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Student Learning Outcomes: BUSINESS


PSLOs for Business and Supervision

  1. Identify the fundamental principles of business.

  2. Examine various approaches to decision-making.

  3. Create, analyze, and interpret written and verbal communication in business applications.


PSLOs for Accounting (changed 09-30-13)

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of basic accounting procedures.

  2. Analyze, process and prepare financial information within established protocols.

  3. Present and interpret financial information.



PSLOs for Administrative Assistant Program

  1. Students will acquire and apply the technical skills, including appropriate communications and teamwork skills, to secure employment as an Administrative Assistant.

  2. Students will know how to prepare a resume and cover letter and accomplish a successful job interview.

  3. Students will use computer skills to produce word processing documents, data worksheets, perform internet searches, and prepare professional e-mails.

  4. Students will know proper records management rules and methods.

  5. Students will be able to identify and organize data and complete a wide variety of calculations related to real-world problem solving.


BUS V01A, Financial Accounting:  

CSLOs:


  1. Students will demonstrate understanding of all the steps in the accounting cycle.

  2. Students will demonstrate understanding of the basic accounting principles to real world situations in order to record, process and produce financial information for sole proprietorships and partnerships.

  3. Students will demonstrate understanding of the evaluation of internal control procedures.

  4. Students will demonstrate understanding of the importance of ethics in the accounting process.

ISLO #3 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving


BUS V01B, Managerial Accounting:   

CSLOs:  


  1. Students will demonstrate understanding of the characteristics of the corporate form of ownership, along comparisons between sole proprietorships and partnerships.

  2. Given a set of financial data, students will produce reports and financial statements reflecting corporate equity transactions, corporate debt transactions, and cash flow.

  3. By the end of this course, students will be able to process and analyze information related to process cost accounting and job order cost accounting.  

  4. By the conclusion of this course, students will be able to process and analyze information related to budgeting, as well as explain the importance of ethics in the accounting process.  

 

ISLO #3 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving



BUS V02, Income Tax Fundamentals:

CSLOs:

  1. Students will be able to identify four standard deductions.

  2. Students will be able to demonstrate understanding of the basic Federal and California income tax rules and procedures in preparation of individual tax returns.

ISLO #3 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving



BUS V03, Introduction to Accounting:  

CSLOs:


  1. Students will demonstrate understanding of the fundamental accounting equation, basics of a sole proprietorship, and the double-entry, debit-credit accounting system.

  2. Given a set of rudimentary financial data, students will process and produce basic financial reports as well as demonstrate understanding of banking and payroll, and the importance of ethics in the accounting process.

ISLO #3 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving


BUS V04, Computerized Payroll Accounting: 

CSLOs:

  1. Students will be able to analyze the components of manual and computerized payroll accounting systems.

  2. Given a set of financial data, students will process financial information for both manual and computerized systems, as well as produce appropriate output.

  3. Given the laws related to payroll accounting, students will be able to apply the laws which govern employment and payments which are part of a payroll process.

  4. Students will demonstrate understanding of the importance of ethics in the accounting process.

ISLO #3 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving




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