ACCT 3120: Financial Accounting &
the Final Exam are Posted Here
Week of November 14, 2004
- I have provided a
solution to P19-3. Note: I changed one requirement on the syllabus
(to make the problem easier) and my solution is not in the same format as the
solution manual; however all relevant questions are answered. You must
use the username and password that you use to access the solution manual to
access this solution.
- Grades for Test 4 are
posted. I hope everyone has a safe and happy Thanksgiving.
Week of October 24, 2004
Week of October 3, 2004
Week of September 26, 2004
Week of September 12, 2004
- Test 1 is posted.
You can view your test starting on Tuesday during my office hours. If you
cannot find your grade, I did not receive a valid posting code on your exam.
You can email me a posting code and I can correct this for future exams.
Week of August 22, 2004
- One of your classmates was gracious enough to provide .pdf
files of the tables that are missing from the book. Feel free to
download the ones you need.
- Your course packet includes an interest capitalization
problem not covered in class. The solution can be obtained by clicking
Week of August 22, 2004
- My graduate assistant, Michael Broughton, has office
hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 to 5:00 in Room 301 of the Lowder
Week of August 15, 2004
- You need to obtain a copy of the Syllabus.
The syllabus is in Adobe format. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Exchange or Adobe
Reader, you can download the free Acrobat reader from the Adobe web site (a link exists to
this site on my home page).
- If you do not have an e-mail account, you may wish to set up your AU e-mail account
(although this is not required for the class). To set up your e-mail account, call (334)
844-5800 from a touch-tone phone, select the "e-mail and computer user ID"
option, and follow the instructions (hint: your personal access code is the same code you
use to register for classes). You may want to write down the initial password until you
have a chance to login to the DUC Sun Network and change it to something you can easily
- If you have an official AU email account and do not wish to use it as your primary
e-mail account, you can easily forward all of the mail that is sent to the AU account to
the email account of your choice. To do this, log in to the DUC Sun Network and at the
prompt type pico .forward; (do not forget the period before forward -
include a space between "pico" and "."; no space
between the period and the word forward) a new screen will appear where you will type the
e-mail address that you wish the mail to be forwarded to; then use CTRL X to cancel, and
hit the return key until you return to the system prompt. Your mail will now be forwarded
to the e-mail address of your choice.
- An on-line solution manual is available; the username and password will be
given in class.
- My graduate assistant (Michael Broughton) will have
office hours during the semester in Room 301 (the conference room near the
stairs on the third floor). In the event that the room is occupied by
another class or for another function, he will post a note on the door as to
where he will be. His hours will be on Tuesday and Thursday from 3:00 to
5:00. He will start holding office hours next Thursday (Aug. 26)