Accounting Information Systemsó BUS581.01
Room:; VH 217
Office: VH 302
Physical: Tuesday, Thursay: 9:20-10:20 PM; 12:05 - 1:30 PM
Online: Wednesday 9:00 - 10:00 PMOther time by appointment
The ISBN number of the
customized textboook is ISBN-13: 978-1-269-78171-8 (ISBN-10: 1-269-78171-5). It contains
selected chapters from Accounting
B. Romney and Paul J. Steinbar [referred to as R&S
hereater], 13th edition, Pearson,
ISBN-13: 978-0133428537 ISBN-10: 0133428532The
ISBN number for this customized textbook is ISBN 10:0558195970 or ISBN
There is an online version of the complete book available at http://www.coursesmart.com/
Tsai -- reading materials from the customized version of the textbook.
Chapter numbers refer to the those appeared in the customized
** R&S -- reading materials in the original textbook (Romney * Steinbart). Chapter numbers refer to those appeared in the full version of the textbook
Your business education includes learning ethics and values. We trust that you have the basic foundation upon which we can build. You will be judged by your character as well as by your knowledge and skills since the business world increasingly demands ethical behavior of its employees. Honesty remains an admirable quality.
Cheating is defined as giving or obtaining information by improper means in meeting any academic requirements or in other aspects of your professional conducts. The use for academic credit of the same work in more than one course without knowledge or consent of the instructor(s) is a form of cheating and is a serious violation of academic integrity.
Forgery is defined as the alteration of forms, documents, or records, or the signing of such forms or documents by someone other than the proper designee.
Plagiarism is the representation, intentional or unintentional, of anotherís words or ideas as one's own. When using another person's words in a paper, students must place them within quotation marks or clearly set them off in the text with appropriate citation. When students use anotherís ideas, they must clearly identify the source of the ideas. Plagiarism is a violation of the rights of the plagiarized author and of the implied assurance by the students that when they submit academic work it is their own work product. If students have any issues with respect to the definition of plagiarism, it is their responsibility to clarify the matter by conferring with the instructor.
Cases requiring disciplinary and/or grade appeal action will be adjudicated in accordance with Procedures for Resolving Academic Integrity Cases, a copy of which is available in the office of the Vice President for Students Affairs, the office of the Provost for Academic Affairs, and in the academic Deans' offices.
We, the members of the SUNY New Paltz School of Business community, are committed to practicing the highest standards of ethical behavior and demonstrating integrity in all we do. We practice these standards and expect them to be demonstrated by others not only in our business dealings, but in all our relationships. Ours is a culture of integrity. For us, ethical behavior means adhering to certain standards in both public and private.
The school maintains a system (including software and web-based resources), by which students are well informed, educated and required to acknowledge by electronic signatures, the ethics, honesty and integrity standards of the School of Business, and the consequences of violating those standards.
Instructors who identify any violators should report the incident to the Deanís office for disciplinary action. The following procedure is followed by the deanís office for handling such incidents.
The involved students may request an appeal through Academic Appeal Committee (undergraduate) or Graduate Council (graduate students).
First time offenders receive a failing grade for the course, which can only be changed based on a favorable outcome of the appeals process, if applicable. The deanís office keeps a list of first time offenders. The offenders are also required to recertify their understanding of our ethics, honesty and integrity standards.
A second time undergraduate offender will be referred for possible dismissal to the Office of Student Affairs. A second time graduate student offender will be dismissed from the Master's degree program in which he or she is matriculated, subject to review by the Graduate Council.
Note: Once a student completes the training program, he/she shall be treated equally regardless of their previous educational experience and cultural norms. Instructors are encouraged to remind students of our ethics, honesty and integrity standards at the beginning of each course.