- Demonstrate an ability to organize workloads to meet reporting deadlines
- Analyze and record transactions including general accounting transactions and payroll accounting
- Prepare financial reports using select small business computerized accounting software and spread sheet programs
- Communicate effectively in a professional accounting workplace environment
- Identify and appraise situations in professional accounting where the applications of ethical judgments are required.
|Course Number||Certificate Requirements (43 credits)||Credit Hours|
|course(ACCT110)||Introduction to Accounting/Bookkeeping I||5|
|course(ACCT120)*||Introduction to Accounting/Bookkeeping II (see note 1)||5|
|course(ACCT131)*||Quickbooks (see note 2)||5|
|course(ACCT257)*||Business Tax Accounting (see note 3)||5|
|course(ACCT267)||Not-for-Profit Financial Management||5|
|course(BUS124)||Excel for Business||5|
|course(BUS169)||Using Computers in Business I||5|
|course(BUS236)||Interpersonal Communications for the Workplace||5|
Courses with an asterisk (*) have a prerequisite.
1. Prereq: Completion of ACCT 110 with 2.0 or higher
2. Prereq: ACCT 110 or ACCT& 201 or permission
3. Prereq: ACCT& 201 or permission
What skills do I need to be successful in this field?
What are some potential job titles?
- Accounting Clerk
- Accounting Assistant
- Accounts Payable Clerk
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