William L. Wells
Supplementary lectures, discussions, and problem- solving sessions in introductory accounting. Enrollment priority to EOP students and others by permission. Credit may not be applied to fulfill specific program requirements. Credit/no-credit only. Corequisite: ACCTG 215. Offered: AWSp.
Enrollment in this course requires concurrent enrollment in Accounting 215 taught only by Bill Wells. This course will cover the same material taught in Accounting 215, that is, financial accounting. It will, however, be taught differently than in a traditional lecture format.
Student learning goals
A better understanding of the material presented in Accounting 215.
If the goal above is accomplished, the student should receive a higher grade than he or she would otherwise have received in Accounting 215.
If the goal above is accomplished, the student should be more competitive for entrance into the Business School.
General method of instruction
Class is usually limited to 15 persons so a lot of one-on-one discussions occur. 100% of instruction is through discussion.
Do everything required in Accounting 215 in a timely manner. In addition, you must attend 80% of the 199 classes (attendence will be taken) and turn in 80% of the homework assigned in Accounting 215. That homework must also be turned in by each midterm.
Class assignments and grading
A pass/fail grade are the only grades awarded in this course. In addition to the above, in order to receive a passing grade, the student must earn a 2.0 grade in Accounting 215.