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* The final for ACTG 185 will be held at 1 p.m. for both cohorts on Friday 09/16/16.
ACTG 180 Accounting for Business Decisions
Libby, R., &Libby, P. (2013). Financial accounting (Eighth ed.). ISBN: 9780078025556
Note: This book can be "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
Spiceland, J., Sepe, J., Nelson, M., &Thomas, W. (2015). Intermediate accounting, chapters 1-12 (Eighth ed.). , with Connect.
Students can purchase the custom-published, soft-bound text bundled with Connect at the Campus Book Store. If you purchase the text online, make sure it comes with Connect.
In addition to the text, a few short articles will be assigned for in-class discussion. These articles are either linked throughout this syllabus or will be distributed in class.
Spiceland, J., Sepe, J., Nelson, M., &Thomas, W. (2015) Study Guide for use with intermediate accounting, (Eighth Ed). Volume 1, Chapters 1-12. .
ACTG 182 Intermediate Financial Accounting II
Students can purchase the custom-published text at the Campus Book Store.
An alternative to using the above custom-text is using the 14th edition of the full textbook. Please note that using the 14th edition, you will find some of the questions are differently numbered and some dates in problems are changed.
Kieso, D., &Weygandt, J. (2012). Intermediate accounting (14th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. 978-0470587232 ISBN-10: 0470587237
ACTG 184: Auditing
Professor Ted Christensen and Professor David Cottrell
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ACTG 186: Tax Aspects of Business Decisions
Professor Suzanne Luttman
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