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ACC220 - Computer Applications for Accounting

Computer Applications for Accounting is a practical introduction to the utilization of an integrated accounting package for microcomputers, including considerations necessary in choosing and implementing a computerized accounting system. Students learn the differences between manual and computerized accounting systems and will set up and use integrated computerized general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable, inventory, depreciation and payroll applications, to maintain accounting records of a business and produce financial reports including cash flow, horizontal and vertical analysis.
3.0
NOTE: CDM 110 or CDM 111 is highly recommended.
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