Accounting I develops an understanding of the accounting cycle from the recording of opening entries, to the preparation of financial statements. Students will develop a sense of accuracy, neatness, and regular attendance. Many of the principles and practices of accounting are of value in the daily lives of everyone.
This course includes the study of all four major statistical concepts: collecting, analyzing, interpreting and presenting data. The methods of inferential statistics will be emphasized. The outline of content is dictated by the AP curriculum and it will be altered when necessary. At this time, the AP exam require the use of a TI-83 calculator so the content of this course will be facilitated accordingly. An AP exam, at the student's expense, must be taken in May for the purpose of exempting from a college course.
This is a basic course in statistics and probability that is suitable for a variety of students. All four of the major components of statistics will be studied. They include the collection, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data. The course will culminate with examination of the methods of statistical inference. The course is appropriate for any student who plans to enter such fields as economics, business, education, psychology, sociology, biology, engineering or medicine. Successful completion of this course should prove to be adequate preparation for the usual college courses offered in the above fields.