About the Bookkeeper Program
The Bookkeeper program is designed for small businesses seeking to better perform routine accounting and payroll transactions, individuals seeking employment as an entry-level bookkeeper, or individuals currently employed seeking to expand their basic accounting skills and knowledge. Participants will learn to process basic financial transactions and perform payroll operations.
|Course #||Course Title||Credits|
Teaches accounting procedures dealing with payroll, laws, and government requirements, including completion and filing of periodic reports. Prerequisite(s): 1010115100 Accounting Principles 1 (C or better) (concurrent enrollment allowed).
Students will apply QuickBooks to common Accounting situations. Emphasis on payroll, budgets, reports, and processing of vendor and customer transactions from merchandising operations. Prerequisite(s): 1010315500 QuickBooks Basics (C or better).
|1010115100||Accounting Principles 1
Develops an understanding of the fundamental principles of accounting with an emphasis on the accounting cycle.
Covers basic features of QuickBooks. Topics will include an introduction to QuickBooks, company setup, basic journal entries, recording cash receipts/disbursements, sales, deposits, month end activities and bank reconciliations.
At A Glance
Multiple Start Dates
Optional Lab Support
2019 Start Dates
|January 16||April 15||September 9|
|February 4||June 6||October 7|
|March 4||July 1||November 4|
|April 1||September 4|
2020 Start Dates
|January 8||March 2||June 1|
|January 15||May 8||July 6|
|February 3||May 11|
*Based on 10-level courses - materials, books, and fees may be additional
What You'll Learn
- Process financial transactions throughout the accounting cycle.
- Perform payroll preparation, reporting, and analysis tasks.
Your Potential Careers
- Accounting Clerk
Your application can be submitted online, it takes just a few minutes to complete.