ACC103 Quick Books® will teach students the concepts and techniques of recording various business transactions, including sales, receivables, payables, and payroll.
It deals with the organization of the graphic elements in effective, unified designs, whether in photography, fine arts, commercial art or everyday life. This course is valuable for persons anticipating a career in art, photography, media technology, or education.
3 credits ART105 Illustration, Materials, and Techniques is a studio course which introduces students to a variety of materials and techniques appropriate for use in the field of illustration.
Additional topics studies include cash, accounts and notes receivable, merchandise inventory, depreciation, current liabilities, and principles.
Procedures for maintaining the records for service and merchandise firms are emphasized.
3 credits ACC102 Accounting II develops financial and managerial accounting concepts related to generally accepted accounting principles, the conceptual framework of accounting and the objectives of financial reporting, long term liabilities, the statement of cash flows, financial statement analysis, introductory management accounting, manufacturing accounting, and job order and process accounting are studied.
3 credits Pre-requisite: ACC101 (grade of C or higher).Their primary purpose is to prepare students for subsequent college level courses.Students are expected to read and write at a college level for all courses except the developmental courses.All students must have begun their English and mathematics sequences by completion of their first 30 credit hours or registration will be blocked until the student meets with an academic advisor to see if an exemption is in order.Activity Elective Courses Courses that fulfill the activity elective requirement for graduation are coded “ACT” in the course description under PED.Excel is used to solve a number of assigned problems.