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ACC 110 - QuickBooks for the Office

(3.00 credits)

QuickBooks is a popular accounting program utilized by many small and large businesses in today's office environment. Students in this course will learn the principal functions of QuickBooks including accounts payable, accounts receivable, bank reconciliation, payroll and basic accounting reports. Emphasis will also be placed on source documents and maintaining accounting files.

ACC 210 - Accounting I

(3.00 credits)

This course covers analyzing and recording business transactions, posting, preparing worksheets, making adjusting and closing entries, banking and cash fund activities, payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable, depreciation, and preparing financial statements. Strong Math Skills and/or MAT 105 Recommended.

ACC 214 - Computerized Payroll

(2.00 credits)

This course consists of entering company payroll files onto the computer using a popular payroll program, maintaining employee earnings records, and printing payroll reports and W-2s.

ACC 220 - Accounting II

(3.00 credits)

This course provides training in accounting for notes payable and notes receivable; valuation of receivables, inventories, and plant and equipment; accounting for partnerships and corporations; and cost accounting.

ACC 221 - Accounting Computer Applications

(2.00 credits)

Computer work reinforces Accounting II dealing with financial analysis, inventory, depreciation, bad debts, corporations, and cost accounting. A simulated business set is included.

ACC 222 - Personal Income Tax

(3.00 credits)

This course covers various principles of taxation influencing record keeping for individuals and small businesses and deals with changes in tax laws.

ACC 226 - Excel in Accounting

(2.00 credits)

This course allows students to explore a sophisticated software package that is being used in the accounting profession. Students will expand their knowledge of accounting concepts while learning a valuable software tool.

ACC 227 - Computerized Business Accounting

(2.00 credits)

This course explores a popular computer accounting program. Simulated businesses are used to set up company books, carry out daily activities, and produce reports and statements.

ACC 230 - Managerial Cost Accounting

(3.00 credits)

This course presents accounting concepts used to generate and evaluate relevant cost information important for managerial decisions. The concepts will include accounting for product costing, process costing, budgeting, control and performance evaluation, and internal controls. Effective analysis of cost information will be emphasized.

ACC 231 - Accounting Systems

(3.00 credits)

This course provides an in depth analysis of specific accounting issues including: adjusting entries (through the trial balance), error corrections, depreciation (both book and tax; creating and maintaining a depreciations schedule), merchandise inventory (perpetual and periodic; basic cost methods), internal controls and fraud prevention (how to prevent, or spot, employee theft, check and credit-card fraud and vendor scams and payroll.



 

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