Accounting II is an advanced study of concepts, principles and techniques that build on the competencies acquired in Accounting I used in keeping the electronic and manual financial records of a sole proprietorship, a partnership and a corporation. Departmental, management, cost, and not-for-profit accounting systems are explored. This course will apply the theory and practices developed in Accounting I. (Activities in this course will be completed manually and electronically. This course requires a computerized workstation for each student with accounting and spreadsheet software and tools provided.)
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