Award: Certificate in Career Studies
Plan Code: 221-212-03
Length: 13 credit hours
Program Head: Joe Edenfield
Purpose: This program is for persons seeking entry-level employment in the bookkeeping field or for those presently in business who desire to increase their knowledge or update their skills.
Occupational Objectives: Occupations for which this program prepares students: Bookkeeper.
Student Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this program, graduates will possess knowledge of accounting principles and objectives, and proficiency in computerized accounting.
Admission Requirements: Students must meet the general admission requirements established by the College. In addition, entry into the Career Studies Certificate in Bookkeeping requires proficiency in reading and mathematics. Students who are not proficient will be advised to take developmental courses offered by the College. A minimum grade of a “C” must be earned on all ACC, ITE, and BUS courses.
|Bookkeeping CSC (221-212-03)
Required Courses and Credits
|ACC 211||Principles of Accounting||3|
|ACC 110||Introduction to Computerized Accounting||1|
|ITE 115||Intro. to Computer Applications and Concepts||3|
|MTH 111||Basic Technical Mathematics||3|
|BUS 125||Applied Business Mathematics||3|
|Total Program Credits||13|