Academic Programs

Accountant, Diploma

Locations:  Canby, Granite Falls, Jackson, Pipestone,

Worthington and Online.

Links to:
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Accountants examine, analyze and interpret accounting data for the purpose of giving advice and preparing financial statements. Accountants also post details of business transactions, such as receipts, disbursements and payroll.

COURSE #

COURSE TITLE

CREDITS

 

Fall - Year 1

 

Special Projects

1

Principles of Accounting I

4

Introduction to Microcomputers

3

Business Law

3

Business Math

3

Calculators

1

 

General Education Or Related Electives

1

 

Credits Fall - Year 1

16

 

Spring - Year 1

 

Principles of Accounting II

4

Payroll Accounting

3

Computerized Accounting Applications I

2

Spreadsheet Concepts and Applications

2

Database Concepts and Applications

2

 

General Education Or Related Electives

3

 

Credits Spring - Year 1

16

 

Fall - Year 2

 

Intermediate Accounting I

4

Income Tax I

4

Computerized Accounting Applications II

2

Auditing

3

ADSA 1122

Word Processing I

2

GSCL 1105

Job Seeking Skills

1

 

Credits Fall - Year 2

16

 

Spring - Year 2

 

ACCT 2101

Intermediate Accounting II

2

ACCT 2115

Cost Accounting I

4

ACCT 2120

Fund/Nonprofit Accounting

3

ACCT 2130

Intermediate Accounting III or

2

ACCT 2135

Internship

2

 

General Education Or Related Electives

3

 

Electives

2

 

Credits Spring - Year 2

15


General Education or Related - 9 credits may include: *

ENGL 1101

Composition or

3

ADSA 1176

Business Communications

3

ADSA 1141

Customer Service for Office Professional

2

BUS 2221

Principles of Management

3

 

TOTAL CREDITS

64


Notes:
*English, Biology, Chemistry, Math above 1000 level, Physics, Natural Science, Art, Foreign Language, Literature, Music, Philosophy, Theater, Western Civilization, Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology.

Updated:  si 4/27/07