ACC 231 (Alpha) Professional Skills: Research, Workpapers, and Systems Simulation (3)

3 hours lecture per week

Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent registration in ACC 202 or approval of the instructor or Business Education Department chairperson.

Recommended Preparation: Credit or concurrent registration in ACC 132; 137 (133); 150; 155

Comment: Students are expected to provide their own USB compatible high density electronic storage media of minimum size specified by instructor.

This course insures that you are ready for the “real” Accounting world. First part of the class is a practical session, which uses all of the knowledge from your earlier accounting classes and applies them to a practice set of books. Remainder of class teaches you online research methods and how to conduct an internal audit.

Course Syllabus

Aloha, I am Kerry Yoneshige and I’d like to introduce you to ACC 231B, a capstone course for the KCC AS accounting degree program. In this class, we will manually complete the accounting cycle based on a case so students can get hands on experience. We follow the case study with practical accounting and tax research skills and wrap up the course learning how to prepare manual and computerized working papers. I hope to see you in class soon!