Accounting is the key to opening the door to the business world, and that is why it is called the “language of business.” Every business in our society is impacted by accounting-based decisions. In addition, accounting is essential in many occupations as well as being useful in comprehending your personal finances. Understanding how accounting data is accumulated through the double-entry procedure and the reporting and basic analysis of this financial information are key outcomes of the course. Other topics covered include payroll, inventory, depreciation, and career exploration. This is an important college preparatory course for students planning to major in any area of business.
- Recommended Grades: 10-12
- Course Number: BUS2010
- Credits: 1 credit
- Sequence Map: Entrepreneurship/Management, Finance/Accounting, Marketing
- Note: Elective; College credit can be earned