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Spring 2014

ACCT 3103: Financial Accounting l

Ref #: 10246
Section: 002

Instructor:
Jesse Ware
E-Mail:
jesse_ware@ymail.com

Course Materials:
Book and Edition: Accounting–24th Edition and CengageNOW Code Author(s): Warren, Reeve Duchac Publisher: South-Western/Cengage Learning ISBN: 10: 0538475005   ISBN:  13: 9780538475006 CentageNOW with eBook Instant Access Code  (ISBN-10: 1111300429 / ISBN-13: 9781111300425)
Comments:  You will not pay the online fee of $100. Instead you will be doing all assignments on the publisher's platform – CengageNOW. You will need to buy your CengageNOW Code from the bookstore or online. The code contains an eBook, but if you need a hard copy of the book you will be able to rent your book from the OPSU Bookstore. You will need to come by the campus or call the bookstore and arrange for them to send you the CengageNOW Code (and the text if you want a hard copy of the book). The eCollege website provides all the links to CengageNOW. The eCollege site also has several links in course home that give you information about how to go through each chapter and how to get started in the course. To log in to this course you will go to http://login.cengage.com/sso/ and create an account using the CengageNOW Code and the course code E-TWQNET3PF8RT7 (this code is case sensitive – so please enter all letters as capital letters).
 
  

Course Description:
Prerequisite course required:  Math 1513 or satisfactory score on placement test.  Financial Accounting I covers concepts related to the processes and principles of accrual accounting and the preparation of financial statements and reports for parties external to the firm.  Students study accounting theories and concepts involved in analyzing and recording financial information for external users.  Students need to understand basic accounting concepts in order to make good personal and business decisions.  This course will fulfill the financial accounting business core requirement to all business majors and provide an introduction to financial concepts for accounting majors.