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Strunk Accounting Fundamentals Courses

The Strunk Foundation established a Walsh College Foundation endowment in memory of Arthur Strunk, a 1957 Walsh Institute graduate. The endowment funds a four-session, non-credit course to help students understand accounting concepts and maximize their success in both their accounting course work and their business careers.


Fall Dates

Troy:

Date Location Time/Instructor
September 29
ROOM 101 1 – 4 PM
Joe Lipiec
October 6
ROOM 101
1 – 4 PM
Punita Sura
October 13
ROOM 101
1 – 4 PM
Ken Gleason
October 20
ROOM 101
1 – 4 PM
Russ Fuller


Novi:

Date Location Time/Instructor
October 27
ROOM 505 Noon – 3 PM
Joe Lipiec
November 3 ROOM 505
Noon – 3 PM
Punita Sura
November 10 ROOM 505
Noon – 3 PM
Ken Gleason
November 17 ROOM 505
Noon – 3 PM
Russ Fuller


Topics Include:

Course concepts from ACC 300/500, ACC 301/501, and ACC 508, including Transaction Analysis, Debits and Credits, Trial Balances, Adjusting Entries, Financial Statements, and Error Analysis.

Details of the Strunk Fundamentals Courses:

  • Free
  • Taught by Walsh full-time and adjunct professors
  • Available at the Troy and Novi locations

  • For more information or to register, contact Diane Barrantes at dbarrant@walshcollege.edu