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CIS Accounting


Class Info

Course Description: This class teaches all students, not just accounting majors, an excellent understanding of how a business works and the “language” of business. Students learn the basic accounting cycle for a service business organized as a proprietorship and a merchandising business organized as a corporation.

CIS Accounting For Non-Accountants Classroom Policy


GRADING

Weighted Categories for this class will be as follows:

- 60% Assessment (projects, tests, quizzes, presentations, assignments)
- 30% Practice, Collaboration, & Participation ( assignments/homework, in-class work, partner/group work)
- 10% Participation (soft skills, daily work, attendance)

TEXTBOOK & REFERENCE

College Accounting, 22nd edition, Chapters 1-15
CengageNOWv2 Chapters 1-15 Requires student registration/enrollment
Heintz & Parry, Cengage Learning

CengageNOWv2 Online Working Papers

PRESENTATIONS

Book presentation files are available to access from Google Classroom (under About)

SAVING FILES

When saving files in class always remember two things:
1. Give the file a good name
2. Tell the computer where to save the file

TAKING NOTES

Good note taking is a skill you will use throughout high school and college. Look at the examples on the Course Docs.

WRITING FRAME

The writing frame can be used to create well composed written works. It gives you a structure that can be applied to school papers or standardized tests. Look at the example under the Course Docs.

RUBRIC

Projects & Resources


Personal Finance

Accounting Assignments

Please find the link for CIS Student Survey – Spring 2017: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/cis2017spring