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Guam Community College: Accounting purpose of the course is to teach students the able to demonstrate an understandingof accounting reporting for manufacturing activities, prepare financial http://www.guamcc.net/eduprogram/Programs/Accounting.html
Extractions: Registration ... Contact us! Index ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTING The Accounting program prepares students for entry level positions in the accounting profession. Upon completion of the Associate of Science Degree program, students will have developed the necessary competencies for positions such as bookkeepers and semiprofessional accountants. For more information about the Business Department, or to contact instructors, click here A. General Education Requirements COURSE# COURSE CREDITS Windows Applications Principles of Economics Freshman English Any Math above MA100 Interpersonal Relations Any Social Science/Humanities course Total General Education Requirements B. Technical Requirements COURSE# COURSE CREDITS Accounting Principles I Accounting Principles II Accounting Principles III Federal Income Tax I Accounting on the Computer Any AC200 level course Total Technical Requirements COURSE# COURSE CREDITS Business Mathematics/Calculating Machines Introduction to Business Business Correspondence Spreadsheet Systems Business Law Application OA200 or SM200 level course
Faculty Positions Master s degree in accounting and significant professional to university students;teach undergraduate courses in teaching, scholarly activities and service. http://www.muw.edu/vpaa/facpos.htm
Extractions: A Tradition for Excellence for Women and Men Faculty Positions Mississippi University for Women, the first public college for women in America , has a national reputation for providing excellence in education for both women and men. MUW is ranked a Best Value by U.S. News and World Report in its 2004 guide America's Best Colleges. It is located in historic Columbus and on a campus boasting 23 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. The campus atmosphere is collegial and supportive of excellent teaching and learning. Accounting - Mississippi University for Women invites applications for two tenure-track positions in Accounting (rank open) beginning August, 2004. Courses to be covered include Advanced, Intermediate, Principles, Governmental and two Income Tax courses. Normal teaching load is 12 hours per semester. Scholarly activities and service are expected. Ph.D. and professional experience are minimum requirements for Assistant Professor rank. Master's degree in Accounting and significant professional experience (Preferably CPA credentials) required for Instructor status. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until positions are filled. Send a letter of application, curriculum vita, official transcripts and names/contact information for five references to: Office of Human Resources, 1100 College St, MUW-1609, Columbus, MS 39701. AA/EOE Gibbons Distinguished Professorship in Journalism
Executive Board Other activities Community Advisor (CA) for Eaton Lawther earn certification forPublic accounting and eventually the university level to teach after gaining http://www.bus.iastate.edu/bap/members.htm
Extractions: Our Executive Board organizes all club activities and events, including weekly meetings and is advised by Marv Bouillon. We meet prior to each weekly meeting to ensure members of Beta Alpha Psi are fully benefiting from our organization through our activities. If you have any suggestions, please email email@example.com . Additionally, we hold elections at the end of each semester. If you are interested, please contact us for more information. Holding an executive chair is an exciting opportunity that will allow you to meet lifetime contacts. President President - Elect Vice-President Vice-President - Elect Treasurer Fundraising Chair Membership Chair Public Relations Chair Reporting Chair Service Chair Social Chair VITA Coordinators firstname.lastname@example.org Senior Accounting and Finance
Extractions: Phone: (O8) 9368 2055 A keynote address delivered at the "Gambling Away Our Community" Conference sponsored by the Inter Church Gambling Taskforce and the Victorian Local Governance Association held at the Melbourne Town Hall on Friday 29 May 1998 Parallels are drawn between the alcohol and gaming industries and the application of harm minimisation strategies to "imprudent" gambling considered. The likely response of the gaming industry to such strategies is anticipated as is the need to address the structural incentives to gambling. When I was first approached to contribute to this conference I was asked to address two topics - the possible application of harm minimisation principles to problem gambling; and
Accounting And Finance - Welcome The primary mission of accounting and Finance is to teach and to ongoing processof self-evaluation and review of all accounting and Finance s activities. http://www.af.ecel.uwa.edu.au/
Extractions: New Students Units Undergraduate ... Staff PLEASE NOTE: The unit web pages for 1st Semester 2004 are now located: http://www.units.ecom.uwa.edu.au/ Undergraduate Booklist 1 Semester 2004 now available. (01/03/04) Please collect your Assignments from Semester 2 2003 as they will be destroyed on March 30 2004. Accounting and Finance is located within the Faculty of Economics and Commerce at The University of Western Australia Accounting and Finance is responsible for teaching and research in accounting, auditing, accounting information systems, taxation and finance. Accounting and Finance bears responsibility for accounting and finance subjects taught within the BCom and for the MAcc and MFin. Accounting and Finance also teaches within the MTax and MBA programmes. A substantial number of honours and postgraduate students study within Accounting and Finance. The primary mission of Accounting and Finance is to teach and to conduct pure and applied research so as to advance, transmit and sustain knowledge and understanding of accounting and related disciplines. To this end it must foster the intellectual values required for the discharge of these duties: the love of knowledge and teaching; the spirit of free inquiry in both critical and creative endeavours; the diligence and discipline of serious research and scholarship; the commitment to experiment; and the flexibility to modify beliefs in the light of evidence.
Economics Resources For College Teachers is a collection of information and web links showing activities to use in of MonetaryEconomics, Journal of Public Economics, Journal of accounting Economics http://ecedweb.unomaha.edu/teach-ec.htm
Extractions: Macro Data, Employment International Data Government Budgets and Debt ... Why Study Economics? This page is a collection of information and web links showing activities to use in economics classes and sites of other teachers of economics. For some specific suggestions about how to develop web projects for class, see our Web Teaching Ideas Page . If you have web pages for your classes or a website of teaching information that could be linked here, please let me know. Additional economics data sites are listed on the Economics Information page. Comments about EcEdWeb sosin at unomaha.edu University of NE at Omaha Department of Economics. Links to economic information Directory of Ph.D. programs in Economics Directory of Publishers Includes Academic Publishers, Computer Book Publishers, Scientific / Technical / Medical (STM) Publishers, Electronic Publishing Companies, Online Publishing Projects, and Other Commercial Publishers.
Project Introduction and having a greater appreciation of accounting and how it calculating, proofreading,and microcomputer skills into activities which teach business and http://www.educ.uidaho.edu/bustech/Project-Intro/IntroandRationale.htm
Extractions: The purpose of the Business Technology Curriculum guide is to provide business and marketing teachers teaching PT 270: Business Technology, or a related course, with stand alone modules that can be used to supplement their curriculum. The content is intended to align with the Idaho Business Education Standards. INTRODUCTION AND RATIONALE Business and Marketing teachers have less time and opportunity to teach traditional Business subjects. They are expected to teach computer applications and other technology courses but not accounting, basic business, business law, or office procedures. There are many reasons for these changes but, more importantly, business educators in Idaho, and throughout the nation, need to maintain the integrity of their programs by making certain that every student enrolling in their courses receives some important information for and about business. The (3rd edition)
Block Grants Payment of school district s share of teach telecommunications access program at staffdevelopment and traning related activities outside the accounting Issues. http://www.teachwi.state.wi.us/blockgrants.html
Extractions: Introduction TEACH Wisconsin provides educational technology block grants to public school districts, Milwaukee charter schools, and secured juvenile correctional facilities, to accelerate their investments in educational technology. The grants, which are outside school district revenue limits, offer a flexible source of funds to meet the educational technology needs of each school district. Block grants may be used for any educational technology purpose excluding the salaries and benefits of school district employees. In order to receive a block grant, schools must submit a resolution to the TEACH Board annually. Requirements to Receive a Block Grant An applicant must adopt block grant resolutions annually to receive TEACH block grant funds. For common school districts and union high school districts, the resolution must be adopted at the district's annual meeting. Unified school districts, Milwaukee Public Schools, and Milwaukee Charter Schools must have their boards adopt the resolution. Secured Juvenile Correctional Facilities must have the Secretary of the Department of Corrections submit a written request to TEACH. Block grant payments for 2002-03 will be disbursed by February 3, 2003.
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Extractions: CALCampus Tax Prep. Management Economics ... Register Business Course Title: INCOME TAX PREPARATIONPERSONAL Number: BU 300 P The object of this course is to teach the student the principles of taxation, tax preparation of the personal or small business return. We will look at the use of research tools: tax codes (Federal and State); business publications; and data collection and analysis for tax planning. The focus is on preparing the individual return. Business Course Price List Course Registration Form Business Course Title: INCOME TAX PREPARATIONBUSINESS Number: BU 300 B This class is for employers of businesses. It includes all forms a business should know about and how and when information should be submitted to employees for personal income tax returns. Business Course Price List Course Registration Form CALCampus Bookstore Business Course Price List ... Course Registration Form - Business Course Title: HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT Number: BU 355 This course is a survey of the important principles in managing the human resources of any organization. We will cover the major issues involved in managing this important resource of all organizations- its people. We will cover the Equal Employment Laws, Job Analysis, Human Resource Planning, Recruiting, Discrimination, Training and Development and Performance Appraisals. The goal of the course is to focus on the importance to any organization of the people in its employ. We will discuss and evaluate the importance of this resource and how to improve and work with employees in all employment situations. At the successful completion of the course, the student should have an understanding of the general function of a human resource manager and how best to utilize this important asset.
Forensic Accounting Comes To B&E many colleges and universities have developed standalone courses to teach forensicaccounting, which focuses on detecting illegal financial activities. http://www.be.wvu.edu/bl_online/winter04/fa2.htm
Extractions: When cops cuff future white collar crime suspects, chances are evidence will have been brought to light by forensic accountants trained through model curriculum guidelines developed at WVU's College of Business and Economics. The College recently received a $600,000 grant from the federal Office of Science and Technology, National Institute for Justice, in the Department of Justice. With it, the College's Division of Accounting is forming a group of national experts to create forensic accounting curriculum guidelines. Also, the College will be offering four graduate courses, based on actual fraud cases, beginning this summer. Below: Forensic Program Developers From left: Bonnie Morris, Bob Maust, Dick Riley, Ann Pushkin. Since the high-profile accounting scandals such as Enron, Global Crossing and WorldCom, many colleges and universities have developed stand-alone courses to teach forensic accounting, which focuses on detecting illegal financial activities. However, there are no national academic standards for these courses nor does a comprehensive model curriculum exist for forensic accounting. "Our Division of Accounting will use the grant to assemble a nationally recognized group of forensic experts to develop a model curriculum," said B&E Dean Jay Coats. "Members of the group will come from accounting firms, law enforcement such as the FBI, the Securities and Exchange Commission and other government agencies."
Extractions: The central goal of service learning programs is to afford students the opportunity to develop necessary skills for participation and leadership on their campuses, in their communities, and in the larger society. Ideally, students should see the connection between their college educational experiences and their participation in the larger society upon graduation. For political science faculty, service learning pedagogy has opened up a new area of inquiry that enables them to connect pedagogy and scholarship in important and interesting ways. IMPACT OF SERVICE LEARNING Service learning encompasses a number of the following components:
UWW Employment- Tenured Track Faculty Positions courses, along with research/scholarly activities, advising, and degree (PhD or DBA)in accounting or a qualifications include the ability to teach Auditing or http://www.uww.edu/adminaff/hr/employmt/fac.htm
Extractions: ACCOUNTING POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Department of Accounting at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater anticipates a full-time, tenure-track position, subject to budgetary approval. Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and/or graduate accounting courses, along with research/scholarly activities, advising, and service. Primary teaching areas include Cost/Managerial Accounting or Financial Accounting. POSITION AVAILABLE: Fall 2005.
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AACSB International managerial accounting, auditing and accounting information systems. be required to(a) teach undergraduate and and (d) contribute to departmental activities. http://www.aacsb.edu/jobs2/JobDetail.asp?did=1
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Extractions: Master Control Operator RSU is accepting applications for a part-time Master Control Operator. Requires competent and efficient operations of Master Control and station production equipment to ensure accurate and timely airing of all programming to be broadcast via UHF 35. An Associates Degree in Broadcast Technology is preferred, but not required. Active member of the Student Affairs team. Provide leadership to the design and cultivation of student related programs and activities. Implement and coordinate events enhancing the university scope of educational, student development, diversity, and campus community programs. Collaborate with faculty and staff to enhance student life initiatives. Serve as advisor to the Campus Activities Board and Student Government Association and provide mentorship to students and student organizations. Coordinate new student orientation programs. Maintain student events on campus master calendar. Manage student activities budget and contractual services. Experience in higher education. Masters degree in related area preferred, Bachelors required. AA/EOE RSU is accepting applications for a Campus Police Officer. Will assist the Director of RSU Campus Police in providing campus wide safety for University staff, students, faculty and visitors. Responsible for contact with external local, state, and federal law enforcement and safety organizations. A Bachelors degree in criminal justice, education, social science or a closely related field and a graduate of a Federally recognized Police Academy is preferred. Experience as a law enforcement detective is helpful.
Extractions: OP Homepage List of Professions Contact Us Online License Verifications Application Forms Continuing Education Practice Issues Consumer Information Contact Information License Statistics (Effective January 1, 2004) This page explains the requirements for becoming an approved sponsor of continuing education for engineering and/or land surveying in New York State. Once you have read the "Standards" below, please complete the application, Form 1-SB PE/LS (pe-ls1sb.pdf, 121K, 3 pages), and send it to the address at the end of the application form along with the supporting materials requested. You must also enclose a check made out to the "NYS Education Department" in the amount of $900. Sponsors are approved for a period of three years. Sponsors are required to keep records on the continuing education programs that they offer. The details concerning the record keeping requirements are included in the "Standards" document. An organization must comply with the applicable requirements of Section and/or Should you have questions concerning the requirements, please