PCC/ CCOG / DT

Course Content and Outcome Guide for DT 276

Course Number:
DT 276
Course Title:
Dental Laboratory Management Lab
Credit Hours:
1
Lecture Hours:
0
Lecture/Lab Hours:
0
Lab Hours:
30
Special Fee:
$12.00

Course Description

Computer-based exercises in techniques required for small business management. Audit available.

Addendum to Course Description

The student will study the procedures for setting-up and properly utilizing Quick Books in the operation of a dental laboratory.
Course Prerequisite - Must be accepted and registered in the Dental Laboratory Technology Program through application/testing process, must have completed DT275 (Laboratory Management), or have permission of the course instructor.

Intended Outcomes for the course

1. Operating of software program
2. Setting up Quick Books
3. Establishing lists, bank and other accounts
4. Inputting and retrieving sales and income information
5. Tracking and paying taxes
6. Printing reports and analyzing data
7. Customizing forms and reports

Outcome Assessment Strategies

Determined by interim laboratory demonstrations to the instructor, lab attendance, participation and successful completion of assignments and projects as assigned.

Course Content (Themes, Concepts, Issues and Skills)

1. Operating of software program
2. Setting up Quick Books
3. Establishing lists, bank and other accounts
4. Inputting and retrieving sales and income information
5. Tracking and paying taxes
6. Printing reports and analyzing data
7. Customizing forms and reports

Related Instruction

Computation
Hours: 3

Outcomes:

1. Operating of software program
2. Setting up Quick Books
3. Establishing lists, bank and other accounts
4. Inputting and retrieving sales and income information
5. Tracking and paying taxes
6. Printing reports and analyzing data
7. Customizing forms and reports

Activities:

Developing the basic accounting and computational skills necessary to use QuickBooks Pro accounting software including calculations to generate the profit and loss statement, balance sheet, accrual accounts, prepaid accountings, depreciation etc.

Communication
Hours: 5

Outcomes:

1. Operating of software program
2. Setting up Quick Books
3. Establishing lists, bank and other accounts
4. Inputting and retrieving sales and income information
5. Tracking and paying taxes
6. Printing reports and analyzing data
7. Customizing forms and reports

Activities:

developing verbal and written communication skills related to accounting terminology and accounting software technology