Two 1-hour sessions each week. One 2-hour lab each week. Lectures and laboratory exercises acquaint the student with the basic concepts of biostatistics and their applications and interpretation. The computer is used throughout the course.
The course covers the accounting information system, including recording and reporting of business transactions with a focus on the accounting cycle, the application of generally accepted accounting principles, the financial statements, and statement analysis.
Includes issues relating to asset, liability, and equity valuation, revenue and expense recognition, cash flow, internal controls, and ethics. It focuses on cost terms and concepts, cost behavior, cost structure and cost-volume-profit analysis.
Includes issues relating to cost systems, cost control, profit planning, and performance analysis in manufacturing and service environments. CSU51 hours Lecture This course is an introductory accounting course designed for students with little or no prior accounting training.
The course covers the entire accounting cycle including analysis of business transactions, journalizing, posting, and preparation of financial statements using a hands-on approach. Provides foundation for further study of accounting principles and recommended prior to enrollment in Financial Accounting ACCT 2especially for Accounting Majors.
The course involves substantial accounting simulations where students apply the accounting cycle, prepare supporting work-papers, create budgets and variance analysis, and synthesize their accounting skills.
This course will assist students in preparing for the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers' certification exam. Permission of instructor Transfer Status: CSU Supervised study and practice in solving special problems in the student's career major.
CSU Career Work Experience CWE is a course that gives students the opportunity to earn both a grade and units for what they learn on the job related to their vocational major while gaining practical work experience. Students may earn one semester unit of college credit in this course for each sixty hours of unpaid work experience hours unpaid or seventy-five hours of paid work experience Students may earn a maximum of sixteen units for all types of Work Experience Career and General, with not more than six in General.
The objective is to collect, summarize and communicate information to decision makers and users via QuickBooks Pro accounting software. Typical documents produced consist of purchase orders, checks, invoices, deposit slips, job cost reports, financial statements, bank reconciliations, payroll tax returns and forms.
NT68 hours Lecture This course is a study of the Federal and California income tax laws that apply to taxpayers, the application of the laws by computation of various practical problems and the completion of forms required by the Internal Revenue Service and the California State Franchise Tax Board.
The requirements for becoming a licensed tax preparer and the rules and regulations governing licensed tax preparers are reviewed.
This course is primarily designed for the vocational student. It will orient the student toward working with tax problems in an accounting office, a financial institution, an enrolled agent's office, the Internal Revenue Service, the California State Franchise Tax Board, a state licensed tax preparers' office or in their own office.
NT51 hours Lecture This course introduces students to the payroll function and the necessary record keeping needed to comply with California and federal laws and regulations.
Both manual and computer applications are included. Topics discussed will include debits, credits, journal entries, petty cash, accounts receivable, accounts payable, trial balance, income statement, and the balance sheet for a service business.
Students will also be introduced to the basic concepts of QuickBooks. Emphasis will be on providing answers to questions commonly asked by small business owners. CSU51 hours Lecture This course is an introduction to the philosophy of law enforcement, professional responsibilities and urban problems, criminology, organization, jurisdiction and interrelationships of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.
Students are also introduced to professional career opportunities and qualifications required for employment within the field. Focus is placed on examining crime measurement, theoretical explanations of crime, responses to crime, components of the system, and current challenges to the system.DEPARTMENT RISK MANAGEMENT PROGRAM.
DEPARTMENT RISK MANAGEMENT PROGRAM. Risk Management Policy. The Department recognizes the following facts concerning the physical, human, fiscal and environmental resources of this agency: 1. Recognizing that political science offers many potential intersections with information assurance (e.g., public sector management of information technology; forensics and computer crime; information technology policy and law; information technology and international relations; information warfare; etc.), students with interests in these areas are encouraged to select the Department of Political Science as .
This course is designed to empower call-takers and dispatchers with the knowledge of the cycle of violence, signs and symptoms of domestic violence and sexual assault, phases of domestic violence, different environmental violence and the understanding of why victims stay in violent relationships.
Program Planning & Program Evaluation; PEACE Domestic Violence Agency HSM Abstract The overall purpose of this paper is to compare program planning with program evaluation in a human service organization by describing how the two components are related.
Focusing on comparing program planning with program evaluation in human service organizations and how these components are related.
Identified will be specific examples of how program planning and evaluation interrelate in this scenario that was chosen. Students will identify the key issues, develop the case strategy, and be assessed on their ability to execute that strategy throughout the semester including negotiating a settlement if that would serve their client's best interests.