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ACC 1105 GEN ACCOUNTING 4.00
Department: Business
Course ID: ACC 1105 Credits: 4.00
Description:
Study of recording business transactions, preparing working papers, special journals, subsidiary ledgers, financial reports, and basic payroll procedures along with periodic payroll reporting for governmental agencies.
ACC 1120 FINANCIAL ACCT 4.00
Department: Business
Course ID: ACC 1120 Credits: 4.00
Description:
Introduction to basic accounting theory. The course centers on recording business transactions, preparing working papers and financial reports. Special topics include receivables, payables, inventories, fixed assets, and long-term debt and investment accounting
ACC 1126 MANAGERIAL ACCT 4.00
Department: Business
Course ID: ACC 1126 Credits: 4.00
Description:
Focus on managerial accounting concepts. The course includes studies on cost behaviors and analysis and the use of managerial accounting information as the basis for management decisions.
ACC 1130 PAYROLL ACC 3.00
Department: Business
Course ID: ACC 1130 Credits: 3.00
Description:
Study of the principles and procedures of payroll accounting in a manual and a computerized environment. Students will prepare various payroll records, payroll checks, various federal and state reports, employee W-2 forms and transmittals.
ACC 2204 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I 4.00
Department: Business
Course ID: ACC 2204 Credits: 4.00
Description:
Survey and analysis of methods of accounting for current assets and liabilities. Students are exposed to an intensive study of the content and format of financial statements and reports using General Accepted Accounting Principles and Financial Accounting Standards Board Pronouncements.
ACC 2205 INTERMED ACCT II 4.00
Department: Business
Course ID: ACC 2205 Credits: 4.00
Description:
Study of the acquisition, use, retirement, and depreciation of plant and equipment. Students study the nature and valuation of intangible assets. Students also learn how to account for transactions which are unique to corporate accounting with emphasis being placed on capital stock, stock rights, stock options, retained earnings, dividends, and long-term liabilities.
ACC 2225 COMP ACCT W QWBKS 3.00
Department: Business
Course ID: ACC 2225 Credits: 3.00
Description:
Use of accounting software program QuickBooks to record business transactions for an organization. Students will learn how to account for receivables, payables, payroll, year-end adjusting entries, and bank reconciliations.
ACC 2238 FUNDAMENTALS OF TAX ACCOUNTING 4.00
Department: Business
Course ID: ACC 2238 Credits: 4.00
Description:
In-depth study of the federal income tax laws as they relate to taxation for individuals, sole-proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations (including LLCs and S Corporations). The course focuses on the preparation of tax returns and also utilizes a tax prepartion software program.
ACC 2243 COST ACCOUNTING 4.00
Department: Business
Course ID: ACC 2243 Credits: 4.00
Description:
Study of job order and process cost accounting systems. Students will study joint and by products, job order costing, process costing, standard costing, and payroll accounting. Budgeting and analysis of budget variances are also addressed in this course.
ACC 2261 GOVERNMENT ACC 3.00
Department: Business
Course ID: ACC 2261 Credits: 3.00
Description:
Study of accounting for nonprofit organizations and government institutions. A variety of types of funds are studied, as they relate to revenues and expenditures.
ACC 2265 AUDITING 3.00
Department: Business
Course ID: ACC 2265 Credits: 3.00
Description:
Study of auditing principles, standards, and procedures, with emphasis placed on the purpose and scope of audits.
ACC 2283 ACCT CAPSTONE 1.00
Department: Business
Course ID: ACC 2283 Credits: 1.00
Description:
Course takes one of two directions. The student can work in the accounting field and receive course credit for their work. Students are required to work a minimum of 10 hours per week. As an alternative, students can take is to prepare case analysis of accounting financial reports.
ACC 2300 OIL & GAS ACCT I 4.00
Department: Business
Course ID: ACC 2300 Credits: 4.00
Description:
Accounting processes related to the exploration, development, and production activities for the oil and gas domestic operations will be discussed. The course will include financial accounting and two cost methods primarily used in oil and gas accounting, i.e. successful efforts and full-cost accounting.
ACC 2400 OIL & GAS ACCT II 4.00
Department: Business
Course ID: ACC 2400 Credits: 4.00
Description:
This course is a continuation of Oil and Gas Accounting I and will include advance accounting processes including: finance, asset retirement obligations, revenues, taxes, joint ventures, and analysis of financial statements.
ADN 1110 NURSING I - FND OF NURSING PRACT 8.00
Department: Registered Nursing
Course ID: ADN 1110 Credits: 8.00
Description:
This fundamental course introduces the student to the profession of nursing. The domains of nursing: people, nursing and health along with related concepts are introduced. Nursing care of adjults is the focus of the course.
ADN 1120 NURSING II - PHARMACOLOGY 2.00
Department: Registered Nursing
Course ID: ADN 1120 Credits: 2.00
Description:
This course introduces the student to the concepts associated with pharmacology and nursing practice.
ADN 1130 NURSING III -NURSING CARE OF ADULTS 7.00
Department: Registered Nursing
Course ID: ADN 1130 Credits: 7.00
Description:
This course expands on the introduction of concepts related to basic human needs, the nursing process and nursing practice. Nursing care of adults continues to be the focus. Major concepts included in Nursing III are: regulation, immune/inflammatory response, elimination, mobility, oxygenation, and health, illness and wellness.
ADN 1140 PARAMEDIC TRANSITIONAL NURSING 7.00
Department: Registered Nursing
Course ID: ADN 1140 Credits: 7.00
Description:
Paramedic Transitional Nursing aids in the transition from the role of Certified Paramedic to the role of Registered Nurse. The domains of nursing: people, nursing and health are introduced. Major concepts in this course are professional role, knowledge acquisition, therapeutic communication, comfort, accIdent prevention, infection control, oxygenation, tissue perfusion, regulation, mobility and nutrition. Nursing care of adults is the focus of this course.
ADN 1150 TRANSITIONAL NURSING 7.00
Department: Registered Nursing
Course ID: ADN 1150 Credits: 7.00
Description:
This course aids the Licensed Practical Nurse in role transition to Registered Nurse. The domains of nursing: people, nursing and health are discussed in relationship to the registered nurse's role. Major concepts in this course are professional role, knowledge acquisition, therapeutic communication, comfort, accident prevention, infection control, oxygenation, tissue perfusion, regulation, mobility and nutrition. Nursing care of adults is the focus of the course.
ADN 2140 NURSING IV - CPTS OF FAMILY NURSING 9.00
Department: Registered Nursing
Course ID: ADN 2140 Credits: 9.00
Description:
Nursing 2140 provides an opportunity for students to interact with people throughout the lifespan. Selected concepts will be discussed across the lifespan. Diverse clinical experiences provide opportunities for interaction with individuals, families, and groups.
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