Accounting (ACC) courses
ACC 201 Introduction to Financial AccountingPrerequisite(s): Eligibility for ENG 110 and eligibility for MTH 103 or MTH 111 or a grade of C or better in MGT 130.
Methods and procedures employed in financial accounting with emphasis on development and interpretation of financial statements. Transfer students should be aware that a grade of B or above may be required for upper division courses. The student should review the transfer institution's course requirements. This course requires the purchase of an on-line homework management application access code and e-textbook which can be purchased with the optional printed textbook.
ACC 211 Introduction to Managerial AccountingPrerequisite(s): ACC 201.
Methods and procedures employed in managerial accounting with emphasis on the use of accounting data for decision-making. Transfer students should be aware that a grade of B or better may be required for upper division courses. The student should review the transfer institution's course requirements. This course may not be taken pass/not pass. This course requires the purchase of an on-line homework management application access code and e-textbook which can be purchased with the optional printed textbook.
ACC 220 Payroll Accounting
Practices and procedures of payroll accounting include an overview of federal regulations governing employment, compensation and taxation. Students will learn procedures used in computing gross and net payroll, completing payroll tax reports, and recording payroll journal entries in the general ledger. F 1(1-0)
ACC 221 Introduction to Individual Tax Accounting
Introduction to principles of Individual Income tax accounting. The course will address current federal regulations and Income tax problems of individuals. Students will learn how to prepare basic federal income tax forms. This course requires the purchase of an online homework management application access code which can be purchased with the printed textbook or in association with an e-textbook.
ACC 290 Accounting Software ApplicationsPrerequisite(s): ACC 201 and CIS 101.
This course uses QuickBooks Accounting Software. Upon successful completion of this course, a student will be able to use the computer software to create the accounting books for a small business, including a chart of accounts, accounts receivable and payable subsidiary ledgers, transaction journals, general ledgers, financial statements, and other reports. The Certiport QuickBooks Certified User Exam is the final exam in this course. Course fee.
ACC 299 Internship in AccountingPrerequisite(s): ACC 211 and 24 credit hours or instructor permission.
The internship in accounting is a form of experiential learning that integrates knowledge and theory learned in the classroom with practical application and skills development in a professional setting. This internship course gives students the opportunity to gain valuable applied experience and make connections in professional fields they are considering for career paths; and give employers the opportunity to guide and evaluate talent. This course may be repeated for a total of six credit hours.