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Session​ Schedule Credits ​Deadline
Session 1 (4 weeks) Monday, June 4 to Wednesday, June 27 Up to 6 credits ​June 4
Session 2 (4 weeks) Monday, July 2 to Thursday, July 26 Up to 6 credits ​July 2
Session 3 (6 weeks) Monday, July 2 to Monday, August 13 Up to 9 credits ​July 2​
Session 4 (10 weeks) ​Monday, June 4 to Monday, August 13 ​Up to 6 credits ​June 4 *NEW

 

Note, 15 credits is the maximum that may be taken by any student, in any combination of summer sessions per academic year. 

Key "Mode of Instruction" Codes
FO = Fully on-line     H = Hybrid     P = In Person     O = Online     PO = Partially on-line     W = Web-Enhanced
Session codes: Session 1 = 4W1     Session 2 = 4W2     Session 3 = 6W1     Session 4 = 10W

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ProgramYearTermSessionDaysStart TimeEnd TimeModeSubjectCourse TitleCourse #Class #Description (hover to view)BldgRoomInstructor
UGRD2018064W1M, T, W, TH9:00 AM12:50 PMPACCTInt Theo & Prac Acct 11017465Fundamentals of accounting information, the foundation of the accounting system for recording assets, liability and equity transactions, financial statement principles, and the preparation and interpretation of basic financial statements. Structure, double-entry model, initial, adjusting, and closing entries are covered.RE017SOLARSH, EVA
UGRD2018066W2M, T, W, TH7:40 AM9:55 AMPACCTInt Theo & Prac Acct 11017474Fundamentals of accounting information, the foundation of the accounting system for recording assets, liability and equity transactions, financial statement principles, and the preparation and interpretation of basic financial statements. Structure, double-entry model, initial, adjusting, and closing entries are covered.RZ147SOLARSH, EVA
UGRD2018066W2M, T, W, TH6:00 PM8:15 PMPACCTInt Theo & Prac Acct 11017475Fundamentals of accounting information, the foundation of the accounting system for recording assets, liability and equity transactions, financial statement principles, and the preparation and interpretation of basic financial statements. Structure, double-entry model, initial, adjusting, and closing entries are covered.PH110ERLACH, DAVID
UGRD2018066W2M, T, W, TH10:15 AM12:30 PMPACCTIntro Theo & Prac Acct 21027476A continuation of ACCT 101, with a much more in-depth study of the groundwork and constructed preparation needed in various balance sheet and income statement areas prior to the preparation of financial statements, including managerial accounting with basic quantitative analysis.PH112SCHWALB, HELEN
UGRD2018066W2M, T, W, TH8:30 PM10:45 PMPACCTIntro Theo & Prac Acct 21027477A continuation of ACCT 101, with a much more in-depth study of the groundwork and constructed preparation needed in various balance sheet and income statement areas prior to the preparation of financial statements, including managerial accounting with basic quantitative analysis.PH110ERLACH, DAVID
UGRD2018064W1M, T, W, TH9:00 AM12:50 PMPACCTIntro Theo & Prac Acct 21027466A continuation of ACCT 101, with a much more in-depth study of the groundwork and constructed preparation needed in various balance sheet and income statement areas prior to the preparation of financial statements, including managerial accounting with basic quantitative analysis.KG202BARONE, ERNEST
UGRD2018066W2M, T, W, TH10:15 AM12:30 PMPACCTInter Acct 12017478Intensive study of the theories of financial accounting, generally accepted accounting principles, and applications thereof, including relevant standards, statements, and opinions of the FASB, AICPA, and SEC. Pertinent mathematical principles and applications relating to financial accounting are also presented.PH130BALKARAN, DIANAND
UGRD2018066W2M, T, W, TH7:40 AM9:55 AMPACCTInter Acct 12017479Intensive study of the theories of financial accounting, generally accepted accounting principles, and applications thereof, including relevant standards, statements, and opinions of the FASB, AICPA, and SEC. Pertinent mathematical principles and applications relating to financial accounting are also presented.PH112SCHWALB, HELEN
UGRD2018066W2M, T, W, TH6:00 PM8:15 PMPACCTInter Acct 12017527Intensive study of the theories of financial accounting, generally accepted accounting principles, and applications thereof, including relevant standards, statements, and opinions of the FASB, AICPA, and SEC. Pertinent mathematical principles and applications relating to financial accounting are also presented.PH108BALKARAN, DIANAND
UGRD2018066W2M, T, W, TH8:00 AM9:34 AMPACCTInter Acct 22027480Intensive study of the theories of financial accounting, generally accepted accounting principles, and applications thereof, including relevant standards, statements, and opinions of the FASB, AICPA, and SEC. Pertinent mathematical principles and applications relating to financial accounting are also presented.PH110BARONE, ERNEST
UGRD2018066W2M, T, W, TH8:00 AM9:34 AMPACCTInter Acct 22027481Intensive study of the theories of financial accounting, generally accepted accounting principles, and applications thereof, including relevant standards, statements, and opinions of the FASB, AICPA, and SEC. Pertinent mathematical principles and applications relating to financial accounting are also presented.PH116RUTHIZER, SCOTT
UGRD2018066W2M, T, W, TH10:00 AM11:34 AMPACCTInter Acct 22027482Intensive study of the theories of financial accounting, generally accepted accounting principles, and applications thereof, including relevant standards, statements, and opinions of the FASB, AICPA, and SEC. Pertinent mathematical principles and applications relating to financial accounting are also presented.PH116RUTHIZER, SCOTT
UGRD2018064W1M, T, W, TH11:00 AM1:40 PMPACCTBusiness Law l2617467Introduction to the law. Seeks to provide majors and nonmajors with an understanding of the law and the social forces that shape it. The basic structure through which law is implemented and enforced is reviewed, in addition to the specific rules of law relating to contracts, trusts, and estates. Fall, Spring (SS)PH204MINTZ, SEYMOUR
UGRD2018066W2M, T, W, TH10:00 AM11:34 AMPACCTCost Acct3057483The concepts and procedures used to account for the cost of manufacturing and selling, with their practical application in different types of cost accumulation systems (i.e., job-order costing, process costing, joint- product costing, standard costing, and direct costing).KY320GRUZA, MARVIN
UGRD2018066W2M, T, W, TH7:40 AM9:55 AMPACCTQuant Techniq Pln & Ctrl3067484The application of quantitative and programming techniques in managerial decision- making, including probability analysis, mathematical programming, network models, queuing theory, Monte Carlo simulation, and regression/correlation analysis, inventory models, and capital budgeting.KY320GRUZA, MARVIN
UGRD2018066W2M, T, W, TH7:40 AM9:55 AMPACCTAdvcd Acct3117485Theory of accounting applicable to problems peculiar to large-scale business operations, including business combinations, consolidations, partnerships, foreign exchange translation, segment and interim reporting. Open to declared Accounting & Information Systems majors only.PH155MAZZO, MARK
UGRD2018066W2M, T, W, TH10:15 AM12:30 PMPACCTAdvcd Acct3117486Theory of accounting applicable to problems peculiar to large-scale business operations, including business combinations, consolidations, partnerships, foreign exchange translation, segment and interim reporting. Open to declared Accounting & Information Systems majors only.PH155MAZZO, MARK
UGRD2018066W2M, T, W, TH10:15 AM12:30 PMPACCTAuditing 13217488Principles and standards relevant to the attestation function in the practice of professional accountancy including audits, examinations, reviews and agreed-upon procedures. Coverage also includes professional ethics, liability, risk and assurance, evidence, introduction to internal control and reporting. This course provides exposure to the techniques of modern auditing, including the flowcharting, analysis, and understanding of accounting cycles and their related control systems, analytical review of financial statements, analytical tests of accounting estimates, and statistical sampling for tests of transactions and accounts.PH012KUMAR, VIJAY
UGRD2018064W1M, T, W, TH6:00 PM9:50 PMPACCTAuditing 13217472Principles and standards relevant to the attestation function in the practice of professional accountancy including audits, examinations, reviews and agreed-upon procedures. Coverage also includes professional ethics, liability, risk and assurance, evidence, introduction to internal control and reporting. This course provides exposure to the techniques of modern auditing, including the flowcharting, analysis, and understanding of accounting cycles and their related control systems, analytical review of financial statements, analytical tests of accounting estimates, and statistical sampling for tests of transactions and accounts.PH121COHEN, MARTIN
UGRD2018064W1M, T, W, TH6:00 PM9:50 PMPACCTAuditing 13217473Principles and standards relevant to the attestation function in the practice of professional accountancy including audits, examinations, reviews and agreed-upon procedures. Coverage also includes professional ethics, liability, risk and assurance, evidence, introduction to internal control and reporting. This course provides exposure to the techniques of modern auditing, including the flowcharting, analysis, and understanding of accounting cycles and their related control systems, analytical review of financial statements, analytical tests of accounting estimates, and statistical sampling for tests of transactions and accounts.PH130FITZSIMONS, SEAN
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