Accounting

Welcome to Accounting

"Life is like accounting, everything must be balanced"

ACCOUNTING 1 COURSE ID: HS7311/ ACCOUNTING 2 COURSE ID: HS7312

Accounting 1: This course will provide students with the manual and computerized accounting skills used in a small business, organized as a proprietorship or a corporation. Students will complete realistic accounting simulations and perform duties that assist the accountant in recording, sorting, and filing financial data. Manual and computerized competency will be exhibited in journalizing and posting transactions; reconciling a bank statement; completing a worksheet; creating a trial balance, balance sheet, and income statement; adjusting and closing entries; and implementing petty cash and payroll procedures. Students completing Accounting 1 and 2 may qualify for college articulation credits. In this course, students will use an on-line learning system for lecture notes, exercises, tutorials, on-line discussions, and assessments with on-line help and email available. Math Related Credit may be earned for the fourth year math requirement if taken during senior year.

Accounting 2: Students will expand their knowledge of manual and computerized accounting procedures. Decision-making skills in budgeting, departmental accounting systems, payroll procedures, and simulated accounting experiences will be emphasized. In this course, students will use an on-line learning system for lecture notes, exercises, tutorials, on-line discussions, and assessments with on-line help and email available. Students completing Accounting 1 and 2 may qualify for college articulation credits. Math Related Credit may be earned for the fourth year math requirement if taken during senior year.

Checks

Learn how to write checks and sort financial data

Winning Futures

Participate in a mentoring program that has a scholarship available at the end

Taxes

Understand how taxes affect a business