Accounting with Certification Emphasis

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Start your Accounting education with our Sonoma County Accounting program!

Are you looking for bookkeeping training in Northern California? Through our Accounting with Certification Emphasis program, you can learn fundamental accounting skills and acquire certifications to advance in the accounting field. Graduates of Empire College’s Accounting program should be prepared to assume a wide range of bookkeeping and assistant accounting responsibilities, including payroll, general ledger, payables and receivables.

Objective: This is a short-term, entry-level program tailored for those with previous college education and/or work experience to meet the demands of today’s employer. The certificates validate a graduate’s capability to work within various accounting areas and showcase for employers the applicant’s trainable skills in an employer’s processes.

Courses prepare students for bookkeeping, payroll, and QuickBooks certifications through the National Bookkeepers Association, as well as the IRS VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) certification in income tax preparation and the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certificate in Excel. If you’re looking for a quality assistant accounting course in California, consider choosing Empire College.

Prerequisites: (1) College transcript indicating completion of 30 semester/45 quarter units, or resume outlining three years of office work experience; (2) net keyboarding speed of 30 words per minute on a 5-minute timing

Program Length: 2 quarters (24 weeks)
Diploma awarded upon successful completion of all graduation requirements.

The following courses are included in this program:
•    Accounting Theory
•    Payroll
•    Federal Income Tax
•    Business English and Correspondence
•    Excel and QuickBooks
•    Career Transitions
•    And more!

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