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ACC 2010 Winter 2018 Course Outline Page 2 of 7,Course Material. Kieso D J Weygandt T Warfield N Young I Wiecek and B McConomy Intermediate. Accounting 11th Canadian ed vol 1 2016 John Wiley Sons Canada Ltd packaged with. WileyPLUS Registration Code available through the Campus Bookstore. Reference CPA Canada Handbook Accounting see Appendix 2. Class notes solutions to assigned homework sample exams. Available on course website https universityofmanitoba desire2learn com d2l login. Sign in using your University of Manitoba UMnetID, From your Winter 2018 list of courses click on ACC 2010 A01 Intermediate Accounting. Click on Resources then Content, All ACC 2010 course materials including but not limited to the lectures class notes and. examinations are the intellectual property of Wenxia Ge These materials are not to be reproduced or. published in any format without express permission. Conduct of the Course, The course will be conducted principally as a lecture style class with some in class discussion and. activities involving the application of accounting principles The tentative class schedule Appendix 1. lists the topic s to be covered in each class Students are expected to read the related textbook chapter. prior to class, Some textbook problems will be selected for in class discussion and some others will be assigned for.
homework The assigned homework problems are not to be handed in Students are responsible to. complete the homework problems and check their work against solutions on their own the solutions. will be available through the course website Students are also encouraged to use the WileyPLUS. online resources for self study,Allocation of Grades. WileyPLUS Online Assignments See the assignment schedule below 10. Midterm Exam February 17 Saturday 9 am 11 am 40, Final Exam To be scheduled by the Registrar s Office 50. WileyPLUS Online Assignments, Students will complete 10 online assignments each worth 1 mark for a total of 10 marks through the. WileyPLUS associated with the Kieso textbook WileyPLUS registration code in a sealed envelope is. included with new textbooks sold in the bookstore Please follow the document titled WileyPLUS. Registration Guidance on the course website to register for WileyPLUS. Each question in the assignment can be attempted three times before the due date listed below The. percentage grade you receive on each assignment is the mark that you will receive towards your final. grade in the course,ACC 2010 Winter 2018 Course Outline Page 3 of 7. Assignment Due by 11 59 PM on Textbook Covered,1 Sunday January 21 Chapters 2 3.
2 Sunday January 28 Chapter 4,3 Sunday February 11 Chapter 5. 4 Sunday February 18 Chapter 6,5 Sunday February 25 Chapter 7. 6 Sunday March 11 Chapter 8,7 Sunday March 18 Chapter 9. 8 Sunday March 25 Chapter 10,9 Sunday April 1 Chapter 11. 10 Sunday April 8 Chapter 12,Examinations, The midterm examination will test all material covered in chapters 1 7 including assigned.
appendices of the textbook The final examination will test all material covered throughout the entire. course Examinations will test students understanding of the concepts covered in lectures readings. and assigned homework Students will also be tested on their ability to apply these concepts to new. situations, You must bring your student ID card to the exam For any examination in the course each. student will be allowed to bring calculators non programmable and without text storage. capacity erasers pens and pencils No other materials or personal items will be permitted. A grade of zero will be given to a missed midterm examination without a legitimate reason Students. who miss a midterm examination for a legitimate reason medical compassionate academic conflict. or university sports team travel should inform me with suitable documentation within five working. days of the missed examination date to have the weight of the missed midterm added to the final. examination Conflicts with employers do not qualify as legitimate reasons to miss any examination. Any request for remarking the midterm examination must be made within five working days of the. class in which it was returned, Students who miss the final examination must apply to the Undergraduate Program Office in their. faculty for possible deferred examination privileges. Email Communication, Please use your university e mail account to communicate with me Please include ACC 2010 in. the email subject line and give your full name when you write to me. ACC 2010 Winter 2018 Course Outline Page 4 of 7,Appendix 1 Tentative Class Schedule. Changes are possible and will be announced in class. Day Date Topic In Class Assigned Homework,Jan 3 Class is cancelled in lieu of midterm exam.
Ch 1 The Canadian Financial Reporting Environment, 1 Jan 8 Ch 2 Conceptual Framework Underlying Financial TBD. 2 Jan 10 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting Theory. 3 Jan 15 Ch 3 The Accounting Information System and. 4 Jan 17 Measurement Issues Appendix 3B self study. 5 Jan 22 Ch 4 Reporting Financial Performance TBD TBD. 6 Jan 24 Ch 5 Financial Position and Statement of Cash Flows. 7 Jan 29 Appendix 5A self study,8 Jan 31 Ch 6 Revenue Recognition. 9 Feb 5 TBD TBD,10 Feb 7 Appendix 6A Long Term Contracts. 11 Feb 12 Ch 7 Cash and Receivables,12 Feb 14 Appendix 7A Cash Controls. Feb 17 Midterm Exam 9am 11am,Ch 8 Inventory, 13 Feb 26 Appendix 8A The Retail Inventory Method of.
14 Feb 28 Estimating Inventory Cost,Appendix 8B self study. Ch 9 Investments TBD TBD,Ch 10 Property Plant and Equipment Accounting. Model Basics, 18 Mar 14 Appendix 10A Capitalization of Borrowing Costs. Appendix 10B Revaluation The Proportionate Method, Ch 11 Depreciation Impairment and Disposition TBD TBD. 21 Mar 26 Ch 12 Intangible Assets and Goodwill TBD TBD. Ch 5 Statement of Cash Flows TBD TBD,24 Apr 4 Wrap up TBD TBD.
Notes Textbook problems for in class discussion and homework will be assigned throughout the term. This appendix will be updated periodically and posted on the course website. ACC 2010 Winter 2018 Course Outline Page 5 of 7,Appendix 2 The CPA Canada Handbook Accounting. The CPA Canada Handbook Accounting is made up of 5 parts For this course we will only be. studying Part I and Part II Part I is the International Financial Reporting Standards IFRS Part II is. the Accounting Standards for Private Enterprises ASPE Though it is not absolutely necessary to. read the IFRS or ASPE themselves motivated students may find it useful to read directly from the. accounting standards to obtain a better understanding of the application of accounting. The CPA Canada Handbook Accounting is available in electronic format on the University of. Manitoba Libraries website To access the Handbook, 1 From the University of Manitoba homepage www umanitoba ca click on Libraries under. Resources block, 2 Click Databases A Z enter CPA Canada Standards Guidance Collection and click. 3 If you are accessing the Handbook from off campus you will then have to enter your. Library ID and PIN if you do not know your Library ID and or PIN there is a link on this. page that will help you and click on Login, 4 On the Knotia ca page click on CPA Canada Standards and Guidance Collection. 5 The most efficient way to access a particular section in the Handbook is to enter the section. number in the Fetch box and click on Go, The Handbook is accessible on campus or from off campus with an internet connection.
ACC 2010 Winter 2018 Course Outline Page 6 of 7, Appendix 3 AACSB Assurance of Learning Goals and Objectives. The Asper School of Business is proudly accredited by AACSB Accreditation requires a. process of continuous improvement of the School and our students Part of student. improvement is ensuring that students graduate with the knowledge and skills they need to. succeed in their careers To do so the Asper School has set the learning goals and objectives. listed below for the Undergraduate Program The checked goal s and objective s will be. addressed in this course and done so by means of the items listed next to the checkmark. Goals and Course Item s,Objectives Relevant to,Addressed in these Goals. Goals and Objective in the Undergraduate Program this Course and Objectives. 1 Quantitative Reasoning, A Determine which quantitative analysis technique is In class problems. appropriate for solving a specific problem and assigned. B Use the appropriate quantitative method in a In class problems. technically correct way to solve a business problem and assigned. C Analyze quantitative output and arrive at a In class problems. conclusion and assigned,2 Written Communication, A Use correct English grammar and mechanics in their. written work, B Communicate in a coherent and logical manner Written short.
answer questions, C Present ideas in a clear and organized fashion Written short. answer questions,3 Ethical Thinking, A Identify ethical issues in a problem or case situation In class problems. and assigned, B Identify the stakeholders in the situation In class problems. and assigned, C Analyze the consequences of alternatives from an In class problems. ethical standpoint and assigned, D Discuss the ethical implications of the decision In class problems.
and assigned,4 Core Business Knowledge Entire course. ACC 2010 Winter 2018 Course Outline Page 7 of 7,Appendix 4 Academic Integrity. It is critical to the reputation of the I H Asper School of Business and of our degrees that everyone. associated with our faculty behaves with the highest academic integrity As the faculty that helps. create business and government leaders we have a special obligation to ensure that our ethical. standards are beyond reproach Any dishonesty in our academic transactions violates this trust The. University of Manitoba Undergraduate Calendar addresses the issue of academic dishonesty under the. heading Plagiarism and Cheating Specifically acts of academic dishonesty include but are not. limited to, using the exact words of a published or unpublished author without quotation marks and. without referencing the source of these words, duplicating a table graph or diagram in whole or in part without referencing the source. paraphrasing the conceptual framework research design interpretation or any other ideas of. another person whether written or verbal e g personal communications ideas from a verbal. presentation without referencing the source, copying the answers of another student in any test examination or take home assignment.
providing answers to another student in any test examination or take home assignment. taking any unauthorized materials into an examination or term test crib notes. impersonating another student or allowing another person to impersonate oneself for the. purpose of submitting academic work or writing any test or examination. stealing or mutilating library materials, accessing tests prior to the time and date of the sitting. changing name or answer s on a test after that test has been graded and returned. submitting the same paper or portions thereof for more than one assignment without. discussions with the instructors involved,Group Projects and Group Work. Many courses in the I H Asper School of Business require group projects Students should be aware. that group projects are subject to the same rules regarding academic dishonesty Because of the. unique nature of group projects all group members should exercise special care to insure that the. group project does not violate the policy on Academic Integrity Should a violation occur group. members are jointly accountable unless the violation can be attributed to a specific individual s. Some courses while not requiring group projects encourage students to work together in groups or at. least do not prohibit it before submitting individual assignments Students are encouraged to discuss. this issue as it relates to academic integrity with their instructor to avoid violating this policy. In the I H Asper School of Business all suspected cases of academic dishonesty are passed to the. Dean s office in order to ensure consistency of treatment. ACC 2010 A01 Intermediate Accounting Assets Course Outline Winter 2018 Monday Wednesday 10 00 am 11 15 am 107 Drake Instructor Email Phone Office Office hours Wenxia Ge PhD CPA CGA wenxia ge umanitoba ca 204 474 9331 402 Drake Centre By appointment extra office hours will be announced on the course website Course Description ACC 2010 is the first of a two part series in

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