Undergraduate Programmes Booklist Semester 2, 2012/13

 

Semester 2 Booklist, A/Y 2012/13

Semester 2, 2012-2013

 

Course:                      Foun1301- Law, Governance, Economy and Society

Text/Resource(s):   

LaGuerre, J. eds. 1977. Issues in the Government and Politics of the West Indies. St Augustine, SCS

Antoine, R. Commonwealth Caribbean Law and Legal Systems. London: Cavendish  Publishing Limited

 

Course:                      Foun1101- Caribbean Civilization

 The Stolen Cascadura by Beverly Scott.  Product Details

·         ISBN-13: 9781434332875

·         Publisher: Authorhouse

·         Publication date: 10/15/2007

·         Pages: 404

·         Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.90 (d)

 

Programme:  BSc Accounting

 

LEVEL I

No prescribed text (NPT): Students are not currently required to purchase text books for courses offered in Semester 2 of Academic Year 2011-2012

 
     

LEVEL II

Course:                          ACCT2014 - Intermediate Financial Accounting I             AND

         ACCT 2015 - Intermediate Financial Accounting II

The books listed below are the current volumes to be used in ACCT2014, ACCT2015 and ACCT3040

REQUIRED TEXTS:

Intermediate Accounting: IFRS EditionVolume 1, 1st Edition by Donald E. Kieso, Jerry J. Weygandt, Terry D. Warfield. ISBN 978-0-470-61630-7
                                   AND
Intermediate Accounting: IFRS EditionVolume 2, 1st Edition by Donald E. Kieso, Jerry J. Weygandt, Terry D. Warfield. ISBN 978-0-470-61631-4

Recommended Reading:

Applying International Financial Reporting Standards (enhanced edition), Alfredson, Leo, Picker, Pacter, Radford

LEVEL III

Course:                              ACCT3040 - Accounting Theory
 

Text/Resource:

Schroder, R. G., Clark, M. W. and Cathey, J. M .(2009). Financial Accounting Theory and Analysis: Text and Cases 9th Edition John Wiley and Sons Inc.

AND

Intermediate Accounting: IFRS EditionVolume 1, 1st Edition by Donald E. Kieso, Jerry J. Weygandt, Terry D. Warfield. ISBN 978-0-470-61630-7
                                   AND
Intermediate Accounting: IFRS EditionVolume 2, 1st Edition by Donald E. Kieso, Jerry J. Weygandt, Terry D. Warfield. ISBN 978-0-470-61631-4

Recommended Reading:

Applying International Financial Reporting Standards (enhanced edition), Alfredson, Leo, Picker, Pacter, Radford

 

Course:                              ACCT3043 - Auditing I

Essential Text

Arens, Alvin A., Elder,Randal J. and Mark Beasley. Auditing and Assurance Services. An Integrated Approach (13th Edition). Prentice Hall. ISBN: 0136084737

 

Note important information below:

The essential text is available for purchase as a e-textbook at a special price of US$45.00 from the publisher – Pearson Education, in combination with supporting course material on the Pearson MyAccountingLab website. Students should contact the department at coursedevelopment@open.uwi.edufor information on the arrangements to access the e-textbook and lab and the payment procedure.

Note this is an essential text along with the lab access for delivery of this course and no Open Campus prepared course materials will be available to students in a course print or CD package.

 

Programme:  BSc Management Studies (Major), Economics (Minor)

Course:                          MGMT3037 - International Business Management

Text/Resource:         Wild, J., Wild, K. and J. Han, International Business: The Challenges of Globalization. N.J. Pearson,                                         Prentice Hall

 

Programme: BSc Banking & Finance (Special)

LEVEL I

No prescribed text (NPT): Students are not currently required to purchase text books for courses offered in Semester 2 of Academic Year 2011-12

However, students must pay close attention to the Cases and Online Texts presented to prepare themselves for successful completion of all courses.

 

Programme: BEd Educational Leadership & Management (Major & Special)

LEVEL II

COURSE:            EDLM2003 - Financial and Operational Management in Education

Highly Recommended Reading (Purchase optional)

1.       Wood, F., & Sangster, A. (2008). Business accounting: Volume 1. FT: Prentice Hall. 

2.       Howell, P. (1996). Understanding school budgets: As simple as 1, 2, 3. EdSource,  Inc.

William Garner, C (2004) Education finance for school leaders: Strategic planning and administration.  New Jersey: Pearson

 

COURSE:           EDLM2005Gender and Educational Leadership

RecommendedText:

Collard, J. & Reynolds, C. (Eds.). 2004. Leadership, Gender and Culture in Education. Open University Press; McGraw Hill Education.

 

COURSE:           EDLM2007Education Marketing and Public Relations

Highly recommended  (Purchase optional)

Broom, G. (2009). Cutlip & Center’s effective public relations, (10th Edition). New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

Gibbs,P., & Knapp, M. (2002). Marketing higher and further education: An educator’s guide to promoting courses, departments and institutions, Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing Inc.

Kotler, P., & Armstrong, G. (2010). Principles of Marketing. New Jersey: Pearson Education Inc.

Lockhart, J.M. (2010). How to market your school: A guide to marketing, communication and public relations for school administrators. Lincoln, Nebraska: iUniverse.

Wilcox, D., & Cameron, G., Ault, P., & Agee, W.K.(2007). Public relations: Strategies and tactics, (8th Edition). New Jersey: Pearson Education Inc.

Lyle, A. M. (2010). Reflexive practice: Dialectic encounter in psychology & education. London: Xilibris Corporation

 

Course:    EDLM 2008 Reflective Practice in Action I              

Text/Resource (s):   

Bolton, G. (2010). Reflective practice, writing and professional development (3rd Edition). London: Sage Publication Ltd.

Lyle, A. M. (2010). Reflexive Practice: Dialectic Encounter in Psychology & Education.   London: Xilibris Corporation.

 

 Programme: BEd Primary - Language Arts

 

Course:               GEND2013 - Men and Masculinities in the Caribbean

Text/Resource:         

V.S Naipaul’s, MIGUEL STREET, Penguin Books, 1971 or any available edition

 

Programme: BEd Secondary English Language Education and BEd Literacy Studies

 

Course:

LING1402 Introduction to Language Structure

Text/Resource(s): 

Fromkin, V., R. Rodman & N. Hyman (2007)  An Introduction to Language 8th Edition    Harcourt Brace College Publishers  ~ PRESCRIBED

[ADFH]Akmajian, Adrian, Richard Demers, and Robert Hanish  (latest edition)  Linguistics: An Introduction to Language and Communication,  4th edition, MIT Press.

~ Highly Recommended

 Department of Linguistics, Ohio state University (latest edition)  Language Files  Columbus: Ohio State Univ. Press. ~ Highly Recommended

 [RABCS] Radford, Atkinson, Britain, Clahsen, Spencer (1999)   Linguistics: An Introduction   Cambridge University Press ~ Highly Recommended

Additional Readings:

Phonetics & Phonology:

1)            Ashby, Patricia (1995).  Speech Sounds.  London:  Routledge.

2)            Ladefoged, P. (1982).  A Course in Phonetics.  Toronto:  Harcourt Brace.

3)             Clarke, J. & Yallop, C. (1990).  An Introduction to Phonetics & Phonology.  Oxford:  Basil.

4)             Katamba, F. (1989).  An Introduction to Phonology.  London:  Longman Group UK.

 Morphology & Syntax:

1)            Fabb, Nigel(1994).  Sentence Structure.  London:  Routledge.

2)             Brown, E. K. & Miller, J. E. (1988).  Syntax:  A Linguistic Introduction to Sentence Structure.  London:  Century Hutchinson Ltd

 

~ Highly Recommended

Programme:

BEd Secondary - Mathematics

No prescribed text (NPT):

Students are not currently required to purchase text books for courses offered in Semester 2 of Academic Year 2011/12

 

 

Programme:

BEd Secondary – Computer Science

Course:

CS20R - Analysis of Algorithms

Text/Resource:

Computer Algorithms, by Sara Baase and Allen van Gelder

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