Accounting Clerk, 1 year certificate
PCC’s accounting programs are designed to develop your skills in areas such as accounting, payroll, computerized accounting applications, law, tax, business math, microcomputer applications, financial management, communication, organization, critical thinking, and problem-solving.
Awards with a icon can be earned completely online, or you can choose a mix of online and on-campus classes.
|Award||Length||Financial aid eligible||Currently accepting students?|
|Certificate: Accounting Clerk||1 year|
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Course listing for the 2020-2021 catalog year.
|BA 101||Introduction to Business||4|
|BA 111||Introduction to Accounting 1||3|
|BA 131||Introduction to Business Technology||4|
|BA 177||Payroll Accounting||3|
|BA 205||Business Communication Using Technology §||4|
|BA 211||Principles of Accounting I §||3|
|BA 212||Principles of Accounting II||3|
|BA 228||Computer Accounting Applications||3|
|BA 285||Human Relations-Organizations §||3|
|CAS 121||Beginning Keyboarding 2||3|
|or CAS 122||Keyboarding for Speed and Accuracy|
|OS 131||10-key on Calculators||1|
|WR 121||English Composition||4|
|or WR 122||English Composition|
|or WR 227||Technical and Professional Writing 1|
|Accounting Clerk CAS Electives||3|
|Accounting Clerk Economics Electives 3||4|
|Business Program Electives||3|
Course contains Related Instruction and cannot be substituted with another course; Related Instruction details can be viewed here.
Students who have completed high school bookkeeping or have had work experience with full-cycle bookkeeping responsibilities should contact a business department advisor for potential substitution options.
Students who can touch type more than 40 words per minute should substitute an approved business elective.
Students considering the Associate of Applied Science (Accounting) degree are recommended to take EC 201 or EC 202.