Accounting Assistant/Bookkeeper, Level III, Department Award (D)
|ACCT 110||Introduction to Accounting||4|
|ACCT 150||Introduction To Accounting Software And Systems||4|
|ACCT 230||Financial Accounting||5|
|ACCT 240||Managerial Accounting||4|
|BUS 103||Business Mathematics||3|
|CIS 101||Introduction To Computers And Information Systems||4|
|or COMP 101||Introduction to Computer Applications|
|COMP 109||Microsoft Excel||4|
|COMP 151AB||Beginning Computer Keyboarding||3|
|COMP 171||Business English||3|
|COMP 271||Business Communications||3|
Optional: ACCT 130 Payroll Accounting1
Satisfactory completion of this course earns designation of “Payroll Specialist.”
A student must receive a “C” or better in each course.
A minimum of 6 units must be taken at SBCC. Please note that ACCT 110 Introduction to Accounting is required for the Department Award. The course is not eligible for waiver as a result of completing ACCT 230 Financial Accounting. Satisfactory Completion of Level III earns Accounting Assistant/Bookkeeper (Level III) Department Award. Depending on practical experience, should enable holder to perform as an:
- Accounting Assistant/Bookkeeper, under minimum or little supervision (depending on experience), for proprietorships, small partnerships, or small corporations, using manual or computerized accounting systems; or
- Accounting Clerk or Accounting Data Processor, under minimum or little supervision (depending on experience), for small proprietorships, partnerships or corporations.
- APPLY generally accepted accounting principles to record common business transactions, to prepare simple financial statements, and to analyze the results of operations, cash flows, and financial position as reported.
- CALCULATE and EXPLAIN the impact of alternate generally accepted accounting principles for financial ratio analysis, and for economic analysis.
- USE introductory managerial accounting concepts to make decisions within a business.
- PREPARE financial reports and communiqués using standard Business English.
- USE computer technology and applications to record, report, and analyze business transactions and their effects on operating, investing, and financing activities.