Extractions: Mitchell College ===========General Principles - Icebreakers =========== Each class is divided into groups of three or four students, who start their own businesses by investing a sum of money. They continue through the Accounting Cycle. Employees payroll is added, as well as bank reconciliation and the depreciation of tangible assets. This helps reinforce the concept of the Accounting Cycle, and also sparks interest in operating a small business. It enhances creativity and competitiveness as each group wants its business to be the best and its project to excel.
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Extractions: The business department offers many opportunities for students who wish to pursue a career in business, such as accounting, banking, clerical and computer related. High School Courses Available Accounting I Accounting II This course is a continuation of Accounting I, involving more advanced problems. Departmentalized accounting, general accounting adjustments, corporation accounting, management accounting, cost accounting, partnership accounting and not-for-profit accounting are studied. Computerized accounting activities are used throughout the course. Pre-Requisite: Pre-Requisite: C or better in Accouting I, Grades 11-12, 1 Unit Computer Applications (Required) The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with the computer. Students will become familiar with the basics of Windows 95 and Microsoft Office. By learning this software package, students will understand the basic concepts of windows, word processing, spreadsheets and presentations. Students will also utilize the internet and the World Wide Web. Pre-Requisite: Keyboarding, Grades 9-12, 1/2 Unit Computer Applications II This course will go in-depth into Microsoft Office. Students will be prepared to take the MOUS tests to become certified in Microsoft Office. Students will also work with graphics in Photoshop and desktop publishing in MS Publisher. Pre-Requisite: C or better in Computer Applications, Grades 10-12, 1 Unit
Borthick On Draft AACSB Accounting Standards Jane F. Mutchler, cc Fenwick Huss, Phil Reckers A. Faye Borthick September 17, 2002 Comments on 8/8/02 Draft of Proposed AACSB accounting Standards Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the proposed AACSB accounting standards. considered part of the discipline , even if they are not officially designated as "accounting" activities. hire doctoral graduates to teach in accounting programs, which may be in http://www.gsu.edu/~accafb/BorthickAACSBAcctComments.htm
Extractions: cc: Fenwick Huss, Phil Reckers From: A. Faye Borthick Date: September 17, 2002 Re: Comments on 8/8/02 Draft of Proposed AACSB Accounting Standards Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the proposed AACSB accounting standards. My comments appear below by standard. My suggestions for changes appear in bold Standard Aspect Comment Statement of standard The term "instructional development" seems unnecessarily limiting because it represents just one aspect of the scholarship of teaching and learning (SOTL), as the area has come to be known, first through the work of the Boyer Commission and now more generally. I believe a better term would be "scholarshiop of teaching and learning". Then the standard could be written as: Standard 11: The accounting faculty, as a whole, is actively involved in making intellectual contributions in the areas of basic scholarship, applied scholarship, and the scholarship of teaching and learning
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Extractions: MOVING TOWARD HIGH PERFORMANCE The Increasingly Complex Role of the Professional Accountant For nearly 100 years accountants, educators, and government regulators have deliberated on the exact nature of the activities and responsibilities of accountants. Are accountants bookkeepers or consultants? Are their skills technical or judgmental? Are they engineers or artists? What is the extent of their liability in collecting and reporting financial information? Understanding the jobs of accountants is further complicated both by wildly differing public perceptions of their roles and by changing technologies and service markets that have had profound effects on what accountants are able to do and what is expected of them. Given a "plethora of civil liability and criminal lawsuits against CPA firms" that emerged as a result of accountants' often conflicting roles, the accounting community has been quick to realize that their duties entail more than technical financial reporting (Olson, 1982, p. 15). The public, often vacillating between over- and underestimating the depth and breadth of a profession whose services only begin with financial reporting, created a dubious role for the auditor.
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Extractions: The following is a list of course requests posted by potential students ordered by Date . If you are looking for a class to take and have not been able to find a suitable match in our course catalog , then try posting a request for the course. Page 1 of 44 Subject Department Request Date Fee ... Distance Education Program Development and Management (2 replies) Education Instruction Examining the principles, procedures and costs involved in designing,implementing and managing an effective Distance Education Program: Designed for school administrators, HR managers or/and trainers ... Canadian History ... Ged Preperation (2 replies) Online Learning FREE Online Class Online preperation for standard GED test ...
Extractions: CPRE Policy Brief: Helping Teachers Teach Well: Transforming Professional Development - June 1995 In most districts, professional development is thought of almost exclusively in terms of formal education activities, such as courses or workshops. Several times a year, school administrators release students for a half or full day and hold an "in-service" program that may or may not be relevant to teachers' professional development needs. These programs may feature experts who speak to all teachers on a "hot" topic or they may consist of a number of simultaneous workshops offered by "trainers" (recruited from other districts, the university, or the state education department), with teachers choosing the sessions they wish to attend. Teachers typically spend a few hours listening and, at best, leave with some practical tips or some useful materials. There is seldom any follow-up to the experience and subsequent in-services may address entirely different sets of topics. District activities are often supplemented by the participation of limited numbers of teachers in professional conferences, workshops offered by regional service agencies or state education agencies, and summer workshops offered by a variety of sponsors. Teachers working in categorical programs receive more of these opportunities because funding is available and special programs are provided for them by state and regional agencies. The amount of this activity depends, in part, on a district's fiscal resources. Who attends depends on the initiative of individual teachers, and on their relationship with school and district administrators, or their willingness to pay their own way.
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Extractions: Jump to... FORMS License requests Request materials COURSES News and updates Course listings Feed schedules Preview a course E-bulletin PROGRAMS Program listings Live satellite events Feed schedules TRAINING Find a course Career skills Professional dev GED preparation Workplace skills SERVICES Going the Distance LiteracyLink PBS YOU ABOUT ALS Membership PBS stations Contact us Technical support Distance learning About ALS Course description Goals and objectives TeleWEBcourse option Program descriptions: Principles, Part 1 Principles, Part 2 Financial Managerial The profession of accounting is evolving in response to changes in business, economics, technology, and workforce diversity. These changes are in turn influencing what we teach and how we teach accounting. Accounting in Action addresses these changes by bringing together the real worlds of business and accounting and connecting them to accounting concepts, principles and practices. The course supports either of the major approaches to accounting: principles of accounting, with a heavier emphasis on finance
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Extractions: (NO CALLS PLEASE) 60% Financial and Accounting Performing all accounting activities of office including billing, cash receipts and banking, maintain chart of accounts, data entry into accounting system, analyze and maintain general ledger accounts, review and audit financial and accounting transactions, and monitor accounts receivable and accounts payable. Develop and input budget data. Monitor and track performance against budget, provide explanations of deviations. Preparing the monthly and annual financial reports, including income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements. Analyzing current financial status. Analyze and resolve financial issues facing the organization. Taxation Responsible for all tax matters associated with the organization and its tax exemption. Insure timely filing of all required tax returns, from the organizations annual tax return (990), to federal and at least two state withholding and unemployment filings Invoicing partners and tracking corporate partner dues Manage state registration for individual membership fundraising activities 10% Human Resources and Administration Train new personnel in finance and operations departments.
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Extractions: Research and Learning Centers at the University of Illinois are designed to address the needs of students, faculty, and practicing professionals by providing teaching, research, and service programs in a variety of fields. These programs are designed to afford learning opportunities for students, advance faculty research, and offer practical solutions to the problems of business and industry. The College of Commerce Office of Research currently operates eleven such centers. Office of Accounting Research (OAR) Paul Beck, Director The office was founded in 1983 to coordinate, facilitate, and disseminate the results of research endeavors in the field of accounting. Its activities include two major symposia, a research forum and professional speaker series, and a lecture series. Office for Banking Research (OBR)
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