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NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY

D’Amore-McKim School of Business
ACCT1201: FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING & REPORTING
Fall 2015

Professor: Cynthia Jackson

Class days/time/location: MWTh/1:35-2:40 p.m./70 Dodge Hall MWTh/4:35-5:40 p.m./70 Dodge Hall

Office hours/location: M/12:00-1:00 p.m./404 Hayden Hall W/3:00-4:00 p.m./404 Hayden Hall and by appointment

Network/Voice-mail: 617-373-4643 E-mail: c.jackson@neu.edu

Teaching Assistant: Nghia (Mash) Pham E-mail: pham.ng@husky.neu.edu
Office location: 439 Dodge Hall/TBA

Course Materials:

• TEXT: Financial Accounting, 8th edition, Libby, Libby, & Short (Irwin McGraw-Hill) • Connect Plus • Learn Smart • Simple 4-function calculator

Text and Connect Plus Options

• Hardcover (including Connect Plus plus ebook access) o $303 at the Bookstore (resale value approximately $137 at the Booskstore)

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• Connect Plus only o $76 – online purchase o No ebook or text material included o You can use this option if you have purchased a 2nd hand text

• Looseleaf Text o $40 “upgrade” – you must have purchased one of the Connect Plus options o Online purchase through Connect Plus o This is a black & white, 3-hole punched, loose-leaf copy of the full text

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