I have taught at Santa Fe College for over twenty years and can't imagine being anywhere else. I fell into accounting as a sophomore at UF when I was shopping around for a major. I am a CPA, licensed in the State of Florida, and continue to enjoy learning more about accounting. My husband and I and both of our children graduated from UF, so we are a definite Gator family.
Accounting is not a math class.Accounting is like a big puzzle, so it is more like a logic class. The level of math that we do in accounting is pretty basic, so relax if that is causing you stress. Accounting has a ton of practical applications in your daily life and I hope I can help you see the relevance of what you are learning.
My Teaching Philosophy
I am committed to helping students get a thorough understanding of accounting basics and to helping them in any way that I can. I have a great deal of respect for all the things our students juggle in their lives. I love everything Santa Fe stands for and hope to really make a positive difference in your experience here.
MS ACCOUNTING UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
BS BUSINESS ADMIN UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
Mondays 9:30-11:00 am and 2:00-4:30 pm on NW campus
Tuesdays 2:00-4:00 pm online
Wednesdays 3:30-4:30 pm on NW campus
Thursdays 2:00-4:00 pm online
Fridays 11:00 am-12:30 pm on NW campus
ACG2001 - Principles of Accounting I
This course, followed by ACG2011, is recommended for non-accounting majors. Students will use technology to prepare and communicate financial information. Specifically, students will understand the accounting cycle including the measurement of business transactions and income; accounting system principles and internal controls; the preparation and analysis of financial statements; and the measurement and reporting of transactions concerning cash, account s receivable, and inventories.
ACG2011 - Principles of Accounting II
This course is the second in the two-course Principles of Accounting sequence.This course, preceded by ACG2001, is recommended for non-accounting major s. Students will use technology to prepare and communicate financial information. Specifically, students will analyze and interpret transactions concerning fixed assets, current and long-term liabilities, shareholders equity; prepare the cash flow statement; and articulate accounting knowledge when analyzing financial statements.
ACG2021 - Intro. to Financial Accounting
This course is an accelerated conceptual introduction to financial accounting. Students will prepare, use, and interpret financial information. Course is comparable to ACG2001 and ACG2011 combined. Students may enroll in this course or the ACG2001 and ACG2011 sequence, but not all three courses.
ACG2071 - Managerial Accounting
This course focuses on how managers use quantitative and qualitative accounting information for decision making individually and as members of a management team. Students will study management accounting fundamentals including cost concepts and cost allocation; understand cost-based and activity-based information systems; use information for planning purposes including cost behavior analysis and the budgeting process; measure and evaluate performance using financial and non-financial metrics and reports; and synthesize course knowledge to make price, quality, short-run and long-run decisions.