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ACCT&201 Prin of Accounting I Snapp R ArrangedArrangedDistance LearningOnline5Waitlist (2)

ACCT&201 - Prin of Accounting I
Room/Location: Arranged (Arr)
Description: Accounting as an information system, the accounting cycle, accounting for a merchandising operation, cash, receivables, and inventories.
Additional details: Online - https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas)
Class Fee: 40.00
Class Dates: 7/2/2018     End Date: 8/23/2018
Meets Distribution Requirements: Transferable, does not meet distribution (Note)
Class Limit: 35 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired?Used PriceNew PriceUsed RentalNew Rental
FUND. ACCT.PRIN. BK +CONNECT CODE PKGWILD9781260294972Yes$265.00More info
FUND.ACCT.PRINCIPLES-ACCESSWILD9781259693878Yes$186.00More info
Link to this item (2020B891)
ACCT&202 Prin of Accounting II Snapp R ArrangedArrangedDistance LearningOnline5Waitlist (4)

ACCT&202 - Prin of Accounting II
Room/Location: Arranged (Arr)
Description: Includes accounting for fixed assets, liabilities, partnerships and corporations. Also includes the statement of cash flows as well as the underlying principles of accounting.
Prerequisite: ACCT& 201.
Additional details: Online - https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas)
Class Fee: 40.00
Class Dates: 7/2/2018     End Date: 8/23/2018
Meets Distribution Requirements: Transferable, does not meet distribution (Note)
Class Limit: 35 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired?Used PriceNew PriceUsed RentalNew Rental
FUND. ACCT.PRIN. BK +CONNECT CODE PKGWILD9781260294972Yes$265.00More info
FUND.ACCT.PRINCIPLES-ACCESSWILD9781259693878Yes$186.00More info
Link to this item (2022B891)
ACCT&203 Prin of Accounting III Snapp R ArrangedArrangedDistance LearningOnline516

ACCT&203 - Prin of Accounting III
Room/Location: Arranged (Arr)
Description: Development and analysis of accounting information for managerial decision-making.
Prerequisite: ACCT& 202 and high school algebra or its equivalent.
Additional details: Online - https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas)
Class Fee: 40.00
Class Dates: 7/2/2018     End Date: 8/23/2018
Meets Distribution Requirements: Transferable, does not meet distribution (Note)
Class Limit: 35 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired?Used PriceNew PriceUsed RentalNew Rental
FUND. ACCT.PRIN. BK +CONNECT CODE PKGWILD9781260294972Yes$265.00More info
FUND.ACCT.PRINCIPLES-ACCESSWILD9781259693878Yes$186.00More info
Link to this item (2024B891)
ACES 101 Diversity and American Culture Estrella J ArrangedArrangedDistance LearningOnline5Waitlist (3)

ACES 101 - Diversity and American Culture
Room/Location: Arranged (Arr)
Description: This course introduces students to the interdisciplinary study of diversity in American culture and society through the synthesis of theories, concepts, and insights from literature, sociology, and history. Students will have the opportunity to examine various media and their own complex identities and families in specific socio-historical and cultural contexts. Through careful reading and discussion of novelists, short story writers, artists, activists, historians, and sociologists, we will explore how meanings of race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality, and disability are formed in relationship to lived experiences and American ideologies. (Same as HUMAN 101)
Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL& 101 with a grade of 2.0 or above is strongly recommended.
Additional details: Online - https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas)
Class Fee: 40.00
Class Dates: 7/2/2018     End Date: 8/23/2018
Meets Distribution Requirements: Humanities/Social Sciences (Note)
Class Limit: 40 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired?Used PriceNew PriceUsed RentalNew Rental
STONE BUTCH BLUESFEINBERG9781555838539Yes$40.25$53.50$20.00$25.00More info
Link to this item (3001B891)
ACES 101 Diversity and American Culture Powell R TTh10:00 AM - 12:35 PMSheltonWeb-Enhanced5Cancelled

ACES 101 - Diversity and American Culture
Room/Location: PB 002 (OC Shelton - Portable B)
Description: This course introduces students to the interdisciplinary study of diversity in American culture and society through the synthesis of theories, concepts, and insights from literature, sociology, and history. Students will have the opportunity to examine various media and their own complex identities and families in specific socio-historical and cultural contexts. Through careful reading and discussion of novelists, short story writers, artists, activists, historians, and sociologists, we will explore how meanings of race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality, and disability are formed in relationship to lived experiences and American ideologies. (Same as HUMAN 101)
Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL& 101 with a grade of 2.0 or above is strongly recommended.
Additional details: Web Enhanced -. https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas)
Class Fee: 0.00
Class Dates: 7/2/2018     End Date: 8/23/2018
Meets Distribution Requirements: Humanities/Social Sciences (Note)
Class Limit: 40 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired?Used PriceNew PriceUsed RentalNew Rental
STONE BUTCH BLUESFEINBERG9781555838539Yes$40.25$53.50$20.00$25.00More info
Link to this item (7300B891)
ACES 102 The LGBTQ Experience Estrella J ArrangedArrangedDistance LearningOnline519

ACES 102 - The LGBTQ Experience
Room/Location: Arranged (Arr)
Description: This course provides students with an introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Studies. Students will become familiar with critical approaches to the study of sexuality and gender from an interdisciplinary perspective. Focus will be on investigating the production and regulation of sexualities in relation to gender identities, popular culture, racial and national formations, and media aesthetics. The class will also engage varying competing arguments about contemporary controversies. Readings and primary texts will include historical materials, sociological studies, queer and transgender theory, activist publications, memoirs, literary fiction, nightclub culture, drag performances, and film. (Same as HUMAN 102)
Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL& 101 with a grade of 2.0 or above is strongly recommended.
Additional details: Online - https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas)
Class Fee: 40.00
Class Dates: 7/2/2018     End Date: 8/23/2018
Meets Distribution Requirements: Humanities/Social Sciences (Note)
Class Limit: 35 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired?Used PriceNew PriceUsed RentalNew Rental
FINDING OUTALEXANDER9781506337401Yes$65.00$81.00$32.50$40.50More info
FUN HOME:FAMILY TRAGICOMICBECHDEL9780618871711Yes$9.00$14.95More info
Link to this item (3003B891)