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|Course No. and Title:||
ADM 1213 Financial Accounting
Three (3) credit hours
Accounting is the language of business. Whether you are, or wish to become, an employee, a manager, or an investor, understanding the language of business and being able to use accounting information will be relevant to your career as well as your personal life. This course will help you learn to use accounting information by examining the identification, measurement, recording, and communication of financial information to interested users for decision-making.
On completion of this course, students should be able to:
Barbara Trenholm, Professor Emerita
The topics covered in this course are outlined below:
Students are required to read each of the above chapters, in addition to completing assignments and a quiz on each chapter—all available online on Desire2Learn (D2L), an online course learning management system. A final exam is also available online at the conclusion of the course. Students can complete the course requirements in any order and can set their own schedule within the six-month time limit available to complete the course.
Additional (optional) resources—such as reading tips, tutorials, videos, demonstration problems with solutions, solution walkthroughs, practice tests, and many more learning aids—are available online to assist students in their understanding of the material. At any time, students are encouraged to post questions on the discussion board which your instructor or classmates will respond to.
Financial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision-Making [Loose-Leaf Print Companion with WileyPLUS Code (D2L version)]; Seventh Canadian Edition; Kimmel, Weygandt, Kieso, Trenholm, Irvine, and Burnley; John Wiley and Sons Canada, Ltd.; 2017; ISBN: 9781119372738
WileyPLUS Code (D2L version) to accompany Financial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision-Making; Seventh Canadian Edition; Kimmel, Weygandt, Kieso, Trenholm, Irvine, and Burnley; John Wiley and Sons Canada, Ltd.; 2017; ISBN: 9781118840245
Note: This text is available in different formats (for example, loose-leaf or e-book). Further detail about these, and other, choices is included in the course outline. You must ensure that you purchase the exact ISBN given in the course outline for your chosen format of the text as only these ISBN’s include the WileyPlus code that is required to complete online assignments for this course.
Textbooks can be ordered from the UNB Fredericton Bookstore:
|Assignments & Examinations:||
The grade in this course is based on assignments, quizzes, and a final exam. On average, there are 6 assignments required for each chapter which are anticipated to require 2 hours of time per chapter. The assignments are open book with no time limit. There is a quiz for each chapter, which is open book with a 30-minute time limit. The final exam, which must be invigilated in accordance with regulations, is comprehensive covering the entire course. It is a closed book exam with a 2.5 hour time limit. Please note that a grade of at least C (50%) must be achieved on the final examination in order to receive an overall course grade of C (50%) or greater.
Your final numerical grade will be converted to a letter grade as follows: A+ ≥ 90, A ≥ 80, A- ≥ 75, B+ ≥ 70, B ≥ 65, B- ≥ 60, C+ ≥ 55, C ≥ 50, D ≥ 40, and F < 40.
All final exams for online courses will be invigilated at an approved time and location. Please refer to the Online Exam Request Form to book.
|Time Limit:||6 months from registration date. All course exams and/or assignments must be completed by the designated end date of your course.|
Online courses are subject to an additional $100 non-refundable online fee per course. Fees are subject to change by the Board of Governors.
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