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ACCT 201 - Elements of Accounting II
3 Semester Hour Credits

Course Description: This course is a continuation of ACCT 200 with emphasis on partnerships, corporations, and management accounting.

Schedule: Online

Delivery Method: All assignments are completed and submitted online.  Students are not expected to come to campus for this course.

Prerequisite Courses: ACCT 200 – Elements of Accounting I

Instructor: Kara Bowen

Contact Information: Faculty Directory

Textbook: Book Information through the DCB Bookstore.

Fundamental Accounting Principles, 21st Edition
Author(s): Wild, John; Shaw, Ken; Chiappetta, Barbara
ISBN-13:  978-0-07-802558-7

Other Materials:None.

Course Objectives: It is expected that students will be able to:

Work Expectations: Homework assignments, quizzes, and tests, are completed using Connect Accounting online through McGraw Hill.  Discussion questions (writing assignments) are completed on the Moodle site.

 

    Points  
Tests & Quizzes 385   38.5%
Discussion Questions 65   6.5%
Homework 550   55.0%
Total Points 1,000    
       
Extra Credit 110    
    Points  
Biography   10  
Discussion questions 11 @ 5 points each   55  
Homework 11 @ 10 points each   550  
Quizzes 11 @ 10 points each   110  
4 Tests   275  
    1,000  

Grading Standards:
    A=100-90%         B=89-80%            C=79-70%            D=69-60%            F=Below 60%
 

Exams - Policies & Procedures:

The exams are taken online using Connect Accounting.  The exams are timed and must be completed in one sitting.  Exams cannot not be saved and restarted. Students are able to take the test anytime during the testing window displayed in Connect Accounting.  Students may use their textbooks during the exams but not work with others to complete the exam. 
 
During the semester, students will complete four exams covering 11 chapters.  The final test covers the last two chapters of the covered during the semester.   This course will not have a comprehensive final test.

Technology Required: Click here to view our technology required page.
Students must use Connect Accounting for all homework, quizzes, and exams.
 

 
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