The following programs are including for this program:
Introduction To Computing
Comprehensive introduction to use of personal computers for improving productivity and problem solving. Includes desktop configuration, word processing, spreadsheets, presentation graphics, basics of personal computer organization, directory structures and file management. Optional topics may include database concepts, Web page creation, Internet and IT resources, Web browsers and use of Internet for research.
Introduction To Business
Delves into the most significant activities in business. Topics include ownership, organization, marketing, purchasing, production, business finance, personnel, labor relations and government regulation. Recommended as background for further studies in business.
Use of mathematics in various business applications. All problem solving is accomplished through arithmetic methods (no algebra is required.) Topics include percentages, simple and compound interest, discount interest, marketing computations, insurance, basic taxes and investment problems. Does not satisfy mathematics/science elective requirements.
Principles Of Accounting I
Computerized enhanced instruction examines nature and purpose of accounting theory and procedures through study of accounting cycle, asset valuation and financial statements. Develops foundation of accounting knowledge for additional learning in subsequent courses.
Principles Of Accounting II
Computerized enhanced instruction develops accounting principles and procedures as applied to partnerships and corporations. Designed primarily for students anticipating careers in accounting or who otherwise require detailed understanding of financial accounting practices.
Computer Accounting Principles
Introductory course providing students with real-life exposure to use of major accounting applications programs on a microcomputer. Payroll, receivables, payables, inventory as well as integrated packages are utilized.
Basic principles and procedures of cost accounting and cost control in a manufacturing organization through study of job order, process and standard cost procedures, budgeting, predetermined cost, variance and decision analysis.
Includes three practice sets specially designed to provide students opportunity to prepare federal and state tax forms relating to depreciation, payroll, sales tax, and corporate income and franchise taxes. Also covers the one-write system, bank reconciliations and physical inventory procedures.
This program will begin as introduction to accounting and it will cover advanced accounting functions and cost accounting. Financial concepts such as the accounting equation, definitions of assets, liabilities and equities, as well as basic financial statements will be discussed. An added component to relate this basic accounting information to the real world will include practical concepts used in computerized accounting. We will use QuickBooks to illustrate real problems and solutions an accountant may encounter.