Bookkeeping - Certificate

Bookkeeping clerks along with accounting and auditing clerks are an organization's financial recordkeepers. They update and maintain one or more accounting records. All of these clerks make numerous computations each day. In small businesses, bookkeeping clerks handle all financial transactions and recordkeeping. In large offices and accounting departments, the clerks have more specialized tasks, such as accounts payable or account receivable. The responsibilities vary by level of experience.

Units
ACCT 010 Bookkeeping 3
  or
ACCT 047 Computerized Accounting 3
ACCT 090 Payroll Accounting 3
ACCT 200 Financial Accounting 4
BUSAD 050 Business Math 3
CIT 114 Spreadsheets: Excel 3
 
Total Units 16
PROGRAM LEVEL OUTCOMES:
  1. The purpose of this certificate is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions. Businesses with large quantities of accounting tasks to perform daily often employ accounting clerks to record, sort, and file accounting information. Often accounting clerks wills specialize in cash, payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable, inventory or purchases. As a result, they are involved with a small portion of the total accounting responsibilities for the firm.

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