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UNC Charlotte Accounting Information Systems –ACCT 3340
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UNC Charlotte Accounting Information Systems –ACCT 3340
Fall 2012 Section 004
Instructor:
Office:
E-mail:
Rebecca J. Whitener, MBA, CPA, CIA, CISA, CFE
Friday Building 251D
704-687-7615
[email protected] (This is the best way to reach me)
Office Hours:
Class Hours:
M
5:15- 6:15 p.m and MW 11:00-11:50 or by appointment
MW 8:00-9:15 a.m.
Friday 132 (Section 003)
MW 9:30-10:45 a.m. Friday 132 (Section 004)
M
6:30-9:15 p.m.
Friday 142 (Section 090)
Welcome students! I look forward to working with all of you during this semester. I want each of you to be successful and I will provide
whatever reasonable assistance is requested to ensure you reach the goals you set for yourself regarding this course. You will need to come to class
ready to learn, which means being prepared and being focused. I encourage you to start off this semester with a commitment towards keeping up
with the reading and project assignments, attending class regularly, participating in class discussions, and studying for the examinations.
General Class Information
Accounting information systems (AIS) contain much of the information managers use to make decisions and control operations. Accountants need
to be familiar with the relevant aspects of all AIS models they may encounter across different organizations and even co-existing within a single
enterprise. Accountants also need to play a central role in ensuring accounting information systems deliver timely, accurate, and complete
information.
Course Objective
This course is designed to give you an introduction to accounting information systems, with particular emphasis on internal controls and computer
auditing techniques.
Upon completion of the course, students should:
 understand manual and computer-based accounting information systems
 be familiar with the business and accounting processes within the sales and purchases cycles
 be able to prepare source documents and comprehend the flow of information through an accounting system
 have a working knowledge of database management systems, REA modeling, ERP Systems, and E-Business
 understand the risks associated with accounting information systems and the internal controls associated with mitigating these risks
 be familiar with the general and application control and audit procedures typical for computer-based accounting systems
 be aware of the legal, professional, and ethical responsibility of accountants and management in the design, use and control of AIS
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Prerequisites
 Enrolled in the College of Business
 Prerequisites with C or better: ACCT 2121, ACCT 2122, ECON 2101, ECON 2102, INFO 2130, MATH 1120, STAT 1220.
Required Materials
 Accounting Information Systems, Robert L. Hurt 3rd Edition ©2013, ISBN-13 9780078025334 McGraw-Hill Publishers
You may obtain access to the author’s AIS Blog, online quizzes, chapter power point presentations and links to professional resources
from the Student Edition of the Online Learning Center at www.mhhe.com/hurt3e

Systems Understanding Aid, by Arens & Ward, 8th Edition Armond Dalton Publishers, ISBN-13: 978-0-912503-38-7.

Computerized Accounting Using Peachtree, by Arens & Ward, 3rd Edition, Armond Dalton Publishers, ISBN 978-0-912503-40-0
You will need access to a Personal Computer and printer (Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista SP1 or Windows 7) with Microsoft Excel
2003, 2007 or 2010 installed, and on which you can install the Peachtree Accounting 2012 Software. The software is not compatible with
Mac. You can read about this computerized accounting project at http://armonddalton.com/peachtree2012.html
Additional Materials
 The class lectures will consists largely of material from your textbook. However, I will also include in the lectures supplementary material
that you will be required to know. You are expected to keep up with the lectures which will be posted.
 Please Read All Emails You Receive From Me! I will only send emails to make key class announcements and I will expect you to be
aware of these announcements.
 A key source for keeping on track with assignments and class news is through Moodle http://moodle.uncc.edu. Login with your NinerNet
username and password to gain access to class announcements, updated assignments, lecture notes and other important information.
 For your convenience, I have posted key dates from the Academic Calendar for Fall 2012.
Attendance
While attendance will not be graded, I will take attendance at every class. You are responsible for all information and materials presented in class.
Please do not email me asking for me to tell you what I covered in class. You have the Syllabus and the posted lectures if you miss class.
Class Courtesy
Please consider the disruptive impact of your behavior and avoid arriving late, leaving early, talking during lectures, eating noisily, and/or texting
during class. You may use your computers during class to take notes and for other class work but not for activities that are unrelated to this class. Set
your laptop volume control to mute or off before coming to class, and of course, do not forget to turn your cell phone and pagers off!
Academic Honesty
Impeccable ethical conduct is expected of all members of the accounting profession. Honesty and ethics impacts a number of decisions that you
will make over time and this includes your time spent in academic education. All students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that is
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above reproach in their academic work, complying with the Code of Student Academic Integrity. The types of misconduct with related penalties
and procedures can be found in the Code and you are expected to be familiar with, and to follow, this Code which can be found at:
http://www.legal.uncc.edu/policies/ps-105.html
In addition, the following behaviors are specifically not allowed in this class. You may not:
1. Have on your desk, or on your lap, any papers or notes, purses, bookbags, cell phones or any other electronic device during an exam.
2. Leave the classroom during an exam until you are ready to turn in your exam.
3. Remove an exam from the classroom. You will receive a zero for any exam that you take from the class.
4. Allow another student to copy your exam answers.
5. Copy another student’s answers on any exam.
6. Have another student complete your project assignments.
Students also have the responsibility to report cases of academic dishonesty that they may become aware of.
Since academic evaluations in this class include a judgment that the student's work is free from academic dishonesty, grades in this course will be
adversely affected by violations of the Code.
Students with Disabilities
If you believe you have a disability requiring an accommodation, please contact the Office of Disability Services in Room 230 of the Fretwell
building and follow the instructions of that office for obtaining accommodations.
Diversity Statement
The Belk College of Business strives to create an inclusive academic climate in which the dignity of all individuals is respected and
maintained. Therefore, we celebrate diversity that includes, but is not limited to ability/disability, age, culture, ethnicity, gender, language,
race, religion, sexual orientation, and socio-economic status.
NOTE: I reserve the right to modify the course deadlines, reading and homework assignments, and classroom procedures and policies if
necessary. I will notify you if any changes are made to the Syllabus. Any change will be indicated on the Syllabus by the Version number and date
the changes were made. I will also bold face the changes in RED TYPE so that you can easily see what changes were made. You are responsible
for ensuring you have the most current Syllabus.
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Assignments, Projects, Examination and Grading Information
Assignments
On pages 7-11 of this Syllabus you are provided with the full semester list of assignments that includes outside reading, homework problems and
project requirements. I encourage and expect you to keep up with your assignments so that you will be prepared for the exams.
Projects
There are two projects with multiple components. PLEASE make note of the project due dates as you will be expected to complete and turn in all
project components, ON, or BEFORE, its due date. I WILL NOT ACCEPT LATE PROJECTS!
(1) Systems Understanding Aid (SUA)
This project will provide an opportunity to learn about the flow of information through a manual accounting system for a wholesaling business
named Waren Sports Supply. You will (1) prepare source documents such as purchase orders, receiving reports, invoices, bills of lading, etc. (2)
perform internal control procedures and (3) prepare journal and ledger entries and (4) prepare statements.
The SUA will be a TEAM Project. You will be assigned to a group of 4-5 students who will work together to complete the various project
requirements. Each student will be expected to work together with their TEAM members to complete the project requirements. You will turn in
your own individual SUA packets at the end of the project with all your project requirements completed. You will receive a TEAM score as well
as an individual score. Your TEAM score will be determined by the ratings provided by your other TEAM members as to your contributions to the
project. Your individual score will be determined by the accuracy and completeness of the SUA packet you submit.
You will be provided time in class to work on the SUA but you will also need to schedule Team meetings outside of class
I will set up an SUA Questions and Answer Forum in Moodle for you or your TEAM to post questions. The Forum will have logical categories
based on the types of questions I receive. This serves two purposes (1) I will only need to answer a question once, not multiple times, and (2) all
students will get the benefit of the search for answers and learning from each other’s questions. Please do not use my email to ask SUA questions.
A complete list of SUA assignments are on pages 12-14 of the Syllabus. I will not accept late SUA’s!! Please plan your time wisely.
(2) Peachtree Project
This will be an INDIVIDUAL project. With this project, each of you will have the opportunity to work with a computerized accounting
information system called Peachtree Accounting. This will help you understand the differences and the benefits of computerized systems over
paper-based systems. You will learn how to follow instructions provided in your Peachtree workbooks to create the reports you will print out and
hand in. You will identify where and how data are processed, make inquiries into the system to analyze the data, make changes to the system,
establish and test internal controls, and prepare reports to support business decision making.
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In addition to reports you will be asked to print out and turn in, you will also be required to answer Workbook questions and complete Workbook
exercises for selected chapters. For all assigned questions and exercises, you are expected to complete on your Peachtree perforated answer sheets
(in pencil to allow for corrections of any errors). You must turn in the perforated answer form from your Peachtree Workbook! I will not
accept a copied solution! I will not accept any emailed Peachtree assignments.
A complete list of Peachtree assignments are on Pages 15-16 of this Syllabus. I will not accept late Peachtree Assignments!!
Examinations
You will be given 2 multiple choice Regular examinations in class during the semester, and 1 multiple choice Final exam which will consist of
one/half new material and one/half cumulative. You will be given an Exam Review Guide prior to each exam to help you prepare. The exams will
cover the material that will be presented in your class lectures and from your assigned readings, homework problems and project assignments.
There will be No make-up Regular Exams and no Regular Exams given early. If you have a valid reason for missing one of the Regular
examinations, I will allow you to use the same points you receive on the Final exam (Cumulative portion) as the points earned for the missed
exam.
If you miss the Final exam, you must notify me as soon as possible as to the reason for the absence and provide a documented excuse to me within
24 hours of the exam. If you have an emergency or if you know in advance that it will be impossible for you to take your Final exam as scheduled,
let me know as soon as you become aware of the conflict. You may contact me via email or call my office phone if during my office hours.
If the excuse is acceptable, as defined below, you will be given a make-up exam as soon as practicable. The following are the only acceptable
excuses for missing the Final exam so please DO NOT come to me with other excuses.
1.
Documented personal illness - Requires a signed statement from a doctor or emergency room stating that you were seen on or shortly
before the exam date, and that you were unable to take the exam when scheduled.
2.
Death in the immediate family - Requires an obituary or other official notice with your family connection indicated. To use this excuse, I
must be satisfied that this family death was a justifiable reason for missing the exam.
I will not excuse work-related conflicts since the exam dates are planned out well in advance allowing you to make arrangements with your
employer. I will also not excuse absences due to family vacations or any other social/professional activity.
Students who arrive late for any exam will be permitted to take the exam provided that no student has turned in his/her paper prior to the student’s
arrival. Once an exam has been turned in, late arriving students will not be permitted to start an exam. A student who begins an exam late will not
be given extra time at the end of the examination period.
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During an examination, you will be expected to: (1) Refrain from behaviors that may be annoying to other students; (2) Keep your eyes on your exam
(3) Leave all of your belongings (including purses, computers, cell phones, beverages and book-bags) off your desks. The only items you may have on
your desk are your Exam and pencils. You must remain in the classroom until you are completed with your exam and ready to turn it in. You will not
be allowed to leave the room during an exam!
Reviewing Exams
I’ll make every effort to return exams to you on a timely basis which will generally be the next class period. Exams will be returned, discussed and
then re-collected. This will be your only opportunity to view your exam. If you don’t return your exam when we collect them after a review YOU
WILL RECEIVE A ZERO for the exam plus possible sanctions for violating the UNC Charlotte Code of Student Academic Integrity.
Semester Grades will be determined based on the following:
Exam 1
(Sept. 17)
Exam 2
(Oct. 22)
Final Exam Part 1
Final Exam Part 2
(Dec. 12, 8:00-10:30 a.m)
Systems Understanding Aid (SUA)
Peachtree Project
Total Points
Total Points Earned
450 - 500
400 - 449
350 - 399
300 - 349
299 and under
HURT, Chapters 1-3, 5 and 16
HURT, Chapters 6-10
HURT, Chapters 11-13, 15, 17
Cumulative (Text + Projects)
DUE OCT. 15
DUE NOV. 26
Percentage
90% and above
80% - 89%
70% - 79%
60%- 69%
Under 60%
100
100
100
100
50
50
500
Course Grade
A
B
C
D
F
The determination of your final semester grade will be solely based on the points you have earned for the Exams and Projects. I will not grant
extra points or make extra credit points available during the semester to help any one person achieve a higher grade. Please do not ask me to
consider any personal circumstance or situation you may have in the granting of your Final grade.
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ACCT 3340 -Section 004
Schedule – Fall 2012
Date
In Class Activity
Mon. Aug. 20
Review of Syllabus
Wed. Aug. 22
Discussion of Chapter 1 “Role and Purpose
of Accounting Information Systems”
Mon. Aug. 27
Discussion of Chapter 2 “Transaction
Processing In The AIS”
………………………………………………
ASSIGNMENT OF SUA TEAMS
Out-of-Class Activity
And Assignments For Next Class Session
Read HURT Chapter 1 “Role and Purpose of Accounting Information Systems”
PP. 2-13
1) Reading Review Questions, Complete review questions a. c. P. 14
2) Multiple choice review questions, Complete multiple choice questions 1-5 P. 15
10) Multiple choice questions (high context), Complete multiple choice questions
1,3, 4 PP. 17-18
Read HURT Chapter 2 “Transaction Processing In The AIS” PP. 19-32
1) Reading Review Questions, Complete review questions b. c. d. and e. P. 32
2) Multiple choice review questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-5 PP. 32-33
10) Terminology, Match each item P. 36
11) Multiple choice questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-5 P. 36
……………………………………………………………………………………….
Refer to SUA Assignment Schedule (Page 12 of the Syllabus)
Under Assignment 1 – Getting Started (1) Read pages 3-16 and scan pages 25-43 in
the SUA Instructions, Flowcharts, and Ledgers book. Also look through the
Reference Book
Bring your Systems Understanding Aid (SUA) to class Mon. Aug. 27
Read HURT Chapter 3 “Internal Controls” PP. 38-54
1) Reading Review Questions, Complete review questions a. b. d. P. 55
2) Multiple choice review questions, Complete m.c. questions 1, 3, 4, 5 P. 55
13) Terminology, Match each item P. 60
14) Multiple choice questions, Complete m.c. questions 1, 3-5 P. 61
……………………………………………………………………………………….
Work on SUA Assignment 1- Getting Started
SUA Assignment 1- Getting Started should be complete by Wed. Sept.5
Nothing to be turned in yet.
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Wed. Aug. 29
Mon. Sept. 3
Labor Day
Wed. Sept. 5
Discussion of Chapter 3 “Internal
Controls”
………………………………………………
In Class work on SUA
NO CLASS
Discussion of Chapter 5 “Information
System Concepts”
Mon. Sept. 10
Discussion of Chapter 16 “Professionalism,
Ethics, and Career Planning”
Wed. Sept. 12
Mon. Sept. 17
Continuation of discussion of Chapter 16
“Professionalism, Ethics, and Career
Planning”
EXAM 1 (HURT Chapter 1-3, 5 and 16)
Wed. Sept. 19
Review Exam 1
Begin Discussion of Chapter 6
“Flowcharting”
Read HURT Chapter 5 “Information System Concepts” PP. 75-86
1) Reading Review Questions, Complete review questions a. b.c.e. P. 86
3) Multiple choice review questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-3, 5 PP. 87-88
12) Multiple choice questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-5 P. 90
………………………………………………………………………………………
Work on SUA Assignment 2 - SALES and CASH RECEIPTS
Read HURT Chapter 16 “Professionalism, Ethics, and Career Planning” PP.
290-299
1) Reading Review Questions, Complete review questions b. c. d. P. 299
3) Multiple choice review questions, Complete m.c. questions 1, 5, PP. 300-301
9) Terminology, Match each item P. 303
10) Multiple choice questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-5 PP. 303-304
……………………………………………………………………………………
Work on SUA Assignment 2 - SALES and CASH RECEIPTS
Work on SUA Assignment 2 - SALES and CASH RECEIPTS (AR Aged Trial
Balance Should be Complete by Wednesday Sept. 12 – Keep in your packet,
nothing to be turned in yet)
Prepare for Exam 1 (HURT Chapter 1-3, 5 and 16
………………………………………………………………………………………
Work on SUA Assignment 3 - PURCHASING AND CASH DISBURSEMENT
Read HURT Chapter 6 “Flowcharting” PP. 94-105
1) Reading Review Questions, Complete review questions a. c. d. P. 106
3) Multiple choice review questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-3 P. 106-107
9) Terminology, Match each item P. 109
10) Multiple choice questions, Complete m.c. questions 2-5 PP. 110-111
……………………………………………………………………………………….
Work on SUA Assignment 3 - PURCHASING AND CASH DISBURSEMENTS
Read HURT Chapter 7 “Data Flow Programming” PP. 112-127
1) Reading Review Questions, Complete review questions a. b. c. d. P. 127
3) Multiple choice review questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-5 P. 128
9) Terminology, Match each item P. 130
10) Multiple choice questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-5 PP. 131
……………………………………………………………………………………..
Work on SUA Assignment 3 - PURCHASING AND CASH DISBURSEMENTS
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Mon. Sept. 24
Continue Discussion of Chapter 6
“Flowcharting”
Wed. Sept 26
Discussion of Chapter 7 “Data Flow
Programming”
Continue Discussion of Chapter 7 “Data
Flow Programming”
Mon. Oct. 1
Wed. Oct. 3
In class work on SUA
Mon. Oct. 8
Fall Break No Class
Wed. Oct. 10
Discussion of Chapter 8 “REA Modeling”
Mon. Oct. 15
Discussion of Chapter 9 “XBRL”
Work on SUA Assignment 3 - PURCHASING AND CASH DISBURSEMENTS
(AP Trial Balance and Fixed Assets Trial Balance Should be Complete by
Mon. Oct.1) Keep in Packet – Not to be turned in yet.
Work on SUA Assignment 4 – PAYROLL
Read HURT Chapter 8 “REA Modeling” PP. 132-144
1) Reading Review Questions, Complete review questions a-e. P. 144
3) Multiple choice review questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-5 P. 145
8) Terminology, Match each item P. 148
9) Multiple choice questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-5 PP. 149-150
………………………………………………………………………………………..
Work on SUA Assignment 4 - PAYROLL
Work on SUA Assignment 5 – WRAPPING UP
SUA COMPLETE Packets Are Due Monday Oct. 15!!!!!
COLLECTION OF SUA PACKETS
NO LATE PROJECTS ACCEPTED!!
Wed. Oct. 17
Discussion of Chapter 10 “E-Business and
Enterprise Resource Planning Systems”
Mon. Oct. 22
Exam 2 (HURT Chapters 6-10)
Read HURT Chapter 9 “XBRL” PP. 152-163
1) Reading Review Questions, Complete review questions a. b. c. d. P. 163
3) Multiple choice review questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-5 P. 164
11) Terminology, Match each item P. 166
12) Multiple choice questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-5 P.166
SUA COMPLETE Packets Are Due Monday Oct. 15!!!!!
Read HURT Chapter 10 “E-Business and Enterprise Resource Planning
Systems” PP. 168-181
1) Reading Review Questions, Complete review questions a. b. c. d. P. 181
3) Multiple choice review questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-4 P. 182
11) Terminology, Match each item P. 184
12) Multiple choice questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-5 P.185
Prepare for Exam 2 (HURT Chapters 6-10)
Bring Peachtree Project to class on Wed. Oct.24
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Wed. Oct. 24
Review Exam 2
Review Peachtree Project Requirements
Read Chapter 12 “Sales/Collection Process” PP. 208-220
1) Reading Review Questions, Complete review questions a. b. c. d. e. P. 221
3) Multiple choice review questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-5 PP.221- 222
8) Internal Controls a-j. P.223
13) Terminology, Match each item P. 227
14) Multiple choice questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-5 P. 227.
………………………………………………………………………………………...
Peachtree Assignment 1 – Chapters 1 and 2
Mon. Oct. 29
Wed. Oct. 31
Mon. Nov. 5
Wed. Nov. 7
Mon. Nov. 12
Discussion of Chapter 12 “Sales/Collection
Process”
Continue Discussion of Chapter 12
“Sales/Collection Process”
Begin Discussion of Chapter 13
“Acquisition/Payment Process”
Continue Discussion of Chapter 13
“Acquisition/Payment Process”
Discussion of Chapter 15 “Decision-Making
Models and Knowledge Management”
Peachtree Assignment II - Chapters 3 and 4
Read Chapter 13 “Acquisition/Payment Process” PP. 229-242
1) Reading Review Questions, Complete review questions a. b. c. d. P. 243
3) Multiple choice review questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-5 P. 244
8) Document Information 1-10 P. 246
11) Terminology, Match each item P. 247
12) Multiple choice questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-5 P. 247-248
14) Process Relationships a.- j. P.248
Peachtree Assignment III - Chapters 5 and 6
Read HURT Chapter 15 “Decision-Making Models and Knowledge
Management” PP. 272-283
1) Reading Review Questions, Complete review questions a. b. P. 284
3) Multiple choice review questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-5 P. 285
11) Terminology, Match each item P. 288
12) Multiple choice questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-5 PP. 288-289
Chapter 11 “Computer Crime and Information Technology Security” PP. 186199
1) Reading Review Questions, Complete review questions a. b. c. d. e. P. 200
3) Multiple choice review questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-5 PP. 200-201
12) Terminology, Match each item P. 203
13) Multiple choice questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-5 PP. 203-204
Peachtree Assignment IV - Chapter 7
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Discussion of Chapter 11 “Computer
Crime and Information Technology
Security”
Peachtree Assignment V - Chapter 8
Mon. Nov. 19
Continue Discussion of Chapter 11
“Computer Crime and Information
Technology Security”
Chapter 17 “Auditing and Evaluating the AIS” PP.305-317
1) Reading Review Questions, Complete review questions a-c P. 318
3) Multiple choice review questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-5 PP. 318-319
10) Terminology, Match each item P. 321
11) Multiple choice questions, Complete m.c. questions 1-5 PP. 321-322
Wed. Nov. 21
Mon. Nov. 26
Thanksgiving Break – No Class
Discussion of Chapter 17 “Auditing and
Evaluating the AIS”
Wed. Nov. 14
COLLECTION OF PEACHTREE
PROJECTS! NO LATE PROJECTS
ACCEPTED!!
Wed. Nov. 28
Continue discussion of Chapter 17
“Auditing and Evaluating the AIS”
Mon. Dec. 3
SUA’s Returned and Discussed
Wed. Dec. 5
Peachtree Projects Returned and Discussed
Final Exam Review
FinalExam
Mon Dec.
ENTIRE PEACHTREE PROJECT DUE ON MONDAY NOV. 26!!
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SYSTEMS UNDERSTANDING AID (SUA)– ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE FOR SECTION 004
After the Systems Understanding Aid (SUA) is completed and graded, it is yours to keep and use for future reference. It is suggested
that journals, ledgers, documents, and schedules be prepared neatly in pencil to facilitate corrections.
Reference
Book
Chapter
1&2
Refer to Instructions, Flowcharts and Ledgers Book and Documents Folder
Project Due Dates
Assignment 1 - Getting Started PLEASE WRITE YOUR NAME ON INSIDE FLAP
OF SUA PACKET and YOUR TEAM NAME
1. As an Introduction, read pages 3-16 and scan pages 25-43 in the SUA
Instructions, Flowcharts, and Ledgers book.
2. Go back to page 3 and and complete the five “Preparation” steps
including scanning the SUA Reference Book as well as the Documents,
Ledgers and Journals so that you will be able to locate all materials of the
project.
3. In the SUA Instructions, Flowcharts, and Ledgers book, carefully reread the 5 parts itemized under III. Requirements on pages 10 and 11.
4. Part 1. Transactions List (Document 1) - We will be using the BLUE
version of Document No. 1. It has a B in the bottom left corner. Destroy
the GREEN version.
5. Part 2. Recording options 1 or 2 - We will use Option 1. Please cross out
the Option 2 paragraph on the top of page 11.
6. Go through all transactions on the transactions list (Document No.1) and
write S&CR, P&CD, or PR beside each transaction as follows:
a. Sale, sales return, cash receipt, or charge-off (S&CR)
b. Purchase of goods or services or cash disbursement, except for
payroll (P&CD)
c. Payroll (PR)
Every transaction must be identified as one of these three types
DUE TO BE COMPLETED Sept. 5 –
Nothing to turn in at this point
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Assignment 2. SALES AND CASH RECEIPTS
1. Refer to your Transactions List and focus on those Transactions you have
classified as S&CR. Read over Steps 3 and 4 on page 11 the SUA
Instructions, Flowcharts, and Ledgers book.
2. For each Transaction on Document 1 classified as S&CR – Follow the
seven-step process for recording a transaction (Step 5 on pages 11 and
12 in the SUA Instructions, Flowcharts, and Ledgers book.
YOU MAY OMIT Step vi. on Page 12 (Filing documents in file tabs).
Since you are NOT filing documents, you also do not need to separate the
documents.
3. Complete MONTH-END PROCEDURES 1, 5, 6, 7 on pages 12 and 13
for sales and cash receipts (S&CR) only.
4. Complete YEAR-END PROCEDURE 6 on page 15 (Accounts
Receivable Aged Trial Balance only)
4&5
DUE TO BE COMPLETED Sept. 12
Accounts Receivable Aged Trial Balance. In
excel or as a word document table – NOT
HAND WRIITEN
Keep with Packet – Nothing to turn in Yet!
Assignment 3. PURCHASING AND CASH DISBURSEMENTS
1. Refer to your Transactions List and focus on those Transactions you have
classified as P&CD. Read over Steps 3 and 4 on page 11 the (SUA)
Instructions, Flowcharts, and Ledgers book.
2. For each Transaction on Document 1 classified as P&CD - Complete the
seven-step process for recording a transaction (Step 5 on pages 11 and
12)
3. Complete MONTH-END PROCEDURES 1, 2, 5 and 6 on pages 12 and
13 for purchases and cash disbursements (P&CD) only.
4. Complete YEAR-END PROCEDURE 6 on page 15 (Accounts Payable
Trial Balance AND Fixed Assets Trial Balance
DUE TO BE CONPLETED Oct. 1 Accounts
Payable Trial Balance and Fixed Assets Trial
Balance. In excel or as a word document
table – NOT HAND WRIITEN
Keep with Packet – Nothing to turn in Yet!
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Assignment 4 - PAYROLL
1. Refer to your Transactions List and focus on those Transactions you have
classified as Payroll (PR). Read over Steps 3 and 4 on page 11 the (SUA)
Instructions, Flowcharts, and Ledgers book.
2. For each Transaction on Document 1 classified as PAYROLL - Complete
the seven-step process for recording a transaction (Step 5 on pages 11
and 12)
3. Complete MONTH-END PROCEDURES 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 on pages 12 and
13 for Payroll only
Assignment 5 – Wrapping Up
1. Re-Check all work on Journals and Ledgers and Documents
NOTE: YEAR-END PROCEDURES (other than No. 6 on Page 15) are NOT
REQUIRED!!
Also, Month-End Procedure 3 (Bank Reconciliation) on Page 12 is not
required.
DUE TO BE COMPLETED Oct. 8 – Nothing
to turn in at this point.
DUE Oct. 15: Completed SUA Packet
PLEASE BE SURE YOUR NAME and YOUR TEAM
NAME IS ON INSIDE FLAP OF PACKET. Include in
packet:
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SUA Grading Form (from moodle)
AR Aged Trial Balance
AP Trial Balance
Fixed Assets Trial Balance
Completed documents in Document
Folder (Not necessary to file in tabs)
Journals
Instructions, Flowcharts and Ledgers
Book
DO NOT INCLUDE REFERENCE
BOOK IN PACKET!
NO PROJECTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER OCT. 15
Please plan accordingly and take into consideration complications that might occur that could make you unable to complete your project at the last
minute! THERE WILL BE EXCUSES FOR LATE PROJECTS!!
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PEACHTREE ACCOUNTING — ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE for ACCT 3340 - SECTION 004
To allow for corrections of errors, complete all assignments in pencil on your perforated answer form from your Peachtree Workbook. I
will not accept a copied solution! If printed reports are required, attach to the perforated answer sheet.
DATE TO BE COMPLETED
Entire Project will be turned in
together on Monday Nov. 26
ASSIGNMENT FROM
PEACHTREE INSTRUCTIONS AND ASSIGNMENTS BOOK
ASSIGNMENT I
Should be completed by Monday
October 29
Chapter 1 / Installation
Chapter 2 / Familiarization
Work through Chapter 2 to become familiar with Peachtree.
Complete Question 2-13 (a, b, c, d) Page 9
ASSIGNMENT II
Should be completed by Monday
November 5
Chapter 3 / Overview of Activities
Work through Chapter 3 to become even familiar with Maintenance, Processing and Internal Controls
Complete Question 3-1 (a, b) Page 11
Question 3-8 (a, b) Page 20
Question 3-11 Page 24
Chapter 4 / Practice – Obtaining Information Including Reports
Work through Chapter 4 to learn how to access transactions and other data in Peachtree.
Complete Question 4-7 (a, b) Page 29
Exercise 4-9 (b) Page 34
Staple printout to Peachtree answer sheet used for Question 4-7.
Should be completed by Monday
November 12
ASSIGNMENT III
Chapter 5 / Practice Sales and Cash Receipts Cycle
Work through Chapter 5 to learn how to record sales and cash disbursements transactions in Peachtree
Complete Problem 5-8 (a, b, c and d) Page 41
Staple printout from 5-8 (d) to Peachtree answer sheet.
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Chapter 6 / Practice – Purchases and Cash Disbursements Cycle
Work through Chapter 6 to learn how to process purchases and cash disbursements transactions in
Peachtree.
Complete Problem 6-5 (a)
Page 53
Complete Problem 6-10 (a, b) Page 58
Should be completed by
Wednesday, November 14
ASSIGNMENT IV
Chapter 7 / Practice – Payroll Cycle and Other Activities
Work through Chapter 7 learn how to process payroll transactions in Peachtree.
Complete Problem 7-2 (a, b, c) Page 67
Should be completed by Monday,
November 26
ASSIGNMENT V
Chapter 8 / Option A
Work through pages 8-3 through 8-17 in Peachtree Instructions
Print out the following reports shown on Page 8-17
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8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
ENTIRE PROJECT DUE TO
BE TURNED IN ON
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26
12-31-13 Accounts Receivable Aged Trial Balance
Dec. 2013 Sales Journal
Dec. 2013 Cash Receipts Journal
Dec. 2013 Purchases Journal
Dec. 2013 Cash Disbursements Journal
Dec. 2013 Payroll Journal
Place All Assignments in the order listed above (Assignment I, II, III, IV and V)
Download the Peachtree Grading Sheet from Moodle, write your name and section number on the sheet,
and staple or securely clip all items together, with the grading sheet on top.
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