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Computerized Accounting & Bookkeeping (200 Hours)

Program Description
This course is a rapid, quick-paced program designed specifically for those individuals who want to get right to the heart of the
accounting process without all the frills usually inherent in such classes.  Students will start by gaining an understanding of the
various forms in which business typically are conducted.  Students will then get a firm understanding of practical accounting
theory which is the cornerstone of the accounting profession.  Students will then gain experience in recording actual transactions
of a company, doing bank reconciliations, posting adjusting journal entries, etc.  Lastly students will gain a firm understanding of
the various accounting systems, learn how to generate accounting reports and much more.  We will then conclude by teaching
students the skills necessary to get a good job and prosper in this fast paced world of business.   At the successful conclusion
of the course, students will be given their own laptop with accounting software so that they can continue to practice and use it
in their new job.




















                          



                                                                                                                             
Module
Course Title
Hours
1
Basic computer, excel & ten key skills
8
2
Basic Microsoft Excel and Word
24
3
Basic Accounting Principles  
20
4
Understanding Basic Accounting Principles
82
5
Accounting Standards Codification - FASB
4
6
How to Research Accounting Issues
8
7
QuickBook Accounting Programs
12
8
Learning the Debits and Credits  
8
9
Adjusting Journal Entries
16
10
How to Generate Various Financial Reports
8
11
Job search and Evaluation  
8
12
Final Exam
2
 
TOTAL
200