Take this core office technology class alone or combine with additional courses to achieve the administrative career you’ve always wanted. This powerful core course prepares students for entry-level positions in the clerical field.
Core course covers the fundamental principles of accounting for a sole-proprietorship and a corporation. Students will analyze transactions into debit/credit parts including receivables and payables, journalize, post to general ledger, make adjusting and closing entries, create financial statements and prepare payroll records.
In this intermediate class, students will learn how to maintain accounting records for both corporations and partnerships. Methods of depreciation, tracking inventory, financing, and international accounting concepts will also be cove red. (Prerequisite: Accounting 1)
Record Keeping (Part 2 of Business Math) and 10-key calculator functions for business are included.
Microsoft Excel is an introductory, but comprehensive, course covering the following: creating and formatting spreadsheets, formulas and functions (basic and advanced), templates, charts, graphics, and data analysis.
This course teaches students the complete set of Microsoft Publisher skills needed to succeed. Learn to create flyers, brochures, newsletters, business cards and tables using all the Publisher tools.
Students will be introduced to the basic features of QuickBooks, an accounting software that automates the bookkeeping tasks performed by business owners and their employees.
For those wishing to learn to touch type, the easy-to-use, interactive software in the lab provides lessons that gradually introduce the keyboard, skill building activities to improve speed and accuracy, and timed writings to prepare students for certification.
Prepare to work with any practice management software used in medical offices today.
This course teaches students the essentials of working with database objects.