Accounting I is a course designed to teach the recording and analyzing of financial records of a sole proprietorship. It includes, through both manual and computer accounting technology, how to keep financial records, summarizing for convenient interpretation, and the ability to determine how to improve a financial situation. The course develops an understanding of the steps of the accounting cycle for a sole proprietorship. It involves the practical application of math skills needed in business, basic adding, subtraction, multiplication, and division, as well as formulas and functions for spreadsheet analysis. The course also examines the managerial use of accounting information, explores career choices in the field of accounting, and looks into current business ethics.
To receive WITCC Articulated credit, course #B020, Accounting II must also be completed.
Virtual course offered to students in grades 10-12 only.