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  • BUS 120, Introduction to Business
  • BUS 130, Small Business Management
  • BUS 132, Marketing
  • BA (Sociology & Anthropology), University of Redlands
  • MBA, CSU San Marcos
  • VOICEMAIL: 760.757.2121 x1331
  • EMAIL: jjarrett@miracosta.edu
Jacquie Jarrett
BUS 130 Class

Jacquie Jarrett started her professional career in corporate accounting and later transitioned to public accounting. Prior to teaching, she worked at a CPA firm in Carlsbad doing business management and tax preparation for nearly six years. She currently runs her own small business, Jarrett Management Group, which provides accounting and management services to small businesses.

Jacquie has primarily worked with business management clients in the entertainment industry, including producers, performers, and musicians. Her areas of expertise include small business formation and management, contract management, accounting and tax preparation for various entities, and some international tax issues.

Jacquie received her Bachelors degree from University of Redlands and her Masters in Business Administration from California State University, San Marcos. She received her California’s Tax Preparation Certificate (offered by MiraCosta).

Jacquie believes students learn from each other by sharing their diverse experience and perspectives. Her teaching style is interactive with a focus on real-world applications.

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BUS 120 Introduction to Business Chapters for first two weeks of semester (PDFs):

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On-Campus Class Evaluations:
Fall 2012: BUS130:1262

Teaching Philosophy/Style and Class Management/Activities

My courses aspire to encourage students’ personal and professional development by simulating real-life situations and opening them to diverse perspectives. I think students learn from each other through collaboration and dialogue, so I encourage interaction and discussion in the classroom. In my courses, I hope students will discover important resources they can utilize in several facets of their lives; and more significantly, leave the classroom feeling inspired and empowered.