ACCT461 Final Course Presentation Instructions
In the ACCT461 senior project, students submit an extensive amount of written analytical work addressing six case studies carefully selected from the course textbook. The course Doc Sharing tab contains a document titled “ACCT461 Case Study Instructions” explaining the detailed requirements for these case studies. In addition to the six case studies, students must also separately complete and individually deliver one graded oral presentation, listed in the course Syllabus as the Final Course Presentation, during Week 8. This document provides the instructions for the Final Course Presentation. However, if you have not already done so, please be sure to first review the “ACCT461 Case Study Instructions”, available in Doc Sharing, before subsequently reviewing these instructions for the final course presentation. The case study instructions will separately provide some important background to help you better understand the requirements of the Final Course Presentation instructions detailed in this document. Description
For the Week 8 Final Course Presentation, each student will individually produce and orally deliver a PowerPoint presentation discussing one of the six case studies worked during the accounting senior project course. It’s the student’s choice as to which one of the six case studies to present for the Final Course Presentation. Students taking this course onsite will orally present their Final Course Presentation, using their own set of PowerPoint slides, in the classroom to the professor and classmates during the Week 8 class meeting. Students taking this course online will prepare their PowerPoint presentation by additionally implementing the audio narration feature built into PowerPoint. Further detail is explained below under Requirements. Requirements
Onsite course: onsite students will orally present a 10-minute PowerPoint presentation “live” in the classroom during class time...
Citations: should be noted, as appropriate.
Total Points for Case Study Presentation
The overall quality of the Final Course Presentation will meet or exceed all of the above requirements to earn the maximum point score.
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