Campus Location: Calmar, Peosta, Online
Program Entry: Enrollment may occur during any term. Students may start the program sequence Fall or Spring term.
Description: Every successful business must have systematic and up-todate records of its financial affairs. Maintaining those records is the job of the bookkeeper/accountant who records day-to-day business transactions in journals and ledgers. Employers may also periodically balance accounts and prepare statements for administrative officers showing such things as accounts receivable, accounts payable and profit and loss. They may also prepare state and federal tax returns. This program is designed to prepare you for employment as an accounting clerk, bookkeeper or payroll clerk. You will receive not only conceptual training, but actual “hands-on” training that will provide you with the important abilities needed for success.
Enrollment Process: See Enrollment Process .
Minimum Credits: 34