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Free Accounting Cycle Workshop

September 12
10:00 AM — 1:00 PM
F-305

Students enrolled in Accounting Principles I (ACC 122) are invited to a workshop designed to give them a head start and to develop a solid foundation for achieving success in ACC 122.

 

The topics covered in the workshop will include:

      -- The Accounting Equation

      -- Analyzing Business Transactions

      -- The Double-Entry System

 

Understanding the accounting cycle and mastery of the art of preparing journal entries is not only essential to being successful in ACC 122, but to be successful in the field itself. Accounting, like mathematics, is difficult to grasp without a solid foundation of these basic principles.

 

The workshop will be taught by Professor Joel Barker. Students who have taken this class before and want or need a “refresher” are also invited.

 

The workshop consists of four consecutive sessions. Students are strongly urged to attend all four sessions. Attending only one session is of minimal value. You will have an opportunity to ask additional questions after the lecture.

 

DATES

Saturday, September 12

Saturday, September 19

Saturday, September 26

Saturday, October 3

 

TIME

10:00 A.M. to 1:00 p.m.

 

PLACE

All sessions will be held in Fiterman 305.

 

All materials will be provided.

TO REGISTER email Professor Barker: jbarker@bmcc.cuny.edu  

If you have any questions, contact Prof Barker at (212) 220-8192, or email jbarker@bmcc.cuny.edu.

 

 

 

 

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