Two-Year College Accounting Faculty: Their Opinions About the First Course In Accounting
The Accounting Education Change Commission (AECC) is calling for significant changes in the content and teaching style of the accounting principles courses. This article presents the results of a national survey of 2-year college accounting faculty and indicates that significant disagreement exists within this group on the need for reform of accounting principles. Several implementation concerns were identified (e.g., increased articulation problems resulting from different teaching approaches). Finally, most 2-year college faculty feel that they are ignored by 4-year college faculty in matters of curriculum design; thus, a major source of input appears largely untapped.
Journal of Education for Business
Jordan, C. E.,
Clark, S. J.
(1995). Two-Year College Accounting Faculty: Their Opinions About the First Course In Accounting. Journal of Education for Business, 71(2), 68-71.
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