Loyola College in Maryland
Rice's AC102, Managerial Accounting
Spring 2002 Course Home Page/Syllabus
AC 102.08 (A), TR 3:05 - 4:20, Sellinger Hall 004
Schedule of Classes
Virtual Lectures




OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE:
 
1. To conclude the introduction of various financial accounting topics covered in the course.
2. To introduce students to various managerial accounting topics.
3. To introduce students to computing and accounting for federal income taxes.
4. To teach students to apply accounting theory, standards, principles and procedures to practical accounting problems in the elementary topical areas covered in the course. 5. To teach students the fundamental rationale for the various financial and managerial accounting procedures and techniques in the course.
6. To reinforce the use of the personal computer as a basic accounting tool.
7. To introduce students to the accounting environment through the use of the text, multimedia presentations and the Internet.
8. To require students to more fully develop their critical thinking skills.
9. To make learning accounting both interesting and fun. :-)

NOTE: Your Rice ID# for this class is your SEAT# and SECTION. (e.g., 80C)

 
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COURSE OUTLINE
OVERVIEW OF COURSE APPROACH
CONDUCT OF "ACTUAL" CLASSES
HOMEWORK
INTERNET ASSIGNMENTS
LISTSERV LIST
TESTS AND FINAL EXAMINATION
COURSE GRADING
ACADEMIC INTEGRITY



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