Tomorrow has not yet come.
We have only today.
Let us begin.”
Mohandas K. Gandhi
they say, is a very practical affair..... Pure truth, they
hold, is out of the question in business, one can speak it
only so far as it is suitable. I strongly contested the position
in my speech and awakened the merchants to a sense of their
duty, which is two-fold. Their reponsibility to be truthful
was all the greater in a foreign land, because their conduct
of a few (individuals) was the measure of that of millions
of others (to follow)..."
John Wooden,(October 14, 1910 – June
4, 2010) National College Basketball
Hall of Fame
of mind which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing
you made the effort to do the best of which you are capable"
Failing to prepare is preparing to fail.
Flexibility is the key to stability.
Be quick, but don't hurry.
to Accounting: 151 A
Description: Covers practical accounting, terminology, and
the complete accounting cycle from documentation through journals,
ledgers, and financial statements for both service and merchandising
Financial Accounting: 1A
A conceptual introduction to accounting from the user's perspective,
this course covers the preparation, communication, use and
analysis of accounting information. Emphasis is on accounting
theory, critical thinking, and the use of accounting information
in business decision-making.
Managerial Accounting 1B
Teaches the selection, use, and analysis of accounting information
by managers. Covers cost accounting for manufacturing organizations,
decision-making based upon accounting information, the evaluation
of business segments, cost-volume-profit analysis, responsibility
accounting, standard cost systems, and variance analysis.