ACC 210 Advanced Accounting Practicum

Expands upon previously learned computerized general ledger accounting. Focuses on taking accounting principles and procedures previously learned and developing skills for their application through the use of accounting software, including sales / receivables, expenses / accounts payable, payroll, journal entries, chart of accounts, and automated general ledger. Various projects will be used to guide students through an accounting cycle including the preparation of computer-generated financial statements and various special reports. A special emphasis is placed upon the interpretation and evaluation of financial information developed during the course projects. Students are expected to work together to complete the assigned projects. Prepares the student to take the Intuit QuickBooks Certification test. Reviews the basics of accounting QuickBooks style. Drills deeper into the various ways to create company databases, the various utilities available, the management of lists and items. Reviews and expands upon A/R, A/P, P/R applications in QuickBooks. Covers report modification, home page modification, shortcuts, and overall customization methods. At the conclusion of the course, students will be able to take the industry-recognized Intuit QuickBooks Certification test.


3 credits


ACC 110 with a C grade or higher; ACC 212 with a C grade or higher (ACC 212 may be concurrent)

Course Content Charge

$210.00 (Learn Key for Quickbooks, Quickbooks Practice Exam Bundle)


Fall, Winter, Spring