Learn how to balance the books for a career in business administration.
Students will learn to apply basic accounting principles and procedures, demonstrate the ability to use computerized accounting software, use spreadsheets, maintain an employee database, calculate taxes and other deductions, produce paychecks and registers, attain increased speed and accuracy using a calculator, and use the technical terminology of the accounting field.
Program completion prepares you for Microsoft Office Specialist certifications (Word and Excel).
Methods of Instruction
This program will be taught through a combination of lectures, hands-on classroom/shop/lab projects, small group, and individual projects.
There are no special requirements for this course
We understand cost can be a concern for many students. Our goal is to help students make their education an affordable, valuable investment toward a fulfilling career. We work with each student to determine who qualifies for financial aid and the total amount of aid available, given a prospective student’s financial situation.
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