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ACC 115 Fundamentals of Accounting (4)
This course provides an introduction to accounting fundamentals for students who have no previous training in accounting. The course will cover basic accounting principles and the procedures used to record, classify, and summarize financial data.
ACC 120 Bank Accounting (3)
This course covers the principles and practices of banking and credit in the United States. The course offers an overview of financial services, including information on human resources, marketing, and ethics. Students will also have an opportunity to handle typical bank activities through a banking simulation.
ACC 125 Microcomputer Accounting Applications I (4)
This course is designed to teach computer applications for accounting principles and concepts. Emphasis will be on using computer software for establishing and maintaining accounting systems and records for single proprietorships and corporations.
ACC 130 Business Communications (2)
This course is designed to prepare students to communicate at levels that will lead them to successful business careers. Focus will be on the idea that successful communication consists of applying different skills, using the right tools, and mastering communication techniques. The course will also cover decision-making strategies for real-world situations. Basic medical terminology will also be covered.
ACC 135 Advanced Microcomputer Applications I (3)
This course is designed to expand the student’s basic knowledge of Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and Outlook applications. The course will focus on procedures for creating more advanced documents, workbooks, databases, and presentations suitable for course work, professional purposes, and personal use.
ACC 160 Payroll Accounting (4)
This comprehensive course is designed to give students experience in employment laws and regulations, computing and paying wages and salaries, social security taxes, income tax withholding, unemployment compensation taxes, and analyzing and journalizing payroll transactions.
ACC 165 Microcomputer Accounting Applications II (4)
Prerequisite: ACC 125
This course is a continuation of ACC 125 and is designed to give students the opportunity to use additional microcomputer accounting technology, including medical billing and coding software.
ACC 170 Advanced Microcomputer Applications II (3)
Prerequisite: ACC 135
This course is a continuation of ACC 135 and is designed to expand the student’s basic knowledge of Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and Outlook applications. Students will learn the proper procedures to create more advanced documents, workbooks, databases, and presentations suitable for course work, professional purposes, and personal use.
ACC 175 Office Management (3)
This course is designed to provide students with up-to-date information reflecting contemporary management thinking, issues, and trends that every office employee needs to know. The course focuses on achieving a strong management-based background while using a humanistic approach for managing and supervising staff in an office environment.
ACC 180 Career Development (2)
This course is designed to assist students seeking career employment. The course will focus on developing and strengthening cover letters, resumes, and portfolios. Students will participate in mock interviews, job shadowing opportunities, and job searches.