43501-2 Accounting

43501- Fall
43502 - Spring

(Credit - 2) (Elective) (Year) (Grades: 11-12)
 
The 
emphasis of this course 
is 
on 
the 
basic
 principles, 
concepts,
 and
 procedures 
of 
accounting 
that
 every 
student
 must
 understand 
if
 they 
expect 
to 
have 
a 
maximum 
opportunity 
when 
entering 
the 
world 
of 
business.
  

This
 course 
is
 for
 students
 who
 have
 a 
variety 
of 
career 
objectives.  
1)
 Beginning 
vocational 
preparation 
for 
careers 
in 
accounting.  

2)
 Accounting 
knowledge 
and 
skill 
needed
 for
 careers 
in 
related
 business 
fields.

  
3) 
A
 foundation on
 which 
to 
continue
 studying 
business
 and 
accounting
 at
 the 
collegiate 
level.
 

Accounting
 principles 
do 
not 
change ‐ only 
the
 techniques
 and
 tools change. 
This
 course 
will
 move 
from 
manual 
techniques 
to
 computer 
techniques 
of
 accounting.

 We 
will work through 
problems
 for 
service 
businesses 
set‐up 
as 
sole 
proprietorships 
and
 merchandising 
businesses 
set‐up
 as 
corporations.

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