BOOK-101

Fundamentals of Bookkeeping

CREDITS: 2
LENGTH: 6 weeks
CAMPUS: Burns Lake - Fort St. James - Mackenzie - Prince George - Quesnel - Vanderhoof
PRE-REQUISITES: None
CO-REQUISITES: None
 
DESCRIPTION:
This course introduces students to the bookkeeping profession and will focus on theory and practical application. Students will be provided with learning experiences for developing skills to understand how a company's financial records are set up. Students are introduced to the accounting cycle, beginning with basic concepts including the accounting equation and terminology. They will then advance to analyzing transactions, journalizing and posting to special journals and general ledgers

Course Schedule

ID SEMESTER CAMPUS DELIVERY LOCATION INSTRUCTOR STARTS ENDS MEETS
CV001 Spring 2020 Prince George In Class 3-352 M. Barna January 6 February 10 M W 6:30PM
CV801 Spring 2020 Fort St. James DDI 2-201 M. Barna January 6 February 10 M W 6:30PM
CV201 Spring 2020 Quesnel DDI N212 M. Barna January 6 February 10 M W 6:30PM
CV401 Spring 2020 Vanderhoof DDI TBD M. Barna January 6 February 10 M W 6:30PM
CV501 Spring 2020 Burns Lake DDI TBD M. Barna January 6 February 10 M W 6:30PM
CV301 Spring 2020 Mackenzie DDI TBD M. Barna January 6 February 10 M W 6:30PM

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