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ACC 211 - D04Principles of Accounting I2021 Fall 12WCourse InformationAccounting provides the techniques for accumulating economic data andthe format for communicating such data to various categories of individualsand institutions. Whether we are employers, employees, creditors, bankers,managers, investors or consumers, it is essential that we be familiar withthe language of business, i.e. accounting. This course is designed to givethe beginning business student a general understanding of the purpose ofaccounting, the capacity to perform basic accounting functions, and aworking knowledge in financial statement preparation.This is an asynchronous course which means it will be completelyonline but you do have specific due dates.TNCC Support for Online StudentsAs of August 9, 2021, there is an indoor mask requirement for all students,faculty, staff, and visitors in college-owned or leased spaces, regardless ofvaccination status.Instructor InformationName: Kelly HinesEmail: [email protected]Office Hours:I will be holding regularly-scheduled online office hours via Zoom. Feel free to join methere as often as you need!Mon and Wed 9:00-10:30 am atTuesdays 12:30-5:30 pm at
On campus by appointment only. Must schedule 24 hours in advance.Office Location: Diggs 105Phone: (757) 825-3667Academic Division InformationDivision: Arts, Business, Humanities and Social Science (ABHS)Email Address: [email protected]Communication PoliciesStudents are encouraged to communicate with their instructors via Canvas.When communicating outside of Canvas by email, students must use theirThomas Nelson/VCCS e-mail account when contacting their instructor, otheroffices at the college, or interacting with classmates. When communicatingwith instructors outside of Canvas, students should include the course andsection number in text of the message. Students are responsible for checkingtheir Canvas inbox and their Thomas Nelson/VCCS e-mail account regularly,daily at a minimum. Students are encouraged to add communicationpreferences to their Canvas account settings and to get messages forwardedto the communication methods they use most. For more information on howto set your Canvas communication preferences, review the Canvas Guides,located under "Help" on the Canvas sidebar.Instructor Email Response PolicyEmail from students will be returned by the instructor within 24 hours duringweekdays and within 48 hours on weekends.Course Description and Credit Hours(3 credits) Prerequisite(s): ENG 111 eligible or ENG 111/EDE 111 eligible, MTH 111eligible. Introduces accounting principles with respect to financial reporting.Demonstrates how decision makers use accounting information for reporting purposes.Focuses on the preparation of accounting information and its use in the operation oforganizations, as well as methods of analysis and interpretation of accounting
information. A laboratory co-requisite (ACC 213) may be required as identified by thecollege. Lecture 3 hours per week.

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