ACCTLAP2 - BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND INFORMATION...

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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYACCOUNTING SERVICES CURRICULUMCOURSE: Accounting IINAME: ____________________________DATE COURSE STARTED: __________________DATE COURSE COMPLETED: __________________INSTRUCTOR'S SIGNATURE:_________________________________________________ATTENTION: This packet serves as an overall directive for the above course. It includes information on everything you need to do to successfully complete the course. Please read everything in it and complete all assignments. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate toconsult the classroom manager or your instructor.LAPpage 1Accounting IIFUNDAMENTALSOFACCOUNTINGCourse 2
Business, Management, & Administration ClusterAccounting II SyllabusCourse Title:Accounting IICourse Number:8108Pre-requisite:Accounting ILength:1 Carnegie Unit(55 class periods theory/120 class periods lab)Possible Career Outcome: Billing Clerk, Accounts Receivable Clerk, Payroll Accounting Clerk, Accounts Payable Clerk, Full Charge Bookkeeper, Financial & Investment Planning, Financial AssistantCourse Description: This course will provide students with a strong foundation in advanced accounting principles and techniques needed for success in careers in accounting or other business related fields.Specific Learning Competencies- Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:1.Perform accounting for promissory notes2.Perform accounting for valuation of receivables, inventory and plant and equipment3.Perform accounting for partnerships and corporations4.Perform accounting for decision making and manufacturing5.Understand ethics in accounting6.Perform math computations utilizing a 10-key calculatorInstruction: (Based on 175 class periods)55 class periodsTheory120 class periods Lab/Certification Preparation and AttainmentMethods of Instruction include:Self-guided reading and hands-on applications.Required Certifications:ODCTE: Full Charge Bookkeeper orBrainbench: Bookkeeping FundamentalsREQUIRED TEXT, REFERENCES, AND MATERIALSTexts:Fundamentals of Accounting Course I, Gilbertson, Lehman, Ross, Thomson Learning, ISBN #0-538-72808-6 (Chapters 14-16 only)Zenith Global Imports Simulationpacket.Fundamentals of Accounting Course II, Gilbertson, Lehman, Ross, Thomson Learning, ISBN #0-538-72816-7, with Working PapersTronics, Inc. Automated Accounting Simulation, Thomson Learning,ISBN #0-538-97291-2Materials:Automated Accounting 8 softwareEvaluationLAPpage 2Accounting II
Performance Objective: The student will demonstrate competency in desktop publishing and graphic design by correctly completing the assignments listed in the LAP and scoring 85% or above on all exams and projects. The student will be evaluated on the completion of each stated assignment in the LAP. Test and project grades willbe recorded and combined with other scores for the grading period. These grades are weighted at 70% of student's final grade for each nine-week period. (See Program Handbook)NOTE:The student must score 85% or above on each test and project to proceed to the next section of the course.

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