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2011 - Summer

Hankamer School of Business (BU)

Accounting (ACC)


ACC 2303
Financial Accounting
2303   Financial Accounting                                                
Prerequisite(s): A minimum grade of C in MIS 1305; or CSI 1430.
   An introduction to corporate financial statements, their preparation, and their use in decision making by persons outside the organization. The course focuses on analyzing business transactions to chart their effects on the results of operations, the cash flows, and the financial position of businesses organized for profit.
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F1Open201N/A16665MTWRF0945AM - 1115AMCASHN 4053Regular
Betsy B. Willis
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 07/06/2011
F2Open293N/A10682MTWRF1130AM - 0100PMCASHN 2053Regular
Becky Jones
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 07/06/2011
F3Cancelled00N/A17934----- 3Regular
STAFF
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 07/06/2011


ACC 2304
Managerial Accounting
2304   Managerial Accounting                                            
Prerequisite(s): A minimum grade of C in ACC 2303.
   An introduction to principles of managerial accounting. Emphasis is given to the development and use of accounting information to support managerial decision-making processes in manufacturing, service, and not-for-profit settings. Topics include managerial concepts and systems, various analyses for decision making, and planning and control.
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F1Open209N/A10686MTWRF0800AM - 0930AMCASHN 2053Regular
Michael Robinson
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 07/06/2011
F2Open202N/A10688MTWRF0945AM - 1115AMCASHN 2053Regular
Michael Robinson
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 07/06/2011


ACC 3302
Financial Acct & Reporting II
3302   Financial Accounting and Reporting II    
Co-requisite(s): ACC 3304 and 3310.                  
Prerequisite(s): ACC 3301 and 3303 with minimum grade of C or better in each course; only open to accounting majors.
   A continuation course to ACC 3301, examining financial accounting considerations of business transactions. Emphasis is placed on understanding the recognition, measurement, and reporting of revenue, earnings per share, deferred taxes, pensions, and leases.
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F1Cancelled00N/A17232----- 3Regular
STAFF
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 07/06/2011
F2Closed0-5N/A17968MTWRF1130AM - 0100PMHSB 1043Regular
Jane Baldwin
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 07/06/2011


ACC 4340
Advanced Accounting
4340   Advanced Accounting                                        
Prerequisite(s): ACC 3302, ACC 3304 and ACC 3310 with a grade of C or better in each course. (Not open to pre-business students.)
   A study of partnership accounting practices and the techniques followed to consolidate the financial statements of parent and subsidiary companies. Attention is also given to the distinctive accounting procedures associated with governmental and not-for-profit accounting.
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F1Open102N/A15787MTWRF0945AM - 1115AMCASHN 1103Regular
Charles W. Stanley
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 07/06/2011
F2Open106N/A15987MTWRF1130AM - 0100PMCASHN 1103Regular
Charles W. Stanley
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 07/06/2011


ACC 4V98
Spec Stud in Accounting
4V98   Special Studies in Accounting                  1 to 6 sem. hrs.                        
Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor; not open to pre-business students.
   Individualized research in accounting. Student's proposals for special study project must be approved by the supervising faculty member. Offered on demand and by consent of the advisor for one to six semester hours. May be repeated several times under different topics.
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F1Closed00N/A17211----- 1 - 6Independent Study
STAFF
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 07/06/2011


ACC 5380
Adv Financial Acc Topics
5380   Advanced Financial Accounting Topics
Prerequisite(s): Admission to MAcc or MTax program; or consent of instructor.
   Business combinations and consolidated financial statements, accounting for partnerships, governmental and not-for-profit accounting, and other topics of contemporary interest.
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F1Closed25-6N/A15816MTWRF0945AM - 1115AMCASHN 1103Regular
Charles W. Stanley
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 07/06/2011
F2Closed28-1N/A15817MTWRF1130AM - 0100PMCASHN 1103Regular
Charles W. Stanley
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 07/06/2011


ACC 2304
Managerial Accounting
2304   Managerial Accounting                                            
Prerequisite(s): A minimum grade of C in ACC 2303.
   An introduction to principles of managerial accounting. Emphasis is given to the development and use of accounting information to support managerial decision-making processes in manufacturing, service, and not-for-profit settings. Topics include managerial concepts and systems, various analyses for decision making, and planning and control.
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S1Open221N/A11320MTWRF0945AM - 1115AMCASHN 2053Regular
Scott M. Bryant
Start Date: 07/07/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011
S2Open222N/A11322MTWRF1130AM - 0100PMCASHN 2053Regular
Scott M. Bryant
Start Date: 07/07/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


ACC 4396
Internship In Accounting-Audit
4396   Internship in Accounting                                    
Prerequisite(s): ACC 3302, 3304 and 3310 with a grade of C or better in each course and consent of director of accounting internships. (Not open to pre-business students).
   Supervised work, full-time, for a minimum of eight consecutive weeks with duties consistent with those of beginning accounting graduates.
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S1Closed0-3N/A12235----- 3Practicum
Anthony L. Herrera
Start Date: 07/07/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


ACC 4396
Internship In Accounting-Tax
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S2Closed0-1N/A17103----- 3Practicum
Anthony L. Herrera
Start Date: 07/07/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


ACC 5330
Auditing & Assurance Services
5330   Seminar in Auditing and Assurance Services                  
Prerequisite(s): Admission to MAcc or MTax program; or consent of instructor.
   A study of auditing and assurance services theories and methodologies through use of case studies, video simulations and reading of current literature. Topical coverage includes emerging issues in auditing, attestation, and assurance services.
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S1Closed300N/A14707MTWRF0945AM - 1115AMCASHN 2063Regular
Bill Thomas
Start Date: 07/07/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


ACC 5365
Adv Individual Taxation
5365   Advanced Individual Taxation                          
Prerequisite(s): Admission to MAcc or MTax program; or consent of instructor.
    In-depth coverage of selected areas of taxation relevant to individuals including the alternative minimum tax system; limitations on losses and deductions; acquisitions; uses and dispositions of interests in property; depreciation methods; characterization and reporting of gains and losses; deferral techniques; and other current topics.
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S1Open282N/A17650MTWRF0800AM - 0930AMCASHN 2053Regular
Tim Thomasson
Start Date: 07/07/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


ACC 5395
Internship in Accounting-Audit
5395   Internship in Accounting                              
Prerequisite(s): Admission to MAcc or MTax program and Consent of Director of Accounting Internships.
   Directed real-world learning experience under the supervision of a practicing accountant. The internship assignment must be approved by the Director of Accounting prior to enrollment.
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S1Closed0-1N/A11977----- 3Practicum
Anthony L. Herrera
Start Date: 07/07/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


ACC 5395
Internship in Accounting-Tax
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S2Closed00N/A17104----- 3Practicum
Anthony L. Herrera
Start Date: 07/07/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


ACC 4396
Internship In Accounting-Audit
4396   Internship in Accounting                                    
Prerequisite(s): ACC 3302, 3304 and 3310 with a grade of C or better in each course and consent of director of accounting internships. (Not open to pre-business students).
   Supervised work, full-time, for a minimum of eight consecutive weeks with duties consistent with those of beginning accounting graduates.
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01Closed0-1N/A18035----- 3Practicum
Anthony L. Herrera
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


ACC 5331
Fraud Examination
5331   Fraud Examination                      
Prerequisite(s): Admission to MAcc or MTax program; or consent of instructor.
   An in-depth study of the nature of financial fraud, its legal elements and criminology, and the methods used to prevent and detect it. Included is exposure to the process by which financial fraud, including computer fraud, is investigated. Litigation techniques, including the giving of expert testimony, are studied. Fraud prevention techniques for business entities are also covered.
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01Open234N/A17649MW0800AM - 0930AMCASHN 2073Regular
Kathy Hurtt
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011
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