Certificate of Proficiency
The Accounting Clerk program prepares students for an entry level accounting position. Some advancement is possible with this background, but students may wish to acquire additional training in accounting to allow broader advancement opportunities. Prerequisite: demonstrate proficiency in math, reading, and English.
Students who successfully complete this program should be able to:
Perform basic bookkeeping and accounting tasks both manually and on the computer.
Demonstrate the relationships among the various business functions such as accounting, finance, marketing, purchasing, operations, and human resources.
Demonstrate computer proficiency on the computer keyboard and ten-key calculator as well as Quick Books Pro.
Prepare written and oral business communications.
- Demonstrate familiarity with business law concepts such as contract law and the Uniform Commercial Code.
Recommended course schedule:
|ACCT& 201||Principles of Accounting I||5|
|BTEC 210||Word I||5|
|H R 110||Human Relations-Workplace||5|
|ACCT& 202||Principles of Accounting II||5|
|BTEC 214||Excel I||5|
|BUS 121||Business Math||5|
|BTEC 221||Business Communications||5|
|ACCT 130||Basic Computer Accounting||3|
|ACCT& 203||Principles of Accounting III||5|
|BUS& 201||Business Law||5|
Gainful Employment Disclosure
The U.S. Education Department's Gainful Employment regulations require disclosure of certain program information to students and prospective students.
Estimated Quarterly Program Costs
(subject to change without notice)
|Resident Tuition (15 credits) and fixed fees*||
|US Citizen Nonresident Tuition (15 credits) and fixed fees*||
|Non US Citizen Nonresident Tuition (15 credits) and fixed fees*||
|Books and supplies (estimate)||
Refer to quarterly class schedule
For Gainful Employment information please click "here".
*Tuition is subject to change due to State Legislative actions