Angela E Jervis
Phone: +1 (212) 220-8188
Angela Jervis is a certified public accountant. She has B.S. and M.S. degrees from Baruch College/CUNY. Professor Jervis is an assistant professor in the Accounting Department at the Borough of Manhattan Community College/CUNY since 1998. She currently teaches Accounting Principles l, Accounting Principles ll and Accounting Applications on Microcomputers (QuickBooks). She is the co-author of an article titled “Community Colleges Today” which was published in the August 2011 issue of Contemporary Issues in Education Research a journal published by the Clute Institute.Professor Jervis is the recording secretary for her department and she is the department’s representative to the college-wide College Council and Academic Senate. She is a member of the Instructional Committee of the Academic Senate and the Personnel Review Committee.
Prior to joining BMCC, Professor Jervis taught accounting and other business subjects at Lehman College/CUNY, Berkeley College, St. Francis College, Hostos Community/CUNY, La Guardia Community College/CUNY, The College of St. Elizabeth, New York City Technical College/CUNY and the New York City Board of Education.
Before beginning her career in academia, Professor Jervis had a diversified and extensive business career, where she held various positions in internal auditing, public accounting and the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance. Professor Jervis obtained her primary and secondary school education in Georgetown, Guyana, where she was born. Professor Jervis volunteers at her local church as a Sabbath school teacher in the Primary Division, the chairperson of the Finance Committee of the church school and the assistant leader of the Stewardship Committee. She also volunteers as the president of her homeowners’ association.
- The course covers the fundamental principles of accounting and the practical use of accounting tools and techniques. Topics covered include the definition and scope of accounting, accounting records and processes, books of original and subsequent entry, work sheets, adjusting and closing entries, accounting for cash, accounting for negotiable instruments, and accounting for plant assets. An investigation is made of accounting for service businesses and trading concerns.
Note: ACC 122 credit change from 4 credits to 3 credits, effective spring 2014.
- This continuation of Accounting I progresses from elementary to more advanced accounting concepts and conventions, including the use of accounting data in managerial decision making. Among topics covered are voucher system, partnership accounting, payroll preparation and taxes, and accounting for corporations. Study is made of accounting involved in the interpretation of financial statements, budgetary control, statement of cash flows, and management reports and analyses.
Note: ACC 222 credit change from 4 credits to 3 credits, effective spring 2014.
- This course provides accounting students with the opportunity to solve accounting problems through the use of microcomputers. Areas in which students will prepare computerized accounting records and reports include journals, ledgers, trial balance, accounts receivable, accounts payable, and payroll. The course will introduce students to basic accounting documentation, and processing flowcharts of different accounting functions.
Prerequisites: ACC 122