Accounting Assistant/Bookkeeper, Level IV, Certificate of Achievement (C)
|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 111||Microsoft Access||3-4|
|or ACCT 160||Accounting With Quickbooks|
|COMP 151AB||Beginning Computer Keyboarding||3|
|COMP 171||Business English||3|
|COMP 271||Business Communications||3|
|MGMT 101||Introduction To Management||3|
|or MGMT 102||Leadership In Organizations|
A minimum of 6 units must be taken at SBCC. Please note that ACCT 110 Introduction to Accounting is required for the Certificate of Achievement. The course is not eligible for waiver as a result of completing ACCT 230 Financial Accounting.
ACCT 210 will also satisfy requirement. However, if two or more years have elapse since ACCT 230 Financial Accounting (or 210) was taken, then the candidate must pass a proficiency test to earn the Certificate of Achievement.
Depending on practical experience, this Certificate should enable holder to perform as a:
- Full-Charge Bookkeeper (depending on experience) for proprietorships, small partnerships or small corporations, using manual or computerized accounting systems; or
- Accounting Clerks Supervisor (depending on experience) or Accounting Data Processors Supervisor (depending on experience) for proprietorships, small partnerships or small corporations.
- USE introductory managerial accounting concepts to make decisions within a business.
- 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.
- USE computer technology and applications to record, report, and analyze business transactions and their effects on operating, investing, and financing activities.
- PREPARE financial reports and communiqués using standard Business English.
- CALCULATE and EXPLAIN the impact of alternate generally accepted accounting principles for financial ratio analysis, and for economic analysis.
- DEFINE elementary business management concepts.