Accounting A/B

Accounting A/B

Prerequisite: Entrepreneurship and Business Management A 

 

This course provides students with the knowledge necessary to manage and maintain a company’s financial resources in daily operating decisions. Students will learn to apply generally accepted accounting principles to determine the value of assets, liabilities, and owner’s equity as they apply to various forms of manual and computerized systems for service and merchandising business. Students will apply appropriate accounting principles to payroll and tax liabilities. Students will use Microsoft Excel to apply the accounting knowledge and skills to analyze, evaluate, and understand the accounting principles. Students will identify positions and career paths in the field of accounting and will examine the role of ethics and social responsibility in decision making.