Darton State College Catalog 2014-2015 - page 290

Section Ten
– The following list of courses shows the responsible academic division, course
number, course title, number of semester hours credit, course description, prerequisite, if
any, and frequency of offering. The courses are arranged alphabetically followed by the
course number.
– Course numbers (Example: ENGL 1101) are in two distinct parts.
The department code (ENGL) is derived from the name of the instructional
department, usually the letters from the name. In the course number (1101) the
first digit of the number signifies first or second year level. Applied Music course
numbers are constructed individually; an explanation of how they are constructed
can be found in the introductory remarks for those courses. The number in
parentheses following the course title specifies the amount of credit, in semester
hours, which the course will yield upon successful completion.
Transferability of Courses –
The Core Curriculum of the University System of
Georgia provides for the transferability of those courses which are part of the
Core Curriculum Plan. The courses developed for the one- and two-year career
programs have been designed to give the student the best possible background
needed for employment in the career. Therefore, some of the following do not
offer comparable programs and courses. If in doubt, students should discuss the
matter with the advisor or the other institution involved.
Learning Support Prerequisites –
Students who are placed in Learning
Support courses because of their scores on the Admission and Placement Tests
will be required to satisfy specific developmental requirements before they can
enroll in the college level courses (courses numbered 1000 or higher). The
minimum developmental level required for admission into any college level
course is listed as a prerequisite in the course description.
2101 Principles of Accounting I
A study of the underlying theory and application of financial accounting concepts.
Corequisite: Minimum COMPASS reading score of 74 or enrollment in READ
Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in: BUSA 1005, MATH 1001, or higher math
course, OR permission of instructor.
Offered: All semesters.
2102 Principles of Accounting II
A study of the underlying theory and application of managerial accounting
Prerequisite: ACCT 2101 with grade of C or better.
Offered: All semesters.
2205 Microcomputers in Accounting
This project based course will introduce Quickbooks and include payroll
accounting. The software will be used to setup a company and perform
transactional analysis and recording.
Prerequisite: ACCT 2101 with grade of C or better or permission of instructor.
Offered: On demand.
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