ACC 301

 

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Instructor: Robert J. Ramsay, CPA, Ph.D.

Sections: 001, 002, 003

Office Phone: 257-3702
Office Location: 355M B&E Building
Home Phone: 268-7718*
Office Hours: By appointment

This course is the first of a two-course financial accounting series, providing in-depth study of the accounting cycle, conceptual framework of financial accounting, valuation of balance sheet accounts, recognition of revenues, matching of expenses, and the reporting of the financial condition, operating results and cash flows of an entity. Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in ACC 201, ACC 208, and ACC 211.

Text:

Required:

Bart P. Hartman, Robert M. Harper, James A Knoblett, and Phillip M. Reckers, Intermediate Accounting, Third Edition, SouthWestern College Publishing company, 2000.

Optional:

Myrtle Clark, Study Guide, Intermediate Accounting, Third Edition, Southwestern College Publishing company, 2001

Hartman, Harper Knoblett, and Reckers, The Student Solution Manual, Intermediate Accounting, Third Edition, SouthWestern College Publishing company.


* Do not call after 9:00 P. M.

 

 

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