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Accounting II

 

Grade Level: 11, 12

Length of Course: Year

Pre-requisite: Accounting I

Credit: 1

Course Overview: This second year is specifically vocational and career oriented. It is planned for the student who has one or more of the following objectives: to become a bookkeeper or an accountant’s assistant upon graduation from high school, to attend college and major in accounting, marketing, management, or some other phase of business administration, and to know more about business procedures and business records than could be learned in a first-year course. Students will do accounting work with an integrated accounting package, and use spreadsheet programs on a windows system.