Accounting I

Accounting I provides students with the basic knowledge of accounting procedures, including analyzing and journalizing business transactions; constructing worksheets; calculating and recording adjusting entries; preparing financial statements; and finalizing the accounting cycle through closing entries. Special journals, subsidiary accounts and payroll reports and taxes will also be introduced. Emphasis is placed on service and merchandising businesses in a sole proprietorship or corporate setting. All students, regardless of the career they choose, can benefit from accounting instruction in their own personal business affairs. This course is highly recommended for students in grades 10 through 12, who are considering any business major at the collegiate level. Special Note: This course is transcripted with Southwest Technical College. Click on the logo for more information about transcriped courses. SWTC Logo