These pages still under construction.  All material subject to change prior to the start of classes on
August 26, 2014

Prerequisites: 

ACCT 301 and ACCT 310 with grades of C or better and senior standing.

Expected graduation date within 12 months of enrollment in the course: Example: If you enroll in the fall semester of 2014 (August, 2014), you should graduate within 12 months (fall 2014, spring 2015,  or summer 2015.) If your graduation date is after that, e.g., fall, 2015 or later, then you should not be enrolling in the fall, 2014 semester.

 You should not enroll in Accounting 402 unless you meet these prerequisites, including the graduation date!!



"In short, accounting is not a mechanical exercise nor a set of rules that can be applied by a computer.  It is at best a social science.  Some would say it is still an art.  It requires, and will continue to require, the considered judgments of responsible professionals."

--Hendriksen and van Breda,Accounting Theory, 5th Edition, Richard D. Irwin, 1992 

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topical syllabus

course information

survival tips for 402
 

APB Statement No. 4, chapter 6 

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On-line quiz assignments

Review Questions

Information and announcement page:
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Guidelines for term paper preparation--Please Read and Comply!!

 sample questions for Accounting 402



Links to other sites on the Web
FASB--Financial Accounting Standards Board

Log in for FASB Codification Database:  http://aaahq.org/ascLogin.cfm

PCAOB--Public Company Accounting Oversight Board 

AICPA--American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

 

International Accounting Standards Board

GAO

Information on GMAT examination--for those contemplating graduate business education

Accounting Study Guide-- (still under construction)

The Accounting Onion


"In accounting the tendency to place public relations skills above professional skills has led to some problems, the most noteworthy being the promotion of David Duncan to be the Andersen's managing partner of the Enron audit ---"
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