Date of publication: 2017-08-22 00:06
All students must be fingerprinted prior to their first clinical experience and should do this upon entrance to the program. Students who have already completed this process through their undergraduate program, should provide evidence to the Director of Clinical Services.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: analyze economic transactions record economic transactions in the accounting system prepare necessary adjusting and closing entries maintain the general ledger prepare financial statements (Income Statement, Balance Sheet and Statement of Owner's Equity) provide examples of internal control procedures and discuss the importance of ethics.
With over 65,555 students calling the Albany area home, it is easy to find housing that meets your needs and budget. Housing options in Albany range from brownstones in downtown Albany neighborhoods, to garden apartments in the surrounding suburbs. The Office of Campus Life hosts an off-campus housing webpage where students can search for apartments and roommates. Additionally, University Heights College Suites offers student apartments at a fixed monthly rate.
Topics include: the history and definition of coaching ethics of coaching coaching competency models of coaching collegiality and the business of coaching. Methods include lecture, discussion, in-class exercises and coaching role play.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: read, translate and interpret Biblical and pertinent Rabbinical and classical Jewish literature pertaining to Books: Kings I and II and identify and describe major themes found in those literatures.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to identify and describe major themes in the book of Jeremiah as expounded in classical and contemporary Jewish Literature.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to explain different data structures, how they are used in problem solving, and create and use data structures in a program to be posted.
This degree satisfies the academic and clinical requirements for the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Certificate of Clinical Competence and New York state licensure as a speech-language pathologist as well as a certification as a teacher of students with speech and language disabilities.
Offices within the division of Student Affairs coordinate programs designed to support students and enhance their academic experience. Services include tutorial support, counseling for HEOP and ACCESS students, co-curricular programs and activities, services for disabled students, Multicultural Affairs, and the Academic Support Center. Please see the catalog for additional information.