Program Coordinator: Richard Hutton, LRC 206, Ext. 2452
Length: Two semesters (one year)
Purpose: This certificate program in Accounting and Information Systems Technology is designed to provide individuals with basic skills in accounting and computer information systems which will enable them to obtain employment immediately upon completion of the two-semester program. With the present growth in this area, there is a need for personnel who possess basic skills in accounting and personal computers who are unable to pursue a two-year degree program.
Computerized Accounting Clerk
Computerized Inventory Clerk
Computerized Payroll Clerk
Computerized Bookkeeping Clerk
Computerized Information Input Clerk
Admission Requirements: A student eligible for admission to the College may normally be considered for admission to the Accounting-Information Systems Technology Curriculum.
Program Requirements: Proficiency in keyboarding skills, high school English and high school mathematics is required. Students who are not proficient in English and mathematics will be required to correct their deficiencies in developmental courses. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, the student will be awarded a Certificate in Accounting and Information Systems Technology.
Accounting and Information Systems Technology
First Semester (Fall)
Principles of Accounting I
1*Intro. to Computer Applications
College Composition I
Introduction to Business
Orientation to College Success
Second Semester (Spring)
Principles of Accounting II
Principles of Public Speaking
Total Minimum Credits required for Certificate .................34
1. Keyboarding skills are strongly recommended, students may enroll in AST 114 or AST 101.
Placement is required for all English and mathematics courses.
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