Class Schedule Semester I 2018/2019
Period #1: 7:15-8:40 - Room E-111 (A - Days)
Period #3: 10:12 - 12:12 - Room E-111
Class Schedule Semester II 2019
Period #1: 7:15-8:40 - Room E-111
Degrees and Certifications:
Description of Course Content
- Review the first five steps of the accounting cycle.
- Review the final five steps of the accounting cycle.
- Complete a mini-practice set completing the accounting cycle for a merchandising business.
- Complete the accounting for cash, marketable securities, and accounts receivable.
- Complete the accounting for notes receivable.
- Complete the accounting for inventories and investments.
- Complete the accounting for property, plant, and equipment assets and intangible assets.
- Complete a mini-practice set doing the accounting for current and long-term assets.
- Complete the accounting for accounts payable, notes payable, and other current liabilities.
- Complete the accounting for long-term liabilities.
- Complete mini-practice set three, accounting for liabilities.
- Complete the accounting for stockholders equity : contributed capital.
- Complete the accounting for stockholders equity: earnings and distributions.
- Complete a worksheet and financial statement.
- Complete mini-practice set doing the accounting for a publicly held corporation.
- Analyze and interpret financial statements.
- Complete a comprehensive accounting simulation using special journals and covering a publicly held merchandising corporation.
- Given a set of transactions for a month, learner will be able to keep accounting records in multiple journals, post to multiple ledgers, complete a ten-column worksheet, and prepare end-of-period statements and balance sheets.
- Given the circumstances for accounting of bad debts, learner will be able to record transactions in a general journal, use direct write-offs, and allowance methods.
- Given facts concerning fixed assets, learner will be able to straight-line, declining balance and sum-of-years digits method of depreciating these assets.
- Given a special series of business transactions, learner will be able to understand and journalize accrued expenses, accrued salaries, and accrued revenues in a general journal.
- Given a special series of business transactions, learner will be able to understand and journalize deferrals in a general journal.
Degrees and Certifications:
ACCOUNTING I & II -- MR. MASTROMARINO
ACCOUNTING I – CHAPTERS 1-13
ACCOUNTING II – CHAPTERS 14-29
- ASSESSMENT 50 %
- PARTICIPATION 40 %
- HOMEWORK 10 %
- ACCOUNTING TEXTBOOK – GLENCOE ACCOUNTING
- ACCOUNTING WORKBOOK – GLENCOE ACCOUNTING
- FINANCIAL MARKET WEBSITES: CNBC.COM, BLOOMBERG.COM, YAHOO>FINANCE
- POWERPOINT NOTES/TABLET/PROJECTOR
- GOOGLE CLASSROOM
- RESPECT TEACHER AND STUDENTS
- NO CURSING OR RUDE BEHAVIOR
- NO CELL PHONES
- NO HEADPHONES
- BE ON TIME
ORGANIZATION, GOOD BEHAVIOR, EFFORT, COMPLETING CLASSWORK, DOING WELL ON QUIZZES, NOTEBOOK, AND FINAL EXAMS WILL RESULT IN A GOOD GRADE AND A QUALITY EDUCATION.
GOOD LUCK AND HAVE AN ENJOYABLE SEMESTER.
Semester II 2018 - Room E-111
Period #1: 7:22-8:40