F14 - Adms 3585a, B, C Course Outline
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School of Administrative Studies Faculty of Liberal & Professional Studies York University Fall 2014 Course Outline – All in class sections AP/ADMS 3585 3.0 Intermediate Accounting I Course Director : Section : Course website: Date/Time: Liona Lai, CA CPA, PH.D A and C Alla Volodina, CA CPA B
Location : Instructor Office Hours: E-Mail Address :
A: Friday 11am to Wednesday 7-10pm 2pm C: Friday 2pm to 5pm ACE 009 ACE 009 Liona Lai: Friday 9:45 am to 10:45am ATK 212; Alla Volodina: by appointment firstname.lastname@example.org
Calendar Description This course, in conjunction with AP/ADMS 3595 3.00, develops thorough knowledge and understanding of generally accepted accounting principles and financial statement analytical skills by examining various technical areas of financial accounting. Prerequisite: AP/ADMS 2500 3.00. Prior to Fall 2009 Prerequisite: AK/ADMS 2500 3.0. Course credit exclusion: AK/ADMS 3585 3.00. Learning Outcomes After completion of the course, apart from mastering the technical knowledge of the revenue and asset side of the financial statements, students should also
1. Understand the importance of ethics in the accounting profession and realize potential conflicts of interest that one may encounter in the profession. 2. Begin to learn how to see the inter-relationship between accounting issues, analyse them, and integrate the findings to draw reasonable conclusions. 3. Begin to learn the basics of case writing and communicate effectively. 4. Understand the importance of teamwork and learn how to develop work plans and resolve conflicts.
Textbook Required Intermediate Accounting, 10th Canadian Edition, Volume 1, By Donald E. Kieso, Jerry J. Weygandt, Terry D. Warfield, Nicola M. Young, Irene M. Wiecek, and Bruce McConomy ISBN: 978-1-118-30084-8 ©2013 Do not use previous editions
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