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    COURSE TITLE:       Accounting

    PREREQUISITE:      None

    DESCRIPTION:         The first year of accounting provides students a thorough background in the basic accounting procedures used to operate a business. The accounting procedures presented will also serve as a sound background for employment in office jobs and preparation for business and accounting courses in college.

    MAIN TOPICS:        

    Understand the accounting cycle for a service business.

    Understand the accounting cycle for a merchandising business.

    Implement payroll and banking procedures.

    Implement accounting for special procedures.

    Understand business ethics.

    Develop career exploration and employability skills.

    Examine all aspects of industry: 

    • Planning
    • Management
    • Finance
    • Technical and production skills
    • Underlying principles of technology
    • Labor issues
    • Community issues
    • Health, safety, and environmental issues

     CREDIT INFO:          This course provides one elective credit required for the Standard or Advanced Studies Diploma.

     CLASS MATERIALS

    Students should come to class with a notebook, a pencil and pen, a good attitude and a willingness to learn.
    All class materials are available in class and online. All students have access to these online classrooms. Here is the link:
      

     

    COURSE TITLE:       Advanced Accounting

    PREREQUISITE:      Accounting

    DESCRIPTION:         This course expands on topics learned in the first-year course while adding new topics about management accounting, cost accounting, not-for-profit accounting, and financial analysis. Strong emphasis is placed on using computerized accounting packages. The second year of accounting helps to qualify students for jobs and careers at higher levels than one year of study would allow. It also provides excellent background and preparation for college accounting courses and for business majors. Students who have completed two years of accounting generally are more successful in their first year of college accounting than students without that background.

    MAIN TOPICS:

    Using technology to implement accounting procedures.

    Understanding accounting concepts in inventory

    Understanding accounting concepts in depreciation.

    Understanding accounting concepts in payables and receivables.

    Exploration of specialized accounting systems.

    Organization of partnerships.

    Understanding business ethics.

    Enhancing career exploration and employability skills.

    Examining all aspects of industry: 

    • Management
    • Planning
    • Finance
    • Technical and production skills
    • Underlying principles of technology
    • Labor issues
    • Community issues
    • Health, safety, and environmental issues

    CREDIT INFO:          This course provides one elective credit required for the Standard or Advanced Studies Diploma. 

     

     


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