381124: Intermediate Accounting Theory and Practice
- Summer 2021
- Section 1
- 4 Credits
- 06/22/2021 to 09/02/2021
- Modified 06/15/2021
This is the first course in the three-course Intermediate Accounting sequence. MGMT X 120A covers the interpretation, use, processing, and presentation of accounting information and the preparation of principal accounting statements. Topics include an overview of the conceptual framework of accounting; valuation; recording; and presentation of the balance sheet, income statement, and statement of cash flows. Students are introduced to time value of money concepts, as well as accounting for cash, receivables, and the first part of inventories. Transferable for UC credit.
- Author: Kieso, Weygandt and Warfield
- Edition: 17th
- ISBN: 978-1-119-61527-9
Pencil, eraser, pen, paper and calculator (No financial functions are needed.)
Students may use their cell phone instead of their computer to attend Zoom meetings.
The instructor will consideration to requests to make up an examination only in the event of a clear emergency. Homework must be completed when due. The instructor shall call upon students to discuss the solution to homework problems and said participation shall be a portion of the students' grade. See above. ALL GRADES ARE FINAL.
The instructor may provide in-class problems that student will be expected to solve and discuss in class.
GRADING will be based upon examinations and class participation as follows:
Tests will be emailed to the students, then completed and returned to the instructor by the date/time as shown in the course syllabus. The dates of the tests may not necessarily coincide with the outline in which case the instructor will notify the students by email. If a student is unable to return a test on the date due, the student must notify the instructor in advance. Then, the instructor will weigh the student's next test double to compensate for the test not taken. For example, if a student cannot take Quiz #1, then the student's Midterm would be weighted 40%, not 20%. However, all students must take the Final Examination as scheduled, subject to the policy regarding Incompletes. (Please see Course Syllabus for details that take precedence over the general policy regarding Incompletes.)
If a student wishes to withdraw from the course, the student is responsible for notifying UCLA Extension.
Students are subject to disciplinary action for several types of misconduct or attempted misconduct, including but not limited to dishonesty, such as cheating, multiple submission, plagiarism, or knowingly furnishing false information to the University; or theft or misuse of the intellectual property of others or violation of others' copyrights. Students are encouraged to familiarize themselves with policy provisions which proscribe these and other forms of misconduct at: https://www.uclaextension.edu/pages/str/studentConduct.jsp
Services for Students with Disabilities
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Your instructor may post the interim grade Incomplete/I if at the end of the class your overall work is of passing quality but a portion could not be submitted for understandable reasons (e.g. illness). It is your responsibility to petition your instructor for permission to submit work late and to provide an explanation, and it is his or her sole decision whether to accept the explanation. If permitted, the Incomplete/I grade will be posted and a time frame defined for you to submit the missing work, ranging from one to twelve weeks. Incomplete/I grades that remain unchanged after twelve weeks will lapse to F, NP or U. Receiving an I grade entitles you to submit only the missing work your instructor has agreed to accept late, and does not allow other work to be retaken or oblige UCLA Extension to provide continuing access to course materials via Canvas. The Incomplete/I grade is not an option for courses that do not bear credit, such as 700, 800, or 900-level courses. For complete information, see: https://www.uclaextension.edu/pages/str/grading.jsp
All Grades are Final
No change of grade may be made by anyone other than the instructor, and then, only to correct clerical errors. No term grade except Incomplete may be revised by re-examination. The correction of a clerical error may be authorized only by the instructor of record communicating directly with personnel of Student and Alumni Services.
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Protecting Privacy and Data During Live Instruction
Live meeting sessions for this class, when applicable, are being conducted over Zoom. As the host, the instructor may be recording live sessions. Only the host has the ability to record meetings, no recording by other means is permitted. Recorded sessions will be posted in the Videos area of this class unless otherwise notified. Due to privacy, recordings are not available for download and are only accessible via Canvas for the duration of the class. If you have privacy concerns and do not wish to appear in the recording, do not turn on your video and/or audio. If you also prefer to use a pseudonym instead of your name, please let the instructor know what name you will be using so that the instructor knows who you are during the session. To rename yourself during a Zoom meeting, click on Participants, click on your name, click on More, click on Rename. If you would like to ask a question, you may do so privately through the Zoom chat by addressing your chat question to the instructor only (and not to ""everyone""). Additionally, chat may be used and moderated for live questions, and saving of chats is enabled. If you have questions or concerns about this, please contact the instructor via Canvas Inbox.
Pursuant to the terms of the agreement between Zoom and UCLA Extension, the data is used solely for this purpose and Zoom is prohibited from re-disclosing this information. UCLA Extension also does not use the data for any other purpose. Recordings will be deleted when no longer necessary. However, recordings may become part of an administrative disciplinary record if misconduct occurs during a video conference.
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About Your Online Course Materials
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Campus Safety Escorts
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|DATE DUE||ASSIGNMENT/TOPICS||READING BEFORE CLASS MEETING|
|06/22/21||Student Welcome; Course Overview; Introductions; Self-Assessment Test; Lecture-Chapter 1||Chapters 1 thru 3; Appendix 3A, B & C (Appendix 3B will not be covered on Quiz #1.)|
|06/24/21||Review of Self-Assessment Test; Lecture-Chapter 2||Chapters 1 thru 3, Appendix 3A, B & C (Appendix 3B will not be covered on Quiz #1.)|
|Chapters 1 thru 3, Appendix 3A, B & C (Appendix 3B will not be covered on Quiz #1.)|
|07/01/21||Ch. 3: E1, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, P6||Chapters 1 thru 3, Appendix 3A, B & C (Appendix 3B will not be covered on Quiz #1.)|
|07/06/21||Ch. 3: E1, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, P6 and in-class problem||Chapters 1 thru 3, Appendix 3A, B & C (Appendix 3B will not be covered on Quiz #1.)|
|07/08/21||Lecture-Chapter 4; QUIZ #1 (Chapters 1 thru 3) will be emailed after class and is due by 07/10/21 at 6 p.m.||Chapter 4 and IFRS Insights|
|07/13/21||Review QUIZ #1||Chapter 4 and IFRS Insights|
|07/15/21||Ch. 4: E6, 7, 9, 15, 16, P1, P2, P4||Chapter 4 and IFRS Insights|
|07/20/21||Ch. 4: E6, 7, 9, 15, 16, P1, P2, P4||Chapter 4 and IFRS Insights|
|07/22/21||Lecture-Chapter 5||Chapter 5, Appendix 5A and IFRS Insights|
|07/27/21||Ch. 5: E1, 3, 6, 7, 12, 13, 15, 16, P4 and additional class problem (See Canvas.)||Chapter 5, Appendix 5A and IFRS Insights|
|07/29/21||Ch. 5: E1, 3, 6, 7, 12, 13, 15, 16, P4 and additional class problem review (See Canvas.); MIDTERM (Chapters 1 thru 5) will be emailed after class and is due by 07/31/21 at 6 p.m.||Chapter 5, Appendix 5A and IFRS Insights|
|Chapter 6 (Present Value Measurement page 26 to end of chapter will not be covered on Quiz #2)|
|08/05/21||Lecture-Chapter 6; Ch. 6-E1, 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 16, 17, Ch. 7-E13||Chapter 6 (Present Value Measurement page 26 to end of chapter will not be covered on Quiz #2); Chapter 7 (Time Value of Money portion only)|
|08/10/21||Ch. 6: E1, 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 16, 17, Ch. 7-E13||Chapter 6 (Present Value Measurement page 28 to end of chapter will not be covered on Quiz #2); Chapter 7 (Time Value of Money portion only)|
|08/12/21||Bonus material: Using Excel for Time Value of Money problems; QUIZ #2 Chapter 6 and 7 (Time Value of Money only) will be emailed after class and is due by 08/14/21||Chapter 6 (Present Value Measurement page 28 to end of chapter will not be covered on Quiz #2); Chapter 7 (Time Value of Money portion only)|
|08/17/21||Review QUIZ #2||Chapter 7, Appendix 7A and IFRS Insights (Omit "Other Issues" pages 7-21 to 7-29|
|08/19/21||Lecture-Chapter 7; Ch. 7: E1, 5, 6, 7, 22, P14||Chapter 7, Appendix 7A and IFRS Insights (Omit "Other Issues" pages 7-21 to 7-29|
|08/24/21||Ch. 7: E1, 5, 6, 7, 22, P14||Chapter 7, Appendix 7A and IFRS Insights (Omit "Other Issues" pages 7-21 to 7-29|
|08/26/21||Lecture-Chapter 8; Ch. 8: E1, 2, 7, 9, 11, 12||
Chapter 8 (Omit Special Issues Related to LIFO on pages 8-16 to 8-23
|08/31/21||Ch. 8: E1, 2, 7, 9, 11, 12||Chapter 8 (Omit Special Issues Related to LIFO on pages 8-16 to 8-23|
Review for Final Examination; FINAL EXAMINATION (Chapters 1 thru 8) will be emailed after class and due by 09/04/21 at 6 p.m.
|Chapters 1 thru 8 (cumulative)|