Students will follow through the accounting career ladder by performing each level of duty and procedure. Students will be provided training in processing and recording business transactions for partnerships and departmental, manufacturing corporations as well as analyzing the end of-fiscal-period reports. Instruction in this area plays an important role for students who are preparing for accounting careers after graduation, employment, or a higher level of education. It is also a crucial component of academic backgrounds for students who will pursue entrepreneurial ventures and small business ownership. All students, regardless of the profession they choose, can benefit from accounting instruction since it is an integral part of every business institution and organization. Students will also become proficient in 10-key operations. The students who complete this course will have the skills to go directly into the workforce as an Accounts Receivable Clerk, Accounts Payable Clerk, or Data Entry Clerk.Prerequisite: Accounting I (C or higher)