Academic Programs

Computerizing Small Business Management, Diploma

Locations:  Canby, Granite Falls, Jackson, Pipestone,
and Worthington.
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Computerizing Small Business is a program designed to assist the small business owner in maximizing the effectiveness of office computerization and accounting applications. Program instructors target instruction to areas that will enable entrepreneurs to meet their business and family goals. A structured program is used to analyze current systems, evaluate business applications for the computer, identify the advantages of computerized systems, and examine software & hardware currently available. This program may use a combination of individualized on-site instruction, tailored to the specific business needs, and classroom delivery. The mission of the Computerizing Small Business program is to encourage more businesses to take advantage of the cost savings and productivity improvement opportunities available through efficient office automation. This is accomplished through instruction that helps the business owner better understand and thus simplify the computerization process and use of application software.

Prerequisites: To be eligible for enrollment in Computerizing Small Business Management courses, the student must be a small business operator or must secure the consent of the instructor.


COURSE # COURSE TITLE CREDITS
Disk Operating Systems 1
General Ledger 3
Bank Reconciliation 2
Accounts Receivable 3
Accounts Payable 3
Payroll 3
Government Payroll Reporting 2
Electives 15
TOTAL CREDITS 32


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Updated:  si 3/2/12