Section 6274 of BAD1
Financial Accounting -- : Jan 21 - May 21 2021
The above section has mandatory online class meetings once a week. A webcam and reliable internet connection are required. Upon registration for BAD 1, it is recommended that students have a beginning proficiency with spreadsheets, either through prior experience or previous successful completion of or concurrent enrollment in BAD 53 or an equivalent course.
I will accept all wait-list students this semester, so be sure to check-in along with everyone else when class begins.
Master of Business Administration
Chapman University, 1992
Bachelor of Science Business/Accounting
San Diego State University, 1982
Teacher Credential Program
Chapman University, 1998
This is my eighteenth year of teaching full time at the College level. Prior to my work here, I taught as an adjunct Business Instructor at Cuyamaca College in El Cajon, California and also taught Adult Education Computer Applications courses. At the same time I worked as a substitute teacher for both Jr. High and High Schools. On any particular day, I would have had students ranging in age from as young as eleven years old all the way up to eighty five. Other highlights:
- Full time instructor of Business and Business Office Technology courses at
Santa Rosa J.C. since 1999
- Have taught beginning and advanced QuickBooks to hundreds of students including online and face-to-face courses
- Other courses taught include Financial Accounting, Business Math, Bookkeeping, and many others
- Adult Education courses including Intro to Computers, Intro to the Internet
- High School teaching includes Marketing, Intro to Computers
- California Secondary Teaching Credential; Business (now expired)
- Who's Who Among America's Teachers
For those of you inquiring about general information or course substitutions for our various Bookkeeping certificates, please email me (after the Winter Break) or see a counselor. You may also want to visit the Business Administration Department website at www.santarosa.edu/bad. There you will find a variety of information, including how to test out of our basic Keyboarding and 10-Key classes, as well as Business English (BGN 71), and Practical Business Math (BGN81).
Once you have applied to the college, you do not need to apply to get into any of our bookkeeping certificate programs. Simply enroll in the required courses, and then apply for the certificate during your last semester of coursework.
It is worth noting that we do not waive courses. You must take a higher-level course or request a substitution, both of which must be approved by me, or the Business Department Chairperson, Roy Gattinella (email@example.com). Also, if you wish to transfer courses from another college, that institution must be accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges or related entities. We do not accept courses from Empire College.
The SRJC bookstore has all relevant textbook information. You will not receive a reply from me regarding textbook inquiries.
I will accept all wait-list students this semester, so be sure to check-in along with everyone else when class begins. The link to check-in is found near the bottom of this page. The deadline to check-in is Friday, January 22.