This course requires two textbooks. McGraw-Hill Connect is required for the Louwers et al. (2018) textbook; it will be used for homework, bonuses, and exams. Printed copies of these texts are not required. McGraw-Hill Connect is NOT required for Mintz & Morris (2014).
Mintz, S. & Morris, R. (2014). Ethical obligations and decision making in accounting: text and cases. New York: McGraw Hill. 978-0-07-786221-3, www.mhhe.com/mintz3e
Louwers, T. J., Blay, A. D., Sinason, D. H., Strawser, J. R., & Thibodeau, J. C. (2018). Auditing & assurance services (Seventh edition). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Education. 9781259573286, https://www.mheducation.com/highered/product/auditing-assurance-services-louwers-blay/M9781259573286.html
This course helps students to develop written and oral communication competencies. Your grade will reflect your ability to communicate. An excellent resource for professional accountants is May, C. A., & May, G. S. (2009). Effective Writing: A Handbook for Accountants (8th ed). Pearson Prentice Hall. This book has been updated several times, and there are thousands of copies in circulation. You can buy one used for under $10.
One popular method for considering business ethics is “Giving Voice to Values”. If you are interested in becoming a better accountant who is less susceptible to unethical behavior, you may find the following to be helpful: Gentile, M. C. (2010). Giving Voice to Values: How to speak your mind when you know what’s right. Yale University Press.