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  • ACCOUNTING Instructor
  • ACCT 201, Financial Accounting
  • ACCT 202, Managerial Accounting
  • BS, University of San Diego
  • CPA, California
  • VOICEMAIL: 760.757.2121 x 1382
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Gabriela Bryant
ACCT 201 Class

Gabriela Bryant obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Accountancy from the University of San Diego. She is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the State of California. Gabriela has worked in both public and private accounting, enabling her to apply her work experience to the classroom. Gabriela has taught Practical Accounting, Financial Accounting, and Managerial Accounting.


ACCT 201:1276 Spring 2016 (SEC)
ACCT 202:1281 Spring 2016 (SEC)

ACCT 202:3000 Fall 2015 (Online)
ACCT 202:1012 Fall 2015 (SEC)


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Teaching Philosophy/Style and Class Management/Activities

I bring to my classroom an extensive business experience and real life examples.  I also promote business writing and provide examples of current events. Technology is an important part of my curriculum and I incorporate the use of Blackboard, Word, Excel, Power Point and Internet Explorer in my courses.  The grade assessments in my classes are based on attendance, homework, tests, projects, and written reports. 

I expect my students to come to class prepared by reading the chapter before our lecture.  I encourage student participation and questions.  Financial Accounting and Managerial Accounting are four unit classes and require a great amount of organization and work.  I believe that attendance to class is crucial for the success of my students as accounting concepts build upon each other. 

I truly enjoy teaching and working with college students.  MiraCosta College is a great place to learn!