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Computerized Accounting I (4th & 6 Periods) is a yearlong course with emphasis on basic accounting principles as they relate to both manual and computerized financial systems. Instruction is on an integrated basis using computers, spreadsheet software, and electronic calculators as the relationship and processes of manual and computerized accounting are presented. Entry-level skills in the accounting occupations can be attained.
*Business Procedures (2nd & 7th Periods) is a two-semester course that will provide students with concepts and skills in technology, communication, human relations, financial and record management, and employability skills that can be applied in the management and administration of an office.
**Accounting II (3rd Period) is designed to provide students with the knowledge, understanding, and skill necessary for college and career readiness. Departmental and corporate accounting systems are components of the course with emphasis is given to computerized software and automated systems.
Principles of Banking (5th period) is a yearlong that provides an introduction to banking services and financial institutions. Students will study principles of banking transactions and the service of a bank. Topics include soft skills in the workplace; history of banking; federal reserve; banking laws, ethics, and bank as business; banking services; bank security; ten-key toch; and banking transactions.
*Prerequisites: Computerized Business Applications
**Prerequisities: Computerized Accounting I