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spring 2014 updates


Students engage in group work in Managerial Accounting class.

AC 250/1 | EXTRA WORK IN CHAPTER 9 – Please CLICK HERE to view extra work in Breakeven Point and CVP Analysis.

AR 101/1
| HANDOUTS – Please CLICK link to download or print handouts (file size: 6.8MB, 5 pages) for our April 5 class. These handouts will be removed from this page two weeks after date of posting.
Posted: 04-05-2014

AC 220/1 | HOMEWORK IN CHAPTER 16 and other announcement – Please CLICK link for details.
Posted: 03-12-2014


AC 131/1 and AC 131/2 | HOMEWORK IN CHAPTER 7 and other announcements – Please CLICK link for details.
Posted: 03-12-2014


AC 250/1
| HOMEWORK IN CHAPTER 5 – Answer the questions in the following LINK. Or check your email for details.
Posted: 03-10-2014


AC 220/1
| HOMEWORK IN CHAPTER 16 – Answer end-of-chapter Concepts Review Questions #1 to 9.
Posted: 03-05-2014

AC 131/1 and AC 131/2 | HOMEWORK IN CHAPTER 7 – Answer end-of-chapter Concepts Review Questions #1 to 8; Solve Exercises #7-1 and 7-2.
Posted: 03-05-2014


AC 250/1
ABC ILLUSTRATED – Download and print your copy of the handout in Chapter 4 about activty-based costing. Your assignment for next meeting (Thursday, March 6): download, print, and solve problems 8 and 9 in this additional handout. These handouts will be removed from this site after March 6.
Posted: 03-04-2014

AC 131/1 and AC 131/2
| QUIZ IN CHAPTER 6 on Wednesday, March 5, 2014.
Posted: 03-03-2014

AC 220/1
| QUIZ IN CHAPTER 15 on Wednesday, March 5, 2014.
Posted: 03-03-2014

AC 131/1 and AC 131/2 | Your assignment for next meeting are made up of two parts. Both assignments are due on Monday, March 3, 2014 but you have the option to submit your answers by email anytime starting today until Monday.

PART I - Answer Chapter 6 Concepts Review Questions #14 to 20 on page 210 of our textbook.

PART II - If you attended Friday's class (FEB 28), download and/or print this QUESTIONNAIRE and submit the completed form (with your answers). This questionnaire will be removed from this site after Monday.

Posted: 02-28-2014


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YES! Opens Account with BFSM
The Young Executives Society, Inc. (YES!) opened a checking with the Bank of the Federated States of Micronesia on Thursday, October 2, 2014.

Young Executives Society Incorporated as a Non-Profit
The National Campus club Young Executives Society (YES!) was incorporated as a non-profit in the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) on March 13, 2014.

BU101 Class conducts Job Fair Activity
Introduction to Business (BU101) under Business Administration Program, conducted a collaborative learning activity which simulated a Job Fair. Students took on roles of both potential employers and applicants seeking jobs.

Announcement: YES! Elections
The Young Executives Society (YES!) Club will be holding elections for new officers on August 28, 2013 at 1:00PM in MTC Room 1. All Business majors are encouraged to attend the meeting.

APAFS Holds Student Education Conference at COM-FSM
Business Administration and CIS students attended training about money, savings, and investments during the Student Education Conference conducted by the Asia Pacific Association of Fiduciary Studies (APAFS) on Thursday, April 4, 2013 at the College of Micronesia-FSM National Campus.  (See photos.)

Marketing students test marketing mix skills on Valentine’s Day
Principles of Marketing (BU270) students from the National Campus sold gift baskets on Valentine’s Day to demonstrate their understanding of the Marketing Mix tool.

WCPFC donates computers to college’s CIS program
The Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC), located in Pohnpei, donated some used computers, printers and network switches to the Computer Information Systems Program, a program under the college’s Business Division.

CIS Program produces its own club
About 70 Computer Information Systems major students at National Campus met for the first time and launched their own club: Bright Young Techno Entrepreneurs (BYTE).

Student awareness of student learning outcomes

For a few good examples of assessing whether or not students are aware of student learning outcomes (SLOs) examine the work of Dana Lee Ling, Sue Moses, and Rafael Pulmano.

 


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