|GIT102||Computer Keyboarding or 30wpm||1|
|ACC100||Survey of Accounting||3|
|ACC103||Quick Books – Basics||3|
|ACC210||Personal Income Taxes||3|
|GIT125||Microsoft Excel for Business Applications||3|
|VITA Practicum (or)
Business Administration Cooperative Work Experience
Completion of a program is based on full time enrollment. Many of our students attend part time and may not complete within the one year timeline.
Upon successful completion of the Computerized Accounting Certificate, students are able to:
According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook, there is a projected 4% decline in employment of bookkeeping and accounting clerks from 2018 to 2028 because of technological change. Because bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks constitute a large occupation, there will be a large number of job openings from workers leaving the occupation. Thus, opportunities to enter the occupation should be plentiful, despite the slight projected decline in employment.
Students who desire to gain entry-level positions are prepared with the successful completion of this certificate. Students who are looking to pursue long-term employment in the field of accounting should continue with the Associate's degree in Business Administration, which prepares students for transfer to four-year accounting programs at the junior-level standing.
Full Time Faculty
Office: Lorusso Technology, Tech 215D
Office: Lorusso Technology, Tech 215F
Kathleen Bent, Business Department Chair
Office: Lorusso Technology, Tech 215C
Mary Jean Huettner
Office: Lorusso Technology, 215G
Office: Lorusso Technology, Tech 215B