 6. Explain the steps taken toward international harmonization of auditing standards. Prior to session 1. Complete team assignments 2. Read chapters 11, 12, 13

7 3. Complete cases Exercise Chap11 #10-12, Questions 12-1 to 12-14, exercise 13-2 Session Eight Activities Final Exam

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