Courses in computerized bookkeeping are available at several colleges, typically as part of certificate programs in computerized bookkeeping or bookkeeping. These courses may also be part of associate's degree programs in office management or accounting. Since bookkeeping is essential to most businesses, graduates of these programs may find work in a number of industries.
Some concepts taught in these programs would be:
- Expertise with preparing and recording payrolls
- Account receivable and account payable familiarity
- Production of financial reports
- Analyze profit and loss of a business
- Ability to record business transactions
Find schools that offer these popular programs
- Accounting with Computers, General
- Financial Accounting
- Managerial Accounting
- Taxation, General
List of Common Course
Bookkeeping Fundamentals Course
This introductory course examines the preparation of financial statements and the practice of double-entry bookkeeping. Students learn how to review transactions, record them in a general ledger and use that information to prepare budget worksheets and financial statements.
Business Math Course
Students are taught the mathematics needed for successful bookkeeping in this class. The course covers the application of math concepts in business recording activities. Students develop the skills needed to resolve common transaction and calculation inaccuracies in business bookkeeping.
Accounting Principles Course
Students in this class review the concepts and principles of financial accounting. This course examines such topics as cash flow, inventory, receivables, internal controls, amortization and depreciation, and liabilities. Students learn how to use this data to prepare and analyze financial statements. The course focuses on the use of financial data in the implementation of budget and cost controls.
Payroll Administration Course
Students learn how to process payroll for a business or organization. This course examines topics including payroll calculations, taxes, withholdings, automatic deductions, recordkeeping, direct deposit and paycheck generation. Students learn the importance of W-2 forms and other year-end tax requirements.