This course is designed to help students understand the basic principles of the
accounting cycle. Emphasis is placed on the analysis and recording of business
Transactions; preparation and interpretation of financial statements; accounting
Systems; banking and payroll activities; basic types of business ownership; and an
Accounting career orientation. Mathematics skills and critical thinking are reinforced.
Curricula integrate specialized courses in computer software, such as QuickBooks, Microsoft Office and Excel, with courses in standard methods and systems of accounting. Certificate programs may offer internship opportunities to students. While earning a certificate, students may enroll in the following courses:
Work-based learning strategies appropriate to this course are school-based
Enterprises, internships, cooperative education, and apprenticeship. Simulations,
Projects, and teamwork, provide opportunities for application of instructional
FINANCIAL AND MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING USING EXCEL FOR SUCCESS leads students to accounting mastery while increasing Excel proficiency. Built with the modern business world in mind, this adaptation of the introductory textbook, FINANCIAL AND MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING,
Advanced Accounting in M.S.EXCEL, Cost & Management Accounting in M.S.EXCEL, Corporate Accounting in M.S.EXCEL, Advanced Corporate Accounting in M.S.EXCEL, Taxation in M.S.EXCEL, Filing of Income Tax Returns (Manually & Electronically), Tally ERP9,Wings Focus.
In this course, students learn the practical benefits of using computerized accounting software to prepare financial statements. Accounts payable, general ledger, inventory, bank reconciliations, payroll and banking are some of the functions that can be applied. Students gain practical experience by using a computerized system throughout an accounting cycle.
Individuals taking this course review accounting as a way to gain financial information about a company's performance. Students learn how to prepare, record and analyze financial data by assessing income, valuating assets and determining liabilities. Topics such as internal control, accounts receivables, fixed and intangible assets, cash, stockholder's equity and income tax are discussed.
Students explore common spreadsheet applications used in a business setting. This course covers general use, graphics and integration of accounting data. Individuals practice their skills and gain competence by developing spreadsheets in various business case scenarios.
Individuals learn about practical accounting procedures used in small businesses such as retail stores, manufacturing companies and service operations. Topics such as payroll, journals, financial statements and checking account management are discussed. This course also explores the financial rules and regulations that apply to self-employment, Social Security and payroll, as well as other tax-related requirements.