Business Office Academy – Afternoon and Evening Classes

Bookkeeping/Accounting Classes

Bookkeeping/Accounting I

This course covers terms, concepts, and applications of a double-entry accounting system for a service business. Students learn to deal effectively with the chart of accounts, assets, liabilities, and equity account, as well as to apply basic rules of generally accepted accounting principles. Prerequisite: Business Math class or equivalent experience.
(12 students minimum requirement)

Bookkeeping/Accounting II

In this course, students continue learning about terms, concepts, and applications of a bookkeeping/accounting system for a corporation. Students learn to deal effectively with accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, and dividends. Prerequisite: Accounting I or equivalent experience.
(12 students minimum requirement)

Bookkeeping/Accounting III

Students continue learning about terms, concepts, and applications of a bookkeeping/accounting system for a merchandising business organized as a corporation. Students learn to deal effectively with bad debt, inventory, depreciation, and loans. Prerequisite: Accounting II or equivalent experience.

QuickBooks

Self-paced course on how to use QuickBooks to effectively deal with customers, vendors, and banking transactions. Create your own company file. Extend your knowledge by managing Inventory, working with balance sheets, payroll, and sales tax. Learn how to work with class, estimate, and time tracking features. Also, learn how to customize reports and create custom templates. May require two sessions to complete book. Prerequisite: Computer Concepts and Excel or equivalent experience. Textbook and USB flash drive required first at first class meeting.
(10 student minimum requirement.)

Computer Classes Evening Classes

Excel for Accounting

Accountants rely on Excel weekly, if not daily, to illustrate and summarize financial statements and solve problems. This course is specifically designed to give accounting students the foundation needed to use Excel in their chosen profession. Key Excel concepts and features are uniquely connected to the common accounting activities that require their use. This is a self-paced class, may require two terms to complete textbook.  Prerequisite:  Accounting I or equivalent experience. Textbook and USB flash drive required first at first class meeting.
(10 student minimum requirement.)

Google Drive and Docs

What is Google Suite?  It is a suite of applications you can work on in real time with other people and store them in the cloud with Google Drive for free! G Suite’s apps work across devices. Unlike traditional desktop applications, there is no software to install. G Suite is also compatible with files made in other programs, such as Microsoft Office. Textbook and USB flash drive required first at first class meeting.
(10 student minimum requirement.)

Computer Classes Evening Classes

Microsoft Office 365

Microsoft Office 365 Description:  What’s so great about Microsoft Office 365?  Microsoft Office 365 is a suite of cloud-based productivity and collaboration applications that integrates all Microsoft’s existing online applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, and Access) into a cloud service.  Learn all or part of these online applications in a self-paced program.  Students select which Office Application to focus on in class from Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Textbook and USB flash drive required first at first class meeting.

(10 student minimum requirement.)

Computer Basics

Are you tired of asking others how to do something on your computer? Does your computer do what you want it to do or what it wants to do? Come and have fun while we explore how to make the computer work for us. This class will teach you the basic techniques and skills you need to enjoy having a computer.

  • Computer Concepts
  • Using Programs and Applications
  • Working with Files
  • Word Processing
  • Browsing Web Pages
  • Using the Cloud

 Computer Basics Plus!

Do you want to take your computer skills to the next level? Learn to create resumes, letters, design flyers, organize lists, perform calculations, build line and pie charts, create presentations, and manage a database. We will explore Microsoft Office Suite 2016 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access) so you can become independent and confident working on the computer.


Job Skills- Evening Classes

Introduction to Woodworking

This class is designed to provide a safe introduction to working with hand and power tools in a fun and creative environment. Remember that woodshop class you took in Jr. High or High School? Your friends won’t be there so you will be able to finish your project and enjoy it! Learn safe operation of power tools, which tools to use for each step of your project, production, and get involved in the crazy world of woodworking. You won’t regret it!

Social Media for Entrepreneurs

Wish your business generated internet buzz? Confused on what to post, where, when, and how often? Unsure where to start? This course is for you. You’ll learn many of the top tips & tricks to growing a positive social media presence. Once you have a positive online presence you will see a positive benefit to your business or cause.