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41. Guam Community College: Accounting
purpose of the course is to teach students the able to demonstrate an understandingof accounting reporting for manufacturing activities, prepare financial
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... Contact us! Index ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTING The Accounting program prepares students for entry level positions in the accounting profession. Upon completion of the Associate of Science Degree program, students will have developed the necessary competencies for positions such as bookkeepers and semiprofessional accountants. For more information about the Business Department, or to contact instructors, click here A. General Education Requirements COURSE# COURSE CREDITS Windows Applications Principles of Economics Freshman English Any Math above MA100 Interpersonal Relations Any Social Science/Humanities course Total General Education Requirements B. Technical Requirements COURSE# COURSE CREDITS Accounting Principles I Accounting Principles II Accounting Principles III Federal Income Tax I Accounting on the Computer Any AC200 level course Total Technical Requirements COURSE# COURSE CREDITS Business Mathematics/Calculating Machines Introduction to Business Business Correspondence Spreadsheet Systems Business Law Application OA200 or SM200 level course
Total Credits Required
The one-year Certificate in Accounting Clerk program is designed to prepare students for employment in positions such as assistant bookkeeper, accounts receivable bookkeeper, accounts payable bookkeeper, payroll clerk, ledger clerk and accounting clerk.

42. 02/03 Academic Posts
actively in a wide range of research and scholarly activities. to face the challengeof the accounting and finance The appointee should be able to teach in at & 0270-0272-ACAD-BIG AD.htm
Lingnan University
A New Era for Liberal Arts Education Lingnan University is a liberal arts institution in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region which offers honours bachelor degrees and postgraduate programmes up to doctoral level. The University seeks to provide its students with an education in the liberal arts tradition from both East and West. It takes a whole-person approach to education which enables its students to think, judge, care and, ultimately, act responsibly in the changing circumstances of Hong Kong, the region and the world. Besides teaching, faculty members engage actively in a wide range of research and scholarly activities. Applications are now invited for the following posts which will be tenable from mid-August 2003: (1) Professor / Associate Professor / Assistant Professor
Department of Accounting and Finance
(Post Ref.: 0268/ACCT) The Department offers two streams of studies: accounting and finance. It is committed to producing graduates with the capacity and the latest theoretical and practical knowledge to face the challenge of the accounting and finance professions in an increasingly complex business environment.

43. Campus Clubs
together to improve the science of management accounting. minimum) volunteering withdental related activities in the students of SLCC and to teach by example
ADVISOR: Spencer Graves 284-1924 sgraves@udc.state:ut PURPOSE: The Arm Wrestling Club is organized as a fun competitive way to strengthen muscles. Rules, techniques, and local competitions will be provided. Practice is every Monday and Thursday at 1:00 pm in the LAC building. A-4 CLUB (AFRICAN AMERICAN AWARENESS ASSOCIATION
ADVISOR: Deron Hutchinson 957-6065 PURPOSE: The African-American Awareness Association is a club that was formed to increase the strength of community relations and cultural awareness between Salt Lake Community College, its community and African-Americans.
ADVISOR: Eric R. Lynn 957-4865 (URS 1-800-346-4128 PURPOSE: ALS was organized to help students who are hearing develop their skills in the American Sign Language and to help introduce them to the deaf culture. ASIAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION (ASA)
ADVISOR: Huy K. Ngo 957-4447

44. Meera Freeman Online
1990 present Established 1990 to teach busy people how to plan telegraphic transfersand proof reading French texts, accounting activities, making housing and
Born and resides in Melbourne Experience
2002 October
Inaugural gastronomic tour of Morocco.
September - The Vietnamese Cookbook revised and republished by Black Inc. Books under the new title "The Flavours of Vietnam."
Invited to attend the Annual Couscous Fest - an international cous cous competition in San Vito Lo Capo, Sicily - as a member of the Jury with Italian and International food writers.
Opened Kin Kao Licensed Asian Cafe at 30 Cato St. Prahran. 1998 Television presenter
1990 Food Consultant
Work as a food consultant covers five distinct areas: Cooking School. 1990 - present
Established 1990 to teach busy people how to plan, prepare and cook exciting, delicious food - simply and easily. Regular courses include Italian (beginners through to level 4), Thai (beginners and advanced) and Vietnamese. These run four nights a week for classes of 12 - 15 students. Special, one-off courses in North African and Middle Eastern cuisine are available on request. Also invited as guest teacher to other cooking schools in country areas, interstate and overseas. For example, a 4 city cooking tour of New Zealand in 1996 featured all types of cuisines in repertoire.

45. Government Contract Finance And Accounting For Non-Financial Managers
narrow scrutinizing the day to day activities in finance Pre-award cost issues;Cost accounting Systems; Direct It's a formidable package to teach - a package
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Non-Financial Managers 2003 Dates and Locations:

April 2-3, 2003
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October 8-9, 2003
Washington, DC
AMA Conference Center
This Course is
Eligible for
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(50 minute) (CPE) hours of credit. More CLE Info Registration Fee Daily Schedule 9:00a.m.-4:00p.m. This course is designed especially for non-financial managers, administrators, technical professionals, executives, legal counsel, and line and staff personnel who must understand the contract cost, accounting, and financial aspects of government contracting. Its purpose is to increase your overall effectiveness as a contract professional. The course approach is both wide - focusing on the big picture and how the entire system works, and narrow - scrutinizing the day to day activities in finance and accounting contract issues. If you work with government contracts, you will benefit from clear, non-technical explanations in areas such as:
  • Pre-award cost issues
  • Cost Accounting Systems
  • Direct and Indirect costs
  • Cost pools
  • Contract funding
  • Progress payments
  • Incurred costs
  • Scope changes
  • Audits
  • Closeouts
Compressed to essence, much of this course is concerned with financial controls - what controls are generated and should be generated, what figures and reports mean, and what managerial responses are called for. It's a formidable package to teach - a package requiring a person with special knowledge, special experience, and - of prime importance - special instructional ability. And that summarizes the background and skills of our Course Director, Charles Wilkins of KPMG in Washington, D.C.

46. Particulars For Lecturers In The Department Of Management Studies
and to participate in research activities initiated by Candidates should be competentto teach three (3 Unit of Administration and accounting, Departments of
INFORMATION SPECIFIC TO THE POSTS OF SENIOR LECTURER AND LECTURER IN THE DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES, CAVE HILL CAMPUS - BARBADOS SENIOR LECTURER/LECTURER IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND EVALUATION Preference will be given to candidates who hold a doctoral degree in a relevant area, with substantial practical experience in the field of Project Management and Evaluation. Candidates should be competent to offer graduate level courses in four (4) of the following:
  • Project Monitoring and Evaluation Social and Environmental Impact Assessment Human Resource, Negotiations and Conflict Management Project Procurement and Contract Management Quantitative and Qualitative Methods of Project Evaluation Project Financial Management
Competence in Computer Applications in Project Management and Evaluation, ability to supervise field work projects, and to offer innovative perspectives to the discipline would be an advantage.
SENIOR LECTURER/LECTURER IN MARKETING Candidates should normally hold a Ph.D. or D.B.A. and have a proven record of teaching and research.

47. UMass Dartmouth - Error
oncampus programs to assist accounting majors in organization primarily endeavorsto teach members and speakers and seminars, social activities, and meetings
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48. Training And Instruction
Our Seminars Classes will teach You How to use the latest LYTEC Medical XE features.How to properly set up a practice. u CD 2—Daily accounting activities.

49. Business And Technology > Financial Applications Resources
Century 21. Advanced accounting activities. Stock Game. EduStock. An educationalweb page to teach what the stock market is and how it can work. Business Math.
Financial Applications
Lesson Plans
Includes bulletin board ideas for accounting. Resources Lesson plans, activities, links Century 21 First year accounting actvities Century 21 Advanced accounting activities Stock Game for educators (tutorial) Stock Game all ages Stock Learning Center everything you want to know about stocks EduStock An educational web page to teach what the stock market is and how it can work Business Math lesson plans for Business Math and Applied Math Jumpstart Coalition Personal financial literacy ***FREE*** "How Chuck Taylor Got What He Wanted and You Can Too"
Due to a partnership with Republic Mortgage Insurance Company, the Jump$tart Coalition may order the these books free of charge by having a contact person for the district contact Mrs. Julie McAdory, Consumer Credit Counseling Service Manager, with the name of the school or place receiving books, street address, contact person's name, and phone number. Mrs. McAdory may be contacted at:
Consumer Credit Counseling Service, Hattiesburg, MS
Fax: (601 544-2230

50. Administration Content
supervising multifunction accounting department, experience Faculty (Philosophy)To teach Logic and Graduate Assistantships (Student activities) Starts Aug.

51. Job Vacancies @ FSU
accounting and Cost accounting. Each faculty member is expected to teach 12 semesterhours, engage in scholarly and professional activities, and participate in
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Practical Nurse II SALARY GRADE SALARY RANGE DESCRIPTION OF WORK MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS Graduation from a state accredited program of practical nurse education and one year of practical nurse experience, which includes advanced or in-service training in the area to which assigned; or graduation from a state accredited program of practical nurse education including a pharmacology course, or completion of an approved pharmacology course upon graduation, which provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed for the administration of medications required by the work setting (typically in a hospital, infirmary, or mental retardation center); or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Licensed to practice as a practical nurse in North Carolina by the N.C. Board of Nursing.

52. Coffeyville Community College - Catalog
the applications of mathematical concepts in business activities is another 07.154Computerized accounting. This course is designed to teach how the computer
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A student’s class choices should be planned with the requirements of the transfer institution in mind. See your advisor for enrollment information and transfer institution requirements. Recommended Accounting Emphasis Courses
  • 07.131 Accounting I (3 credit hours) 07.132 Accounting II (3 credit hours) 07.221 Managerial Accounting (3 credit hours) 06.220 Cost Accounting (3 credit hours) 07.201 Psychology of Business (3 credit hours) 45.205 Principles of Economics I (3 credit hours) 45.206 Principles of Economics II (3 credit hours) 27.250 Elementary Statistics OR
    27.240 Statistical Process Control (3 credit hours) 07.260 Business Law I (3 credit hours)
Recommended Business and Computer Technology Courses
  • 07.100 Keyboarding I (2 credit hours) 07.101 Keyboarding II (3 credit hours) 07.116 Fundamentals of Business (3 credit hours) 07.168 Team Building (3 credit hours) 07.190 Microcomputer Applications I: Word (3 credit hours) 07.190 Microcomputer Applications I: Internet (3 credit hours) 07.276 Presenting with Multimedia (3 credit hours)

53. Accounting: Sandler, Powell, Jacobs & Berlin, LLP Certified Public Accountants:
To sell at high prices you must teach your customer why and how your is a principalplace of businessthe management or administrative activities test, and
In This Issue . . . Knowledge Centered Selling
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How many times have customers told you your "price was to high?" I can tell you right now, it's not that your price is to high, its because the value of your solution is too low in the customers mind. Raise the perceived value of your solution and you will sell easily at high prices.
You've heard we're in the information age, most of us thought that meant that everything was going to be run by computers. Well they help, but computers are not what the information age is really about. The real value of the information age is your ability to pass on knowledge on how to use your product at the moment it is needed.
When you provide your prospects and customers information on how to best use your products or services you will teach them how to improve their life. When customers use that knowledge they are showing wisdom. Now be honest, haven't you always thought your customers who buy your best offers to be wiser then most. Now you have a name for it, Knowledge Centered Selling. Customers who live a better life because of you are loyal and high dollar buyers.
To sell at high prices you must teach your customer why and how your solution will work for them. The teaching can be done with mailings, faxing, personal contact, audio or videocassettes, even public speaking about your product features and their real value to the customer. The process of "Knowledge Centered Selling" increases the perceived value of your product or service allowing you to sell more to the confused prospect and definitely allowing you to charge higher prices.

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55. Adult Education Computing
control systems, journalizing transactions, and payroll accounting. The coursewareused to teach this class is the concepts, skills and activities required to

56. Acc 683 Topics In Accounting Information Systems (Spring, 1999)
If you do not enjoy such activities, I would strongly the preponderance of computerisedsystems in accounting and the am here to help you learn, not to teach.
Acc 683. Topics in Accounting Information Systems (Spring, 1999)
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Welcome to Acc 683, and to the world of modeling accounting information systems. In this course, we will study the modeling of accounting systems primarily from the perspective of Object-Oriented framework. The course, as usual in the programme, will be a healthy mix of theoretical, applied, and hands-on materials. We will study certain advanced features of the Java programming language (such as file/data streams Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) , and basic awt as well as swing classes), building on the material we studied during the fall semester in Acc 681 and Acc 682. In conjunctions with Acc 680, we will also apply our knowledge in the area of servelets , the Document Object Model (DOM) , and Enterprise Java Beans in order to develop software components for accounting systems. The underpinning for the entire course is provided by the Unified Modeling Language (UML) studied through the CASE tool Paradigm Plus In the fall semester, we had avoided all use of fancy Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) and Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) while programming in Java. Now that you have a good background in the Java programming language, this semester I strongly encourage you to use any IDE you wish to use. In the Arthur Andersen Lab, you will find a rich set of IDEs including Sun's

57. Teaching Catholic Ethics In The Accounting Discipline
be completed in order to teach the fourth to ensure that the accounting records accuratelyand fairly represent companies’ financial activities.

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by Shirley Polejewski
Department of Accounting There are four interrelated levels from which to teach accounting: economics, measurement theory, mechanics, and ethical behavior. The economic relationships among investors, creditors, managers and auditors demand relevant and reliable measures of the earning power and the solvency of the organization. From this demand, a second level of teaching introduces students to measurement theory. This level provides measures of earning power and solvency, known as the conceptual or theoretical foundation of accounting, and at this level here underlies the procedures that lead to the financial statements. The mechanical level, which is the third level of teaching, consists of procedures used to prepare financial statements. These first three levels of teaching accounting should be completed in order to teach the fourth level of accounting, which is known as the transformation level or the teaching of business ethics. The attempt to understand problems in business and to develop a set of principles that are valid and applicable is not easy. In fact, some cases are so complex that they seem to defy solutions in terms of our grasp of ethical principles. Most of the day-by-day problems in business can be solved, but some thinkers deny this possibility.

58. Management Accounting Quarterly - Table Of Contents - Subscribers
rules for research and development activities are based They suggest accounting forR D in the same manner MBA core course they team teach, called Operational
Editor's Letter
By Kathy Williams Project Management on the Flythe Road to Nowhere
By Louis J. Sarasohn, CPA, CIA, CISA, and Michael S. Luehlfing, CMA, CPA, Ph.D.
To be successful, a project must be grounded in an appropriate implementation strategy and must be managed properly from the outset. Otherwise, it is doomed to fail. In this case study of a multinational insurance company, the authors show what happens when a project isn't managed correctly and offer some advice on how to make things right. Download article
By Larry Walther, CMA, Ph.D., and Sue Strickland, CPA
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Teaching Business as a System
By Joseph F. Castellano, Ph.D.; Saul Young, Ph.D.; and Harper A. Roehm, DBA, CPA
In 1999, IMA released a new Practice Analysis, Counting More, Counting Less, that described the changing roles of management accountants and the knowledge, skills, and abilities now required of them. In response, three professors at the University of Dayton revamped the MBA core course they team teach, called "Operational Systems." Here they present the rationale, framework, and topics they used to revise the course so they could teach business as a system. Download article SOP Mandates Capitalization of Advertising Costs
By Dale L. Flesher, CMA, CFM, CPA; Margaret Hoskins, CPA; and James H. Thompson, CPA

59. SUNY Geneseo Payroll And Personnel Services - Vacancy Listings
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60. Fundraising And Development Trainings
The session will also address the accounting of fundraising resource providers byreflecting fundraising activities in the This session will teach you how to

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