Prepare to enter the profession.

Once you’ve completed Bookkeeper I, the next step in your training is Bookkeeper II. This program is designed to prepare you for an entry-level position. You’ll gain essential knowledge in areas ranging from fundamentals of accounting to composition to mathematics.

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What you’ll learn

  • Survey and analyze methods of accounting for current assets and liabilities.
  • Understand accounting principles for acquisition, use, retirement, and depreciation of plant and equipment.
  • Understand content and format of financial statements and reports using general accepted accounting principles and financial accounting standards.
  • Understand corporate accounting with emphasis on capital stock, stock rights, stock options, retained earnings, dividends, and long-term liabilities.
  • Reconcile or report differences found in records.
  • Maintain payroll records and file necessary quarterly tax returns.
  • Prepare tax reports and returns.

Possible careers

  • Accounting or bookkeeping
  • Accounts receivable clerk
  • Accounts payable clerk
  • Payroll clerk


Dr. Carrie White
Dean of Faculty