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Syllabus for Spring 2013 Distance Education Course
ACCT304 Intermediate Accounting

Instructor: Geoffrey Tickell, PhD, CPA, Professor
Office: 418H Eberly College of Business & Information Technology
Phone: 724-357-2753 (Office)
E-Mail: Geoffrey.Tickell@iup.edu
Office Hours: On-line, or, In my office on Monday & Wednesday 2 to 3pm and Tuesday & Thursday 2 to 4 pm.

Class section: 801
Credits: 3
Prerequisite: Grade of C or higher in ACCT202.

Required Text: Intermediate Accounting by Kieso, Weygandt, and Warfield, 14th Ed, Wiley. ISBN 978118088296 for the binder version packaged with WileyPlus access code available at the IUP Co-op store. Note that you will also use this text and WileyPlus for ACCT 305.

WileyPlus: Learning resources and assessments are located on the WileyPlus website (see www.wileyplus.com). Further instructions as to how to log-in to this site is explained later in this syllabus. As this is an on-line course, it is vital to your success in this course that you make use of the resources on this website from the very first week.

D2L: Other learning resources are located on the ACCT 304 Spring 2013 D2L site. These resources include this Syllabus, WileyPLUS instructions, chapter solutions, PowerPoint slides, and other resources.

CATALOG DESCRIPTION

ACCT304 primarily focuses on financial reporting for asset wealth typically found in business environments. Coverage includes recognition and measurement of such assets as cash, receivables, investments, inventories, plant assets, and intangible assets. Present value concepts in financial reporting are also emphasized.

COURSE CONTENT Chapter 1. Financial Accounting and Accounting Standards Chapter 2. Conceptual Framework Underlying Financial Accounting Chapter 3. The Accounting Information...

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