Accounting II covers five major segments of accounting. The first is a study of different groups of balance sheet accounts, including notes, accounts receivable, merchandise inventory, and plant assets. The second is an in-depth coverage of accruals and deferrals of both revenue and expenses.
This course provides students with an understanding and use of relational database software in a realistic business environment. Topics include: relational database objects, enhancements of forms and reports, analysis and manipulation of data, and integration of database software with other software programs.
This course is designed for students to demonstrate advanced skills in Microsoft PowerPoint. Students will prepare by hands-on computer projects relating to particular objectives of Microsoft PowerPoint core objectives to pass PowerPoint Certification exam. MOS certification course objectives are followed. Prerequisite: BAT 103 PowerPoint
This course is designed for students to demonstrate advanced skills in Microsoft Access. Students will prepare by hands-on computer projects relating to particular objectives of Microsoft Access core/ advanced objectives to pass Access MOS Certification exam. MOS certification course objectives are followed.
Students will extend and apply their knowledge of accounting by using computer software such as QuickBooks.
Students will learn the importance of their professional image and business etiquette, how to handle stressful work situations, develop a budget, develop positive customer service skills, and develop communication and telephone skills.
Students will become knowledgeable of the paralegal career field and the paralegalâ€™s role as a professional member of the legal team.
This course will introduce the student to the career of a legal professional. They will be presented with basic legal concepts and the various fields of law and outlines the preparation of documents commonly used in the legal profession.
This course is designated for students to learn information management application tools to send and receive e-mail, organize schedules and events, and maintain contact lists, to-do lists, and notes. MOS certification course objectives follow. Prerequsite: BAT 101 Keyboarding.
Students will use various computer applications to simulate real world office applications that will reinforce studentsâ€™ skills.