A recent survey indicates that business managers believe it is more important for college students to learn accounting than any other business subject. Personal financial planning, education expenses, loans, car payments, income taxes, and investments are based on the information system that we call accounting. A key product of an accounting system is a set of financial statements. Financial statements report on a business in monetary amounts, providing information to help people make informed business decisions.
After completing the accounting program, graduates can work in a variety of positions, including Accounting Specialist, Bookkeeper, Auditor, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, and Payroll Processor, Warehouse Clerk, Inventory Control, and more.
40 hours/week: 10 Weeks
20 hours/week: 20 Weeks
Units: 40 / Clock Hours: 400
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