:: PRIN ACCTG II
01/13/2014 - 03/05/2014
Course delivery is generally through the use of Internet contents and virtual office meetings. Students MUST check Hawaii.edu emails regularly to keep up with announcements, homework, assignments, exams, etc.
Please check your MYUH portal account regularly for announcements about class cancellations and UH system announcements.
Course announcements are posted directly on to our Laulima course site; however, students will also receive messages on their MyUH portal (your hawaii.edu email account). You should check the website or your MyUH for recent announcements.
This course will also be using Schoology.com to facilitate assignments, discussions, projects, etc. Course updates will be posted to the course webpage. Students are encouraged to activate the notification preferences for prompt information.
Both asynchronous and synchronous modes will be used in this course. Students are encouraged to work at their own pace, asynchronously. However, certain situations may call for synchronicity, such as group projects and tutoring sessions.
If you have a disability and have not voluntarily disclosed the nature of your disability and the support you need, you are invited to contact the Student Services at your respective campuses through the following link: http://www.hawaii.edu/kokua/UHDSProviders.htm
Important Registration and Withdrawal Deadline Information
01/12/2014 Last day to register
N/A Last day to receive 100% tuition refund
01/23/2014 Last day to receive 50% tuition refund
01/23/2014 Last day to drop (No "W" on transcript)
02/12/2014 Last day to withdraw from class ("W" on transcript)
ACCOUNTING PROGRAM’S STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES (PSLO):
1. Convey financial information clearly and appropriately to the audience and purpose.
2. Organize, analyze, interpret, and present timely and accurate financial information.
3. Apply accounting principles and techniques as needed.
4. Use standard and emerging technologies to perform basic office functions and to improve quality and productivity.
5. Maintain professional and personal development.
6. Demonstrate work attitude, behavior, and appearance that contribute to continued employability.
7. Use critical thinking skills that reflect legal and ethical standards and values of the accounting profession.
COURSE STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES (SLO):
1. Complete and explain the various steps of the accounting cycle.
2. Determine and explain the value of assets, liabilities, and owner’s equity according to generally acceptable accounting principles.
3. Prepare financial statements for a merchandising business.
4. Apply appropriate accounting principles to various forms of ownership.
"C" or higher in ACC 124.
This course introduces basic accounting principles and practices to a service and merchandising sole proprietorship.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
a)Demonstrate an understanding of the procedures involved in the basic accounting cycle
b)Apply those procedures to the recording and reporting of accounting data at the introductory level.
c)Maintain specialized journals and subsidiary ledgers,
d)Demonstrate an understanding of banking procedures and payroll accounting at the introductory level.
The Internet allows students to take a course at home using a personal computer. Familiarity with using a computer and basic Internet skills (browsing, sending e-mail, saving/sending files) is required. Students must have a computer with Internet access. Depending on the online course, students may be required to log in at a specific day and time or at anytime. Students taking an online course should always contact their instructor after registration or prior to the first day of class to get detailed information regarding the course.
MINIMUM COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS:
It is also required that you obtain a UH Email account. Please go to the following URL for more information: http://www.hawaii.edu/askus/563
Students will be allowed access to Schoology.com once they complete a series of introductory assignments related to technology skills and the course commitment.
The Accounting program has a trio of certificates tailored to accounting and entrepreneurship. The three certificates of completion are the Accounting Assistant, Accounting Office Assistant, and Entrepreneurship. These certificates are designed to immerse students of an accounting and entrepreneurial mindset and get them workforce ready in a short period of time. Classes are compressed into eight-week modules, and each certificate can be completed in as little as 24 weeks. All classes are conducted in an online learning environment, are collaborative, and intense. These are programs that are workforce-based and follow current and future hiring trends as it relates to skills aspired by employers on Kaua'i and abroad. Email: email@example.com for more information. 8 week courses available for Spring 2014 are: ACC 124, ACC 125, ACC 128, ACC/BUSN 193V, BLAW 200, ECOM 100, ICS 100, MGT 122, and SMKT 150.
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