This course provides the student with practical training in accounting work. With the assistance of an instructor-coordinator, the student is assigned to work under a supervisor in a governmental department or a private business firm in order to learn through actual work experience.
This course allows accounting students to apply the knowledge learned in the fundamental accounting courses in a computerized environment. The students will use Peachtree accounting for Windows to create a company and complete the accounting cycle as applied to a Sole Proprietorship,
This course covers accounting theories and components of financial statements. It includes a study of accounting’s conceptual framework, the accounting process, financial statement analysis, time value of money, and special problems in income determination and other dimensions of fina
This is an introductory course in civic law, specifically in the area of business law. Emphasis is placed upon the study of contracts, agency, negotiable instruments, personal property, sales, forms of business organization, partnership, corporations, security transactions, business t
This course covers the finance function in business; procurement and utilization of funds, costs and problems associated with getting funds, added profits gained through their use, and the organization necessary to carry out the finance function in business.
This course covers basic accounting principles of financial accounting and techniques within a framework of modern theory. Upon a completion of this course the student should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of recording and reporting accounting information, preparin
This course is an analysis of the structure and function of the American economy. Particular attention is given to the manner in which scarce resources and products are allocated in a mixed capitalist economy. The topics of national output, income, employment, and inflation are discus
This course covers the basic concepts and principles of double-entry accounting. This includes entries to the journal, posting to the ledgers, preparation of simple financial statements, and closing of the books.