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AuditingThis is a capstone class that will draw upon different topics covered in the AAS degree. It will familiarize students with the year-end audit process conducted by a CPA audit firm, and with the activities leading up to the publication of the annual report.3ACCT1107ACCT2700View
Principles of Accounting IIThis course is a presentation of accounting for intangible assets, long-term liabilities, stockholders` equity and retained earnings. It includes financial statement analysis, the cash flow statement and provides an introduction to cost and managerial accounting.4ACCT1102 with a grade of C or betterACCT1107View
Income TaxThis course is an explanation and interpretation of the Internal Revenue Code to assist taxpayers in the preparation and filing of individual, business, and corporate tax returns.4ACCT1102 or ACCT1107ACCT2231View
Microsoft Dynamics GPThis course is an introduction to the use of computers in the accounting functions of a business. Students will practice fundamental accounting activities using various accounting software packages. The training includes general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable, inventory, payroll, fixed assets and financial statement analysis.3ACCT1102ACCT1130View
QuickBooksThis course is an introduction to the use of computers in the accounting functions of a business. Students will practice fundamental accounting activities using Quickbooks software. The training includes general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable, inventory, payroll, fixed assets and financial statement analysis.3ACCT1102ACCT1135View
Medical Office ManagementThis course is an extension of the Medical Office Procedures course, focusing on medical office managerial responsibilities. It includes the application of fees, credit, accounting, banking and finance management principles. Content also includes a medical office staff orientation presentation incorporating policy and procedure development.3ACCT1000 or ACCT1102, OFCR1317 and OFCR1335OFCR1340View
Payroll AccountingThis course provides a background in federal wage laws, wage and salary calculations, federal and state payroll tax calculations, federal and state federal reporting requirements and accounting for the payroll process. It includes a payroll preparation and quarterly and annual reporting practice set.3ACCT1000 or ACCT1102 or concurrentACCT1111View
Financial AccountingThis course is an introduction to the fundamental concepts and principles, from a user perspective, which are used in a business environment to analyze and record transactions using the accrual method of accounting. This course also covers analyzing transactions for cash, marketable securities, accounts receivable, payroll, current and contingent liabilities, inventories and plant assets.4ACCT1000 or ACCT1102ACCT2155View
Special Topics: English Composition Transfer CurriculumThis class is meant for students who have already taken a 3 semester credit freshman level composition class at another institution. This course assumes the student has already achieved an understanding of writing basics: intro, body, conclusion; organization; outlining; the thesis; etc. Therefore, this class will focus on the research paper; specifically, an argument paper. This paper will be 6-10 pages in length, and will give students the opportunity to demonstrate their writing proficiency, their understanding of research and citation, and their critical thinking and reading skills.1Accredited 3 semester credit, freshman level composition class or its equivalent. This class is only for students who have taken and successfully completed a 3 semester credit composition course. Basic computer literacy skills requiredENGL2135View
Fundamentals of NursingThis course provides an introduction to the theoretical foundation for basic assessment and nursing skills. The student is given an opportunity to demonstrate these skills in the laboratory and clinical setting. An introduction to the nursing process provides the student with a framework for decision making, professional identity, and patient centered care. Evidence based practice, leadership skills, and informatics are introduced.8Acceptance into the nursing programNURS1375View