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Spring Quarter 2014
* Students who cannot attend the final class on Saturday, September 20, 2014 can instead attend a session on Friday, September 19. The student is responsible for making arrangements with the faculty.
NO CLASSES WILL BE HELD ON THE FOLLOWING DAYS:
July 4, July 18, July, 30, August 13, August 20, and September 1.
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ACTG 180 Accounting for Business Decisions - Professor Michael Calegari
Libby, Libby, Short, Financial Accounting, 8th edition, 2013, McGraw-Hill/Irwin, ISBN: 9780078025556
This book can "rented" from the bookstore or purchased as an electronic book (Note: You must still bring the book to class through an ipad or something similar if you do not wish to purchase the book).
ACTG 181 Intermediate Financial Accounting I - Professor James
Sepe Spiceland, Sepe, Nelson, Intermediate Accounting with Annual Report, 7th Edition, 2012, McGraw-Hill/Irwin. ISBN: 9780077614041 (required).
Spiceland, Sepe, Nelson, Tomassini, Study Guide Vol 1 to accompany Intermediate Accounting, 7th Edition, Volume 1, 2012, McGraw-Hill/Irwin. ISBN: 9780077446437 (recommended).
ACTG 182 Intermediate Financial Accounting II - Professor Neal Ushman
Intermediate Accounting for Santa Clara University (A custom-published text). John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2013. ISBN 9781119914525. (required).
ACTG 183 Auditing – Professor Susan Parker CUSTOM TEXT There is a CAAP custom text book available ONLY in the Santa Clara University Bookstore that is less expensive than the full edition. scu.edu/bookstore (required)
Note: If you wish to purchase the texts editions separately you will need the following: Whittington and Pany, Principles of Auditing and Other Assurance Services, 19th edition, 9780077804770, the ACL software is not needed. Thibodeau and Friere, Auditing and Accounting Cases: Investigating Issues of Fraud and Professional Ethics, 4th edition, 9780077520168.
ACTG 184 Advanced Financial Accounting – Professor Ted Christensen
Baker, Christensen, Cottrell, Advanced Financial Accounting, 10th Edition, 2013, McGraw-Hill/Irwin. ISBN: 9780078025624 (required)
ACTG 185 Cost Management and Strategy - Professor Michael Eames
Horngren, Datar and Foster, Itner, Cost Accounting: A managerial emphasis, 13th Edition, 2009, Pearson. ISBN: 9780136126638 (required)
ACTG 186 Tax Aspects of Business Decisions - Professor Suzanne Luttman
Murphy and Higgins, Concepts in Federal Taxation, 2014 ED, South-Western Cengage Learning. ISBN-10: 128518050X (required)
Note: You do NOT need the software that the text is frequently bundled with, so any form of the text is acceptable: hardback, paperback, loose-leaf, rented, etc. Please contact Professor Luttman directly with any questions at email@example.com.
ACTG 187 Accounting Information Systems – Professor Lawrence Abbott
Romney and Steinbart. Accounting Information Systems, 11th edition. Prentice Hall. ISBN: 0136015182 (required)
Note: The campus bookstore only stocks the most recent edition of textbooks. ACTG 187 requires the 11th edition; however, there is a 12th edition that will be available in the bookstore.
Fall 2014 Syllabi
The Office of Disabilities Resources has been designated by the University to ensure access for all students with disabilities to all academic programs and University resources. Types of disabilities include medical, physical, psychological, attention-deficit, and learning disabilities. Reasonable accommodations are provided to minimize the effects of a student’s disability and to maximize the potential for success.
International Student Services
The International Student Services (ISS) promotes the education and development of international students to enable them to achieve excellence in their academic and professional goals and encourages the understanding of diverse cultures and perspectives throughout the University.
The Enrollment Services Center is located on the first floor of the new Patricia A. and Stephen C. Schott Admission & Enrollment Services Building. The friendly staff in the "OneStop" is here to assist you with your billing, financial aid and registration needs. They have eliminated the need for you to travel across campus or call multiple departments to obtain answers to your Bursar, Financial Aid and Registrar-related questions.
Financial Aid & Tuition
Learn about your financial aid options and tuition costs
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Parking and Transportation
A permit is not required on Saturday, Sunday, or University holidays. Santa Clara maintains two large parking structures and dozens of smaller parking lots around campus. To park on University-owned property, every vehicle must have a valid parking permit visibly displayed between the hours of 6 a.m. and 8 p.m., Monday through Friday. Daily permits are available from the Main Gate kiosk, which is located at the University's main entrance.
Please contact Transportation Services if you have questions at (408) 551-7080. Visit the SCU Transportation Site
Drop / Withdrawl Requests
Class adds and drops must be requested in writing via email to CAAP@scu.edu.
If you withdraw prior to the first day of your first course, you will receive a 100% refund (less $200 non-refundable deposit). If you withdraw after the beginning of your first course, you will receive 50% refund for courses not yet begun. No refunds will be given for any course already begun.
Summer housing is available to both SCU and non-SCU students taking classes during the summer. Please contact the SCU Housing Office with any questions.
Off Campus Housing Options
This link will give you some options: http://www.scu.edu/housing/SeeAlso/offcampus.cfm
All questions regarding housing should be directed to the Housing Office:
http://www.scu.edu/housing or by phone: 408-554-4900.
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