Join the in-demand field of Computerized Accounting. Our comprehensive program equips you with the essential skills and knowledge required for a successful career in accounting. You’ll gain hands-on experience in the latest accounting software, setting you on a path to excel in the field of accounting.
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The Computerized Accounting program is an intensive 34-week program that prepares you with the skills to effectively work with various accounting and computer software programs that play an important role in the functioning of today’s accounting departments in order to provide effective accounting and bookkeeping services.
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This course provides essential computer skills, including proficiency in using applications and keyboarding, to enhance digital literacy and workplace productivity
This module introduces students to bookkeeping and accounting concepts and principles including GAAP, the Accounting Cycle, Accounting Information Systems, and financial statements.
This course is designed to develop expertise in QuickBooks. Students will learn accounting concepts as they are applied in today’s modern office.
This course introduces students to Sage 50 (formerly Simply Accounting) and Sage 300 (formerly ACCPAC) accounting software.
Introduction to Business Law and Taxation Part 1 provides a foundational understanding of the legal and tax aspects of business
Introduction to Business Law and Taxation Part 2 looks deeper into advanced concepts and practical applications of business law and taxation.
This course is designed to enhance professional communication skills, including writing, speaking, and interpersonal interactions, to excel in a business environment
1. MINIMUM OF GRADE 12(OSSD) – education or Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and out of school for 1 year or more);
2. ENTRANCE EXAMS – Successful completion of City College Entrance Exams and requirements for the program;
3. Current Resume;
4. ADMISSIONS INTERVIEW with an Education Consultant
5. Meeting with the Financial Aid Officer.
If you are an international student please contact us for more information regarding admission requirements
Approved as a vocational program under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.