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2015-2016_ ___________________________________________________________ EASTERN IDAHO TECHNICAL COLLEGE
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BUSINESS, OFFICE, AND TECHNOLOGY
DIVISION
AREAS OF STUDY
Accounting Technologies
Accounting Paraprofessional
Associate of Applied Science Degree
Applied Accounting Clerk
Intermediate Technical Certificate
Business Technologies
Marketing and Management
Associate of Applied Science Degree
Advanced Technical Certificate
Business Technology
Intermediate Technical Certificate
Computer Networking Technologies
Microsoft Computer Networking Technologies
Associate of Applied Science Degree
Intermediate Technical Certificate
Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE)
Certification Track
Basic Technical Certificate
Legal Technologies
Legal Assistant
Associate of Applied Science Degree
Intermediate Technical Certificate
Office Technologies
Office Professional
Associate of Applied Science Degree
Office Specialist
Intermediate Technical Certificate
Web Development Technologies
Web Development Specialist
Associate of Applied Science Degree
Intermediate Technical Certificate
Advanced Technical Certificate
Faculty
Leslie Jernberg, Division Manager
Jill Aldrich
Julie Anderson
Don Casper
Mel Coffin
Joshua Duersch
Traci Harbert
Laura King
Spence Miller
The Business, Office, and Technology Division is a combination
of all business, office technology, accounting, computer, web
development, and legal programs.
The Division offers certificate and degree programs and
coordinates many part-time, short-term, and for-credit class
offerings outside the traditional college schedule. The Division
also offers and coordinates workshops and seminars for business,
industry, and entrepreneurs.
ACCOUNTING TECHNOLOGIES
Program Options
Associate of Applied Science Degree
Intermediate Technical Certificate
The Accounting Technologies program is designed to meet the
needs of students as they prepare to enter the business world.
Students may enter the program in August or January.
The Accounting Paraprofessional option is designed for
students whose goal is to become an accounting
paraprofessional. Students should have the accounting,
computer, communication, and human relations skills to go to
work directly upon completion of this program. Students will
learn accounting principles and their application in real-world
business settings, as well as the impact of emerging technologies
on the accounting field.
The Applied Accounting Clerk option is designed to prepare
students for entry-level bookkeeping positions. The program was
developed so students will have the basic accounting knowledge,
computer skills, and communication skills to go to work directly
in an entry-level position upon completion. Basic accounting
principles and their applications in real-world business settings
are discussed, as well as the impact of emerging technologies on
the accounting field.
Intended Learning Outcomes
• Apply fundamental accounting principles to the needs of an
organization or client.
• Compile and prepare accurate and timely financial
information – journal entries, adjusting entries, reconciliations,
closing entries, and financial statements.
• Convey financial information clearly to accounting
professionals and non-financial persons both orally and in
writing.
• Process a payroll by maintaining payroll records, preparing
payroll journal entries and completing various quarterly and
annual tax forms.
• Record cost accounting transactions and prepare appropriate
production reports and financial statements.
• Compile and prepare basic personal income tax forms and
returns.
• Use traditional and emerging technologies to improve business
solutions and increase efficiency.
• Display professional and ethical behaviors individually and
collaboratively that contribute to continued employability.
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