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Unformatted text preview: Emilia Skupiewska-Drozd Soc 716 Dr. Mindy Rhindress Program Evaluation Poll 1. Objectives Queens College is part of the CUNY family and offers its students various programs at the graduate and undergraduate level. The Accounting & Information Systems Department provides courses in accounting, information systems, business law, and taxation for accounting majors as well as those working towards other degrees. Accounting majors can prepare themselves for a career in public, private, or governmental accounting, or for teaching accountancy in secondary schools. The Accounting Department offers a variety of classes even though it doesn’t offer any specialization. Thus, students graduating from Queens College’s Graduate Program are well prepared and embrace a valuable general knowledge of accounting even without specialization in any one specific field. To obtain a specialization, students must attend a different school; one that would prepare them for a specific accounting path. 2. Results On February 15, 2011 a poll was conducted by the students in a Sociology class in order to assess students’ opinions about the school program in general and to evaluate their courses more specifically. The total sample was sixteen students. The results below include all sixteen participants unless otherwise noted. In the poll, students were asked eight questions about their school and the department. In this research paper I would like to focus on two particular questions that compare the overall...
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2011 for the course ACCT 202 taught by Professor H during the Spring '09 term at CUNY Queens.
- Spring '09