-looking for someone to take on a Accounting 1 and Microeconomics

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just signed up for accounting #1 and Microeconomics at a community college online. will be posting the syllabus for each when the they come out shortly. classes start roughly 6/6/12 metro community college http://www.mccneb.edu/ brief description accounting #1 college rates the class at a 2 out of 5 for skill level runs 6/6/12 to 8/15/12 with typically 1 or 2 assignments per week. ACCT 1100 Accounting I Lecture/Lab/Credit Hours 4 - 1 - 4 This is the first of three accounting courses covering principles of accounting. It emphasizes the fundamental principles of accounting. Students are provided a balanced, comprehensive coverage of financial topics. Real-world illustrations are incorporated reflecting current relevant business practices. The course content acquaints students with the basic accounting cycle, linkage between the journal entry and ledger account, adjusting process, internal control, merchandising, inventories, and financial reporting. NOTE: Students should attempt to take ACCT 1100, ACCT 1110, and ACCT 1120 immediately after one another to facilitate understanding and learning. It is helpful to complete the math requirements early in the program of study. Course is offered On-line Microeconomics college rates the class at a 2 out of 5 also runs 6/6/12 to 8/15/12 with typically 1 assignment per week, possibly 2 per week. class general info: ECON 1100 Microeconomics Lecture/Lab/Credit Hours 4.5 - 0 - 4.5 Microeconomics presents the theory and application of the four market structures: pure competition, monopolistic competition, oligopoly, and monopoly. Students determine the revenue, costs, output, and prices for each market structure along with the social implications of each market form. In addition, the course analyzes various social issues such as consumer choice, pollution, healthcare, public works projects, and poverty transfer programs using the microeconomic principles of elasticity, benefit and cost, and diminishing returns analysis. NOTE: It is strongly recommended BSAD 1000 be taken prior to ECON 1000 and ECON 1100, as well as completing math requirements. Course is offered On-line please ask any questions you would like to, I will post more info as it comes. would like rough estimates as soon as possible I anticipate paying 150 to 500 per class
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