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    A study of the underlying theory and application of financial accounting concepts
    Credits: 3.00
    Prerequisites: (MATH 1111 Minimum Grade: C or MATH 1111H Minimum Grade: C or MTH 110 Minimum Grade: C) or (MTH 108 Minimum Grade: C and MTH 109 Minimum Grade: C) or (MATH 1113 Minimum Grade: C or MTH 113 Minimum Grade: C or MATH 1113H Minimum Grade: C) or (MATH 1101 Minimum Grade: C) or MATH 1120 Minimum Grade: C
      A study of the underlying theory and application of managerial accounting concepts
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: ACCT 2101 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 205 Minimum Grade: C
      Accounting theory and practice related to preparation and presentation of corporate financial statements in accordance with GAAP. Emphasis on acquisition of assets and services.
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: (ACCT 2101 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 205 Minimum Grade: C) and (ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 206 Minimum Grade: C) or (ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C)
     
      Accounting theory and practice related to preparation and presentation of corporate financial statements in accordance with GAAP. Emphasis on acquisition of assets and services
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: (ACCT 2101 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 205 Minimum Grade: C) and (ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 206 Minimum Grade: C) or (ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C). This section is for students participating in the GSW Honors Program
      Continuation of ACCT 3250 with emphasis on fixed assets, liabilities, stockholders' equity, and investments
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: ACCT 3250 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 310 Minimum Grade: C
      Continuation of ACCT 3260 with emphasis on special issues related to income measurement, asset and liability valuation and recent developments in the accounting profession.
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: ACCT 3250 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 310 Minimum Grade: C
      The basic theory and practice related to determination of cost of products and services provided by a business and providing accounting information to management
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 206 Minimum Grade: C
      Covers the theory and design of automated procedures of accumulation and reporting information with special emphasis on internal control.
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 206 Minimum Grade: C
      Covers the theory and design of automated procedures of accumulation and reporting information with special emphasis on internal control
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 206 Minimum Grade: C. This section is for students participating in the GSW Honors Program.
      An introduction to the income tax laws with emphasis on taxation of individuals
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 206 Minimum Grade: C
      A continuation of ACCT 4230 with emphasis on taxation of business organizations, particularly corporations and partnerships.
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: ACCT 4230 Minimum Grade: C
      Accounting theory and practice related to non-business organizations; governments and other non-profit organizations
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: ACCT 3260 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 311 Minimum Grade: C or ACCT 3270 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 312 Minimum Grade: C
      Accounting theory and practice related to non-business organizations; governments and other non-profit organizations
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: ACCT 3260 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 311 Minimum Grade: C or ACCT 3270 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 312 Minimum Grade: C. This section is for students participating in the GSW Honors Program
      Study of accounting history, accounting theory, accounting institutions and contemporary issues in accounting
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: (ACCT 3260 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 311 Minimum Grade: C) or (ACCT 3270 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 312 Minimum Grade: C)
      A study of systems of internal accounting control in organizations, their design and evaluation; and an introduction to the basic principles and techniques of auditing.
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: ACCT 3260 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 311 Minimum Grade: C or ACCT 3270 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 312 Minimum Grade: C
      Professional accounting experience obtained by employment with a public accounting firm, a business, or other organization while under the supervision of a partner, manager, or other office of the sponsoring organization. Permission of the Dean required.
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: (ACCT 3250 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 310 Minimum Grade: C or ACCT 5250 Minimum Grade: C)
      A study of the concepts of analysis and interpretation of financial data as a basis for business decisions.
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C
        Professional accounting experience with public accounting firm business, or other organization while under the supervision of a partner, manager, or other officer of the sponsoring organization
        Credits: 3.00
        Prerequisites:  ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C

        Undergraduate

          A study of the underlying theory and application of financial accounting concepts
          Credits: 3.00
          Prerequisites: (MATH 1111 Minimum Grade: C or MATH 1111H Minimum Grade: C or MTH 110 Minimum Grade: C) or (MTH 108 Minimum Grade: C and MTH 109 Minimum Grade: C) or (MATH 1113 Minimum Grade: C or MTH 113 Minimum Grade: C or MATH 1113H Minimum Grade: C) or (MATH 1101 Minimum Grade: C) or MATH 1120 Minimum Grade: C
            A study of the underlying theory and application of managerial accounting concepts
            Credits: 3.00
            Prerequisites: ACCT 2101 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 205 Minimum Grade: C
            Accounting theory and practice related to preparation and presentation of corporate financial statements in accordance with GAAP. Emphasis on acquisition of assets and services.
            Credits: 3.00
            Prerequisites: (ACCT 2101 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 205 Minimum Grade: C) and (ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 206 Minimum Grade: C) or (ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C)
           
            Accounting theory and practice related to preparation and presentation of corporate financial statements in accordance with GAAP. Emphasis on acquisition of assets and services
            Credits: 3.00
            Prerequisites: (ACCT 2101 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 205 Minimum Grade: C) and (ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 206 Minimum Grade: C) or (ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C). This section is for students participating in the GSW Honors Program
            Continuation of ACCT 3250 with emphasis on fixed assets, liabilities, stockholders' equity, and investments
            Credits: 3.00
            Prerequisites: ACCT 3250 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 310 Minimum Grade: C
            Continuation of ACCT 3260 with emphasis on special issues related to income measurement, asset and liability valuation and recent developments in the accounting profession.
            Credits: 3.00
            Prerequisites: ACCT 3250 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 310 Minimum Grade: C
            The basic theory and practice related to determination of cost of products and services provided by a business and providing accounting information to management
            Credits: 3.00
            Prerequisites: ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 206 Minimum Grade: C
            Covers the theory and design of automated procedures of accumulation and reporting information with special emphasis on internal control.
            Credits: 3.00
            Prerequisites: ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 206 Minimum Grade: C
            Covers the theory and design of automated procedures of accumulation and reporting information with special emphasis on internal control
            Credits: 3.00
            Prerequisites: ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 206 Minimum Grade: C. This section is for students participating in the GSW Honors Program.
            An introduction to the income tax laws with emphasis on taxation of individuals
            Credits: 3.00
            Prerequisites: ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 206 Minimum Grade: C
            A continuation of ACCT 4230 with emphasis on taxation of business organizations, particularly corporations and partnerships.
            Credits: 3.00
            Prerequisites: ACCT 4230 Minimum Grade: C
            Accounting theory and practice related to non-business organizations; governments and other non-profit organizations
            Credits: 3.00
            Prerequisites: ACCT 3260 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 311 Minimum Grade: C or ACCT 3270 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 312 Minimum Grade: C
            Accounting theory and practice related to non-business organizations; governments and other non-profit organizations
            Credits: 3.00
            Prerequisites: ACCT 3260 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 311 Minimum Grade: C or ACCT 3270 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 312 Minimum Grade: C. This section is for students participating in the GSW Honors Program
            Study of accounting history, accounting theory, accounting institutions and contemporary issues in accounting
            Credits: 3.00
            Prerequisites: (ACCT 3260 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 311 Minimum Grade: C) or (ACCT 3270 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 312 Minimum Grade: C)
            A study of systems of internal accounting control in organizations, their design and evaluation; and an introduction to the basic principles and techniques of auditing.
            Credits: 3.00
            Prerequisites: ACCT 3260 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 311 Minimum Grade: C or ACCT 3270 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 312 Minimum Grade: C
            Professional accounting experience obtained by employment with a public accounting firm, a business, or other organization while under the supervision of a partner, manager, or other office of the sponsoring organization. Permission of the Dean required.
            Credits: 3.00
            Prerequisites: (ACCT 3250 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 310 Minimum Grade: C or ACCT 5250 Minimum Grade: C)

          Graduate

            A study of the concepts of analysis and interpretation of financial data as a basis for business decisions.
            Credits: 3.00
            Prerequisites: ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C
              Professional accounting experience with public accounting firm business, or other organization while under the supervision of a partner, manager, or other officer of the sponsoring organization
              Credits: 3.00
              Prerequisites:  ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C

               

              Undergraduate

              Graduate

                A study of the underlying theory and application of financial accounting concepts
                Credits: 3.00
                Prerequisites: (MATH 1111 Minimum Grade: C or MATH 1111H Minimum Grade: C or MTH 110 Minimum Grade: C) or (MTH 108 Minimum Grade: C and MTH 109 Minimum Grade: C) or (MATH 1113 Minimum Grade: C or MTH 113 Minimum Grade: C or MATH 1113H Minimum Grade: C) or (MATH 1101 Minimum Grade: C) or MATH 1120 Minimum Grade: C
                  A study of the underlying theory and application of managerial accounting concepts
                  Credits: 3.00
                  Prerequisites: ACCT 2101 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 205 Minimum Grade: C
                  Accounting theory and practice related to preparation and presentation of corporate financial statements in accordance with GAAP. Emphasis on acquisition of assets and services.
                  Credits: 3.00
                  Prerequisites: (ACCT 2101 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 205 Minimum Grade: C) and (ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 206 Minimum Grade: C) or (ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C)
                 
                  Accounting theory and practice related to preparation and presentation of corporate financial statements in accordance with GAAP. Emphasis on acquisition of assets and services
                  Credits: 3.00
                  Prerequisites: (ACCT 2101 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 205 Minimum Grade: C) and (ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 206 Minimum Grade: C) or (ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C). This section is for students participating in the GSW Honors Program
                  Continuation of ACCT 3250 with emphasis on fixed assets, liabilities, stockholders' equity, and investments
                  Credits: 3.00
                  Prerequisites: ACCT 3250 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 310 Minimum Grade: C
                  Continuation of ACCT 3260 with emphasis on special issues related to income measurement, asset and liability valuation and recent developments in the accounting profession.
                  Credits: 3.00
                  Prerequisites: ACCT 3250 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 310 Minimum Grade: C
                  The basic theory and practice related to determination of cost of products and services provided by a business and providing accounting information to management
                  Credits: 3.00
                  Prerequisites: ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 206 Minimum Grade: C
                  Covers the theory and design of automated procedures of accumulation and reporting information with special emphasis on internal control.
                  Credits: 3.00
                  Prerequisites: ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 206 Minimum Grade: C
                  Covers the theory and design of automated procedures of accumulation and reporting information with special emphasis on internal control
                  Credits: 3.00
                  Prerequisites: ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 206 Minimum Grade: C. This section is for students participating in the GSW Honors Program.
                  An introduction to the income tax laws with emphasis on taxation of individuals
                  Credits: 3.00
                  Prerequisites: ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 206 Minimum Grade: C
                  A continuation of ACCT 4230 with emphasis on taxation of business organizations, particularly corporations and partnerships.
                  Credits: 3.00
                  Prerequisites: ACCT 4230 Minimum Grade: C
                  Accounting theory and practice related to non-business organizations; governments and other non-profit organizations
                  Credits: 3.00
                  Prerequisites: ACCT 3260 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 311 Minimum Grade: C or ACCT 3270 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 312 Minimum Grade: C
                  Accounting theory and practice related to non-business organizations; governments and other non-profit organizations
                  Credits: 3.00
                  Prerequisites: ACCT 3260 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 311 Minimum Grade: C or ACCT 3270 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 312 Minimum Grade: C. This section is for students participating in the GSW Honors Program
                  Study of accounting history, accounting theory, accounting institutions and contemporary issues in accounting
                  Credits: 3.00
                  Prerequisites: (ACCT 3260 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 311 Minimum Grade: C) or (ACCT 3270 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 312 Minimum Grade: C)
                  A study of systems of internal accounting control in organizations, their design and evaluation; and an introduction to the basic principles and techniques of auditing.
                  Credits: 3.00
                  Prerequisites: ACCT 3260 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 311 Minimum Grade: C or ACCT 3270 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 312 Minimum Grade: C
                  Professional accounting experience obtained by employment with a public accounting firm, a business, or other organization while under the supervision of a partner, manager, or other office of the sponsoring organization. Permission of the Dean required.
                  Credits: 3.00
                  Prerequisites: (ACCT 3250 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 310 Minimum Grade: C or ACCT 5250 Minimum Grade: C)
                  A study of the concepts of analysis and interpretation of financial data as a basis for business decisions.
                  Credits: 3.00
                  Prerequisites: ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C
                    Professional accounting experience with public accounting firm business, or other organization while under the supervision of a partner, manager, or other officer of the sponsoring organization
                    Credits: 3.00
                    Prerequisites:  ACCT 2102 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 327 Minimum Grade: C

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                    Industry: 
                    Manufacturing
                    Headquarters location:
                    Calhoun, GA
                    Other locations (in GA):

                    Manufacturing facility and warehouse: Dublin; sales outlets: Thomasville, Waycross, Dalton

                     

                    Company Description:

                    Perry Grimes Enterprises is a manufacturer of specialty commercial flooring with distribution centers placed across Georgia.

                     

                    Employees at HQ:
                    115
                    Employees total:
                    400
                    Revenue Growth:

                    In 2012, we generated revenues of $16 million, in 2013 we generated revenues of $18 million, and in 2014 we generated revenues of $21 million.  As such, we have experienced an approximate 15% annual increase in revenue.

                     

                    Mission Statement:

                    Our mission is to surpass expectations in quality, delivery, and cost through customer interaction, continuous improvement, and continued investment in research and design activities to introduce breakthrough products that can create new value for years. We appreciate our achieved success and we conduct our business as model corporate citizens

                     

                    Products/Services:

                    Our manufacturing and distribution processes provide competitive advantages in the production of carpet, rugs, ceramic tile, laminate, wood, and stone.

                     

                    Company History:

                    Perry Grimes Enterprises was founded in 1991 when a homeowner who was frustrated with the low durability of her floor coverings (tile/laminate, carpeting, and hardwood) could not find a quality, affordable product that required minimal maintenance. While searching for an acceptable product, she experimented with various coatings and cleaners and found a way to better prepare these types of surfaces. After receiving four patents on her processes, she entered a financial partnership to produce, distribute, and sell these new floor coverings. The company has grown slowly, but steadily over the past 25 years, with greater growth in recent years. Management’s vision for the future is to expand throughout the southeastern US over the next decade, with the goal of having three warehouse / distribution centers and 20 sales outlets by 2025.

                     

                    Job Opportunities:
                      Seeking an Assistant Controller for MOS Athletics, the 5th largest American sportswear retailer in the United States. This is an entry-level position in which the candidate will possess and demonstrate a broad knowledge of accounting skills by assisting the division Controller in maintaining the financial integrity of the company by following the GAAP. The candidate is also expected to establish relationships with members of management and provide recommendations to implement financial strategies. May provide supervision of supporting staff. This position reports directly to the division Controller.
                        The Human Resource Coordinator provides administrative support to the Human Resource Manager. This position assists with employee health and other benefits and acts as a liaison between healthcare providers and the employee. The Human Resource Coordinator also ensures all activities are in accordance to state and federal laws. This position reports directly to the HR Manager and may require communication with HR Managers and Coordinators at other branches.
                          The Lead Sales Consultant is knowledgeable in all areas of the business and consistently delivers a positive customer experience to all customers. The Lead Consultant's time will be spent taking customer orders, coordinating store activities, providing pricing information, recommending the appropriate products and services, producing complex orders, operating store equipment that requires advanced operational knowledge and expertise, and managing, monitoring, and facilitating all processes as needed. The Lead Consultant performs their duties utilizing consultative skills to anticipate needs, suggest alternatives, and provide solutions to colleagues and customers. With leadership direction, the Lead Consultant may provide direction to the other consultants and solve escalated customer issues.
                          Electronics 4 You is a small business in the retail sector that specializes in top-rated CPUs, laptops, PDAs, mobile listening devices, etc.
                         
                          The Market Research Analyst will actively seek to boost the engagement of its client and provide guidance within their business structure. Gains will be made as the qualitative and quantitative skill set is used to analyze data, trends, strategies, and competition to improve the competitiveness and growth of its client. In using the gathered data and preferences of its client, support will be given where needed for decisions regarding promotions, pricing, and product designs.
                          Job Description
                          This position works with various stores and clients to build marketing programs that increase sales and local market share. It helps in the strategic planning of stores and uses creativity in a consulting capacity to help the stores implement those strategies, and then measures the effectiveness of those programs.
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