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Accounting & Bookkeeping Fundamentals Certificate Program

Understanding basic accounting principles and maintaining accurate financial records is critical for all business and nonprofit organizations. This hands-on certificate program provides an overview of basic financial concepts plus QuickBooks and is perfect for anyone interested in starting on this career path, for those who need a refresher and for entrepreneurs managing their own books.

Complete the Fundamentals of Accounting and Bookkeeping I and II plus Computerized Accounting and Bookkeeping Using QuickBooks to earn the certificate of completion.

Students successfully completing this noncredit certificate program may also earn 3 credits (as the equivalent of ACC101) applicable toward their NECC associate degree or certificate program.

Additional courses in Excel and QuickBooks also strongly recommended. Bring pencil, eraser and calculator to Fundamentals I and II courses. Bring flash drive to Computerized Accounting & Bookkeeping Using QuickBooks course.

Instructor

Cheryl Dick, experienced NECC accountant and instructor with an M.S. in Accounting

Accounting & Bookkeeping Courses

NEW LIVE REMOTE Classes for Fall 2020!

Fundamentals of Accounting and Bookkeeping I

Learn essential terms and concepts related to starting an accounting system, understand debits and credits, classify items as assets, liabilities, equity, revenue/sales and expenditures. Use practice scenarios and complete basic procedures such as journalizing entries and posting transactions to a general ledger.

The book to purchase is: Accounting, 27th edition by Warren/Reeve/Duchac, ISBN# 978-1-337-27209-4.

Course Information

September 14 to October 19 (no class 10/12), Monday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, 5 weeks

Dates/Time: Monday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, 5 weeks, 9/14 to 10/19 (no class 10/12)
Location: Live Remote Online
Cost: $285
CRN: 418 Course Number: SBPD1143 Section: OWB

Fundamentals of Accounting and Bookkeeping II

Explore the bookkeeping and accounting cycle, cash systems, creating and understanding financial reports. Learn to create a Trial Balance and Post-Closing Trial Balance, understand an Income Statement and Balance Sheet as well as adjusting entries and bank statement reconciliation.

This course requires completion of the Fundamentals of Accounting and Bookkeeping I and uses the same book.

Course Information

October 26 to November 23, Monday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, 5 weeks

Dates/Time: Monday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, 5 weeks, 10/26 to 11/23
Location: Live Remote Online
Cost: $285
CRN: 419 Course Number: SBPD1144 Section: OWB

Computerized Accounting and Bookkeeping Using QuickBooks

Develop a working familiarity of QuickBooks 2018 in this hands-on course and then use this financial software application to apply what you have learned in Accounting and Bookkeeping Fundamentals I and II. This course requires completion of Accounting and Bookkeeping Fundamentals I and II plus some working familiarity with computers in a Windows environment. Students must bring flash drive to class.  Please purchase book and bring to 1st class:  QuickBooks Desktop 2018 Level I, ISBN-13: 978-1-64061-007-1.

Course Information

November 30 to December 21, Monday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, 4 weeks

Dates/Time: Monday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, 4 weeks, 11/30 to 12/21
Location: Live Remote Online
Cost: $229
CRN: 420 Course Number: SBPD1145 Section: OWB

 

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