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Motlow State Community College Syllabus1The mission of Motlow State Community College is to enrichand empower its students and the community it serves.ACCT 1010 Principles of Accounting IThis Course Outline is subject to change with noticeCredit Hours:3.0Prerequisite:Exemption from or completion of learning support competency courses OR withpermission of the Dean of Career and Technical Programs.Catalog Description:This course is an introduction to accounting principles, practices, and techniques with anemphasis on the preparation and reporting of financial statements.Students for Whom the Class is intended:Associate of Science/Arts Degree, Tennessee Transfer Pathwaysstudents pursuing thefollowing programs of study:Accounting, Business Administration, Economics,Information Systems, Management, Marketing, and Sports & Leisure ManagementAssociate of Science/Arts Degree, University Parallelstudents pursuing the followingprograms of study:Business Education and EntrepreneurshipAssociate of Applied Science, Business TechnologyMajorspursuing the followingconcentrations:Accounting, Business Office, and ManagementInstructor Information:Name, Rank, Credentials (MS, PhD, EdD, etc.)Office Location:Office:Phone:Email: [email protected]Office Hours:Required Textbook(s):Fall Textbooks:Business & Technology Fall Text book linkSpring Textbooks:Business & Technology Spring Text book link
Motlow State Community College Syllabus2Program Learning Outcomes:After completing the requirements of the Business Program, students will be able toStudents will demonstrate an understanding of fundamental business and/ortechnology related concepts and strategies.Students will demonstrate an understanding of fundamental managerial concepts andstrategies.Students will demonstrate an understanding of fundamental macroeconomics andmicroeconomics as they relate to social and business economic applications.Students will demonstrate an understanding of fundamental computer and/orinformation systems hardware and software applications in a business or technologyenvironment.Students will demonstration the ability to apply mathematical, quantitative, andinformation processing skills in problem solving and analysis, and presentation of datain a business and/or technology environment.Students will demonstrate a fundamental understanding of how legal and regulatorysystems affect business decision making.Students will demonstrate an understanding of the principles of written and oralcommunications.Students will demonstrate familiarity with social responsibility issues as they relate totechnology and business ethics, cultural diversity and global and environmentalconcerns.

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Term
Spring
Professor
Todd Walker
Tags
Accounting, Finance, Motlow State Community College

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