Don’t worry if you change social media platforms (or if we do) because everything can always be found at in one place: http://www.HomeschoolingforCollegeCredit.comContinue reading “Where to find HS4CC”
PART 2 of 4
Degree planning, in contrast to high school planning, is when your teen’s courses are selected to meet the requirements for a specific college degree. In this 4-part series, I’d like to talk more about degree planning, especially the pros and cons.
Continue reading “Degree Planning 101 (part 2)”
PART 1 of 4
Degree planning, in contrast to high school planning, is when your teen’s courses are selected to meet the requirements for a specific college degree. In this 4-part series, I’d like to talk more about degree planning, especially the pros and cons. Continue reading “Degree Planning 101 (part 1)”
ASU is a favorite dual enrollment option in our community, and their Spring line up has some great courses! ASU published start dates for some of their Spring courses, AND added a new course in Accounting! Registration is open. Please note that these dates are subject to change.Continue reading “Register now for Spring 2021 Dual Enrollment Courses at ASU”
I have several favorite parts of Homeschooling for College Credit that find myself pulling from time and again! Each month I’m sharing those with you – I hope you enjoy today’s excerpt. It is from Chapter 7: Transcripts and Record Keeping Continue reading “HS4CC Chapter 7”
As we close out 2020, let’s end this year with a bang!! Did your teen earn college credit? Did they do something cool? Did they graduate? Share below so we can celebrate with you!
Throwback to 2012 when I wrote this, “Whatever credit your child earns, even if it’s just one, is a step in the right direction!” I’ve always been a cheerleader for average students gifted with motivated parents- mainly because those are my people- that’s me. Deliberate and intentional homeschooling with average and sometimes passive kids. What could go wrong? Continue reading “Has Your Homeschooling for College Credit Program Gone too Far?”
We are often asked which course to start with from Arizona State University’s Earned Admissions (EA) lineup. This isn’t a “one size fits all” answer, but there are a few things to keep in mind as you consider your options.Continue reading “Insider Tip: Choosing Your First ASU Course”
Thinking you missed the Advanced Placement registration for 2021? I just learned today that the registration date was pushed to March 12, 2021!Continue reading “AP Deadline: March 12, 2021”
Arizona State University has added a new course to their Earned Admissions program: ACC 231 Uses of Accounting 1 is a teacher-paced, 8 week, 3 credit Accounting course with a first offering date of 3/16/2021!
Are you interested in business and its financial aspects? This course introduces the uses of accounting information throughout the business cycle and how accounting information is used for internal and external purposes. Topics include Generally Accepted Accounting Principles or “GAAP” and the preparation and analysis of financial statements.
Opportunities to apply concepts with hands-on practice are integrated throughout the course. In addition, the course’s content is adaptive, allowing you to achieve mastery of the concepts on a personalized learning path.
Focused on decision-making and the role of accounting in the decision-making process, this course’s topics are applicable not only to business but to any situation that utilizes financial information
You will learn:
- Uses and limitations of accounting information
- Types of business entities, internal controls, regulatory bodies, and more
- The accounting cycle from transaction entry to preparation of financial statements
- How to apply Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and Assumptions (GAAP) within accounting’s overall framework
- Interpretation and analysis of financial statements using ratio analysis
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For More Information:
As with all of ASU’s EA courses, the cost is $25 to sign up and students optionally pay $400 at the end if they like the grade and want to add it to their ASU transcript. If not, no record of the course is recorded. Students may retake the courses as many times as needed to get the grade they want. Bonus: no red tape, no need to send transcripts, no hoops to jump through, and no placement tests. Just sign up for a login on their site and pay $25 per course to start! This is a one-of-a-kind program from a well known, regionally accredited (the gold standard), 4 year, tier 1 research University.
One more thing!
If you enroll in one of ASU’s EA courses, be sure to join our ASU Homeschooling for College Credit Facebook group! You’ll learn how to get the most out of the program with us!