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Computerized Accounting Program in Grand Prairie, TX

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Computerized Accounting Program Overview

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Admission Requirements

Applicants must possess a high school diploma, G.E.D. equivalent, or must be able to pass the Wonderlic Basic Skills Test (Admission test), as well as be able to read and write English. The applicant must schedule an interview with the admissions office and submit a completed enrollment form. Once the student has been accepted they will be subject to the school’s refund and cancellation policy. Class size is limited based upon space availability. Efforts are made to assign a class time that fits the prospective student’s schedule. The MT Training Center is open to all candidates without regard to race, color, nationality, national origin, religion, creed. age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or marital status. The admission standards are in complete compliance with the Texas Workforce Career School and Colleges Regulatory Board, the Texas Veterans Commission, and the U.S. Department of Education’s regulations.

Tuition and Fees

Registration: $100.00

Tuition: $9,327.00

Total Cost: $9,427.00

Class Schedule

Day classes are scheduled Monday through Friday. Evening classes are scheduled Monday through Friday, as indicated below. Upon completion of the program, including written and practical examinations, the student will be issued a CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION. Enrollment into the Program begins every first and third Monday of every month.

Day Schedule Monday - Friday

Period 1 08:00 a.m. - 08:50 a.m. Break 08:50 a.m. - 09:00 a.m.

Period 2 09:00 a.m. - 09:50 a.m. Break 09:50 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Period 3 10:00 a.m. - 10:50 a.m. Break 10:50 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Period 4 11:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m. Lunch 11:50 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Period 5 12:00 p.m. - 12:50 p.m. Break 12:50 p.m. - 01:00 p.m.

Period 6 01:00 p.m. - 01:50 p.m. Break 01:50 p.m. - 02:00 p.m.

Period 7 02:00 p.m. - 03:00 p.m.

Evening Schedule Monday - Friday

Period 1 04:00 p.m. - 04:50 p.m. Break 04:50 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.

Period 2 05:00 p.m. - 05:50 p.m. Break 05:50 p.m. - 06:00 p.m.

Period 3 06:00 p.m. - 06:50 p.m. Break 06:50 p.m. - 07:00 p.m.

Period 4 07:00 p.m. - 07:50 p.m. Break 07:50 p.m. - 08:00 p.m.

Period 5 08:00 p.m. - 09:00 p.m.

Program and Subject Descriptions

Total Clock Hours: 600

Length: 18.0 Weeks (Day Class), 24.0 Weeks (Evening Class)

Ratios: 20:1 (students/instructor)

Graduation Requirements

The student must possess knowledge of producing payroll checks (including tax deductions), posting all aspects of business transactions and how to maintain accounting records. The student must also possess knowledge of capital structures, rations, financial charting, and financial statements.

Objective

The computerized accounting program is designed to provide the student with those skills and competencies necessary to become employed in a variety of business environments. Through hands-on experience, the student will be able to prepare, analyze, and verify financial reports. The Computerized Accounting curriculum is designed to prepare students in both manual and automated system support roles in business accounting settings and financial service industries. To complete the program of study, the student will complete courses in both written and verbal communication skills.

Subject Hours
Number Lectures Lab Credits
BCG-055 Business Communication 10 20 2.0
CPK-101 Computer Keyboarding 10 20 2.0
MO-100 Office Procedures 10 20 2.0
CPC-101 Computer Literacy 10 20 2.0
BCG-101 Business Mathematics 10 20 2.0
O-400 Employment Preparation 10 20 2.0
ACT-101 Accounting I 40 80 8.0
ACT-154 Payroll 40 80 8.0
ACT-125 Financial Analysis with Excel 20 40 4.0
ACT-123 Accounting II 20 40 4.0
ACT-152 Cost Accounting 20 40 4.0
Total Hours/Credits 200 400 40.0
Total Clock Hours: 600

Subject Descriptions

BCG-055 Business Communications - The student will learn basic practices of customer service and how to effectively communicate in a technology based environment including internal and external customer relationships, time management skills, as well as best business practices. The student will also learn business letter composition, memos, reports, as well as develop proof-reading skills, review basic grammar, spelling, and vocabulary.

Prerequisites: None.

10/20/0 Clock Hours: 30 Quarter Credit Hours: 2.0

CPK-101 Computer Keyboarding - The student will master the layout of the keyboard assisting the students with memorization of letters, numbers, and functions of the keyboard. The student will also learn practice drills that will assist the student in speed and accuracy.

Prerequisite: None.

10/20/0 Clock Hours: 30 Quarter Credit Hours: 2.0

MO-100 Office Procedures - The student will master the usage of adding machines, fax machines, personal computers, printers, copying machines, and various pieces of office equipment. The student will also learn numerous filing systems.

Prerequisite: None

10/20/0 Clock Hours: 30 Quarter Credit Hours: 2.0

CPC-101 Computer Literacy- Introduces the basic functions of a personal computer, as well as

the learning the function of pieces located within the central processing unit. The student

will also learn how to effectively operate a personal computer, load and unload software, and

acquire the skills necessary to maintain a personal computer.

Prerequisite: None

10/20/0 Clock Hours: 30 Quarter Credit Hours: 2.0

BCG-101 Business Mathematics - The student will learn how to convert percentages to fractions and fractions to decimals, as well as learn multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction of fractions, percentages, and decimals. The student will also learn how to calculate mark downs, federal income tax, basic payroll deductions, and credit card interest.

Prerequisite: None.

10/20/0 Clock Hours: 30 Quarter Credit Hours: 2.0

O-400 Employment Preparation - The student will learn how apply for a job, complete job applications, dress for interviews, compose resumes, conduct searches on the Internet for employment opportunities, as well as master interviewing skills.

Prerequisite: None.

10/20/0 Clock Hours: 30 Quarter Credit Hours: 2.0

ACT-101 Accounting I - Introduces the student to the role and responsibilities of a general accounting clerk. The student will learn how to post all business transactions, such as funds received and disbursed. The student will also learn how to maintain accounting records, reconcile bank statements, produce vouchers, checks, account statements and reports.

Prerequisite: None.

40/80/0 Clock Hours: 120 Quarter Credit Hours: 8.0

ACT-154 Payroll - The student will learn how to analyze and record payroll transactions, determine payroll taxes, as well as prepare payroll tax reports. The student will also learn rules and laws related to payroll taxes.

Prerequisite: None

40/80/0 Clock Hours: 120 Quarter Credit Hours: 8.0

ACT-125 Financial Analysis with Excel - The student will analyze all aspects of computerized accounting by using Microsoft Excel. The student will learn and master the production of spreadsheets for capital budgeting analyses, free cash flow, capital structure, buyouts, financial projections, cash flow matrix, financial history pivot tables, financial management, business evaluation, rations, financial charting, and several other spreadsheets.

Prerequisite: None

40/80/0 Clock Hours: 120 Quarter Credit Hours: 8.0

ACT-123 Accounting II - The student will learn to set up a mock company. The student will learn how to manage chart of accounts, products and services, as well as accounts. The student will also learn to manage jobs, generate and manage quotes and invoices, as well as handle customer payments, purchases from vendors, manage bank account transactions, create reports for business management, and manage employee time and payroll.

Prerequisite: None.

20/40/0 Clock Hours: 60 Quarter Credit Hours: 4.0

ACT-152 Cost Accounting - The student will master management accounting and will be able to establish budgets, actual cost of operations, and processes. The student will also learn product analysis variances, as well as the master the generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) standards.

Prerequisite: None

20/40/0 Clock Hours: 60 Quarter Credit Hours: 4.0

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