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  • ACCOUNTING Instructor
  • ACCT 101, Practical Accounting
  • BS, Indiana Univ of Pennsylvania
  • MBA, Indiana Univ of Pennsylvania
  • VOICEMAIL: 760.757.2121 x1384
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Larry Krupinski
ACCT 101 Class

Larry Krupinski received his Bachelors of Science in Accounting with a minor in Monetary Economics and a Masters of Science in Business Management from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.  His professional experiences include public, corporate and retail accounting and management as well as operating his own business.  Larry has been teaching Accounting and various business classes at other local colleges for almost 20 years and his philosophy of "education should be fun" encourages his students to attain their potential.  

When away from the workplace and classroom, Larry enjoys photography, running, exercise and the outdoors.  Some of his experiences include living with indigenous tribes of Mexico and white water rafting in the wilderness of Alaska and Peru. 


ACCT 101:1258 Spring 2016

ACCT 101:1004 Fall 2014


ACCT 101


IMPORTANT NOTE on CLOSED Classes: All the online classes and many of the on-campus classes close quickly. You should register ASAP if you are interested in any class. If you change your mind, please drop the class immediately so others can enroll. If the class is closed, consider the Wait List procedures; be aware of the rules and the limitations. Otherwise, consider these options: 1) register for another section if available; 2) register for another class; 3) consider registering in a future semester; 4) show up for the first day of an on-campus class and discuss with the instructor; or 5) forget about it and move on. The instructor will not intervene with the wait list procedure.

Please be aware that, once a class reaches maximum enrollment and “closes,” on or after the first day of the semester, even if “available” spaces appear on SURF due to drops, it is within the instructor's complete discretion on whether to add more students at that time. Drops after the first day are normal attrition and are factored in when setting the maximum enrollment. The class has started and important assignments and subject matter have already been covered. Please do not email the instructor. Thank you for your understanding.

On-Campus Class Evaluations:
Fall 2012: ACCT101:1004
Fall 2012: ACCT201:1013

Teaching Philosophy/Style and Class Management/Activities

As a part-time Accounting Instructor, I also work full time in the business world which allows me to bring practical, “real world” knowledge, experience and examples to the classroom.

I conduct my classes in an open forum, discussing current events and news and relating them to the subject matter being presented.  It is my belief learning is best achieved in a fun-filled, relaxed environment and I strive to conduct my classes accordingly.  Student involvement and participation is highly encouraged.

I also believe my main goal as an educator is to prepare my students not only for future classes and educational goals, but also for life in general.  We will discuss many topics (from accounting to sports; dance to theater; useless facts to pertinent information), but by the end of the course, you will have learned the subject matter and maybe even a few bits of trivia to carry with you into the future.

The more you know………the less you need!