Welcome

    Peter Rivera
Assistant Professor and
Business Department Head

Taconic 210A
X 8381
rivera@sunydutchess.edu
 

 

Peter Rivera

 
  Office Hours - Fall 2010
   
Monday    3:00 -   3:50
Tuesday  10:00 - 10:50
Wednesday  11:00 - 11:50
Thursday  10:00 - 10:50

Other times by appointment

 

  Personal Background
   
  • Fordham University College of Business Administration, Bachelor of Science majoring in Accounting, 1978

  • New York University, Master of Business Administration majoring in Finance, 1985

  • Certified Public Accountant, 1980

  • Certified Managerial Accountant, 1984 (inactive)

  • 20+ years of financial industry experience culminating as Managing Director and Global Head of Credit Exposure Management for Deutsche Bank

  • Develops and presents credit risk management seminars for financial industry professionals

 

  Professional Staff Development Presentations
  Financial Engineering as Alchemy - March 6, 2009

 

  BUS 104 - Business Organization & Management
 
  Syllabus - Fall 2008 - This syllabus is specific to the section taught by me.

 

  ACC 104 - Financial Accounting
    Course Outline - Fall 2010 - This is the standardized course-wide syllabus which includes the homework assignments which all students are required to complete.

Syllabus - Fall 2010 - This syllabus is specific to sections taught by me and is in addition to the course-wide syllabus in the Course Outline above.

Team Project Document - Fall 2009 - This team project is applicable only to the sections taught by me.

QUIZ PREPS
Quiz Preps are provided as an outline of the key concepts from the chapter.
They are not intended to be comprehensive or exhaustive.
Quizzes may include material from the classroom lectures, the text or the homework assignments.

Chapter 1 - Introduction to Financial Statements (updated Fall 2008)

Chapter 2 - A Further Look at Financial Statements (updated Fall 2010)

Chapter 3 - The Accounting Information System (updated Fall 2009)

Chapter 4 - Accrual Accounting Concepts (updated Fall 2008)

Chapter 5 - Merchandising Operations (updated Fall 2009)

Chapter 6 - Reporting & Analyzing Inventory (updated Spring 2007)

Chapter 7 - Internal Control & Cash  (updated Spring 2007)

Chapter 8 - Reporting & Analyzing Receivables (updated Spring 2007)

Chapter 9 - Reporting & Analyzing Long-Lived Assets (updated Spring 2007)

Chapter 10 -Reporting & Analyzing Liabilities

Chapter 11 - Reporting & Analyzing Stockholders Equity (updated Spring 2007)

 

  BUS 101 - Business Mathematics
  Syllabus - Fall 2010 - This syllabus is specific to the section taught by me.

 

  ACC 204 - Managerial Accounting
    Course Outline - Spring 2011 - This is the standardized course-wide syllabus which includes the homework assignments which all students are required to complete.

Syllabus - Spring 2011 - This syllabus is specific to sections taught by me and is in addition to the course-wide syllabus in the Course Outline above.

Team Assignments - Spring 2010 - This team project is applicable only to the sections taught by me.

QUIZ PREPS
Quiz Preps are provided as an outline of the key concepts from the chapter.
They are not intended to be comprehensive or exhaustive.
Quizzes may include material from the classroom lectures, the text or the homework assignments.

There are 3 forms of Quiz Prep:

  • Printouts of PowerPoint slides in PDF form.
  • Audio review notes for the chapter that can be downloaded to any MP3 audio device or listened to on your PC.
  • An Audio/Visual presentation (the MP3 audio file with an animated presentation of the PPT handouts) through a PC's media player software (Windows Media Player).

Chapter 1 - Managerial Accounting (Spring 2011)

Chapter 2 - Job Order Cost Accounting (Spring 2010)

Chapter 3 - Process Cost Accounting (Spring 2011)

Chapter 4 - Activity Based Costing (Spring 2007)

Chapter 5 - Cost-Volume-Profit (Spring 2011)

Chapter 7 - Incremental Analysis (Spring 2011)

Chapter 9 - Budgetary Planning (Spring 2011)

Chapter 10 - Budgetary Control & Responsibility Accounting (Spring 2007)

Chapter 11 - Standard Costs and Balanced Scorecards (Spring 2010)

Chapter 13 - Statement of Cash Flows (spring 2007)