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LAS POSITAS COLLEGE BUSINESS 1B – PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II FALL SEMESTER 2009 COURSE SYLLABUS CLASS INFORMATION: Section VO1, CRN 21467 meets as follows: I will arrive at class about 10 – 15 minutes early for setup and to meet with students. INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION: Bob D’Elena - MS, CTEC Certified Office: Building 2100, Room 2147 Office Hours: Mon 1:00 – 2:40 pm; Tues 10:40 – 11:30 am; Wed 1:00 – 2:15 pm; Thurs 5:50 – 6:15 pm (in room 2147 or 2480) Other times by appointment, please ask Phone: (925) 424-1227 - I check voice-mail occasionally Email: - I check email daily COURSE INFORMATION: Per Class-Web : 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 costs. Emphasis on analysis and use of accounting within the organization. Prerequisite: Business 1A (completed with a grade of “C” or higher). STUDENT TEXTS: Textbook : Accounting, 7 th Edition , 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 and CD-ROM are included with the text Working Papers are now online and at the publisher’s website OTHER RESOURCES ; ; BlackBoard XL0E-B1EI-401Y-5802 STUDENT SUPPLIES: Pocket ruler 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 5 Scantrons Package of 8 ½ x 11 straight edge paper for notes, class problems and homework Syllabus.Fall 1
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LAS POSITAS COLLEGE BUSINESS 1B – PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II FALL SEMESTER 2009 ATTENDANCE: Regular attendance is necessary for learning a subject like Accounting. It is assumed that each student will consider attendance an absolute requirement . An attendance sheet will be circulated during both the lecture and lab to confirm attendance . It is the student’s responsibility to sign in at each class session. Since class participation will count toward your final grade, you must be in attendance in order to participate. Excessive absences could affect your class participation grade since you will not be in class to complete the assigned work. The instructor MAY drop a student absent for a total of four consecutive or six cumulative
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