LAS POSITAS COLLEGE
BUSINESS 1B – PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II
FALL SEMESTER 2009
Section VO1, CRN 21467 meets as follows:
I will arrive at class about 10 – 15 minutes early for setup and to meet with students.
Bob D’Elena - MS, CTEC Certified
Building 2100, Room 2147
1:00 – 2:40 pm;
10:40 – 11:30 am;
1:00 – 2:15 pm;
– 6:15 pm (in room 2147 or 2480)
Other times by appointment, please ask
(925) 424-1227 -
I check voice-mail occasionally
I check email daily
Corporations, long-term liabilities, investments, income tax, manufacturing
accounting, cost accounting, cost-volume-profit, break-even analysis, capital expenditures, funds
and cash flow, analysis of financial statements, segment evaluation, budgeting and standard
Emphasis on analysis and use of accounting within the organization.
Business 1A (completed with a grade of “C” or higher).
, by Horngren, Harrison, (cover chapters 13 – 25, ex. 20).
This is the last semester we will use this edition of the text
Student Study Guide
are included with the text
are now online and at the publisher’s website
Hand-held, basic four-function calculator (no cell phone calculators)
Pencil with eraser for class and homework problems
Blue or green pen or pencil for corrections
Package of 8 ½ x 11 straight edge paper for notes, class problems and homework