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EASTERN IDAHO TECHNICAL COLLEGE_ _____________________________________________________________ 2016-2017
Courses offered at EITC are primarily delivered in a lecture and/
or lab format. Courses may also be offered by way of a hybrid or
on-line model. Students should pay close attention to the
published course schedule so as to understand the format of
instruction for courses for which they register. Courses using
a hybrid format for instruction are designated on the course
schedule as HYB. Hybrid courses have fewer class meetings and
utilize computer based technology as the foundation of
instruction. It is recommended that students enrolling in a
hybrid course have strong computer skills, high speed access to
the internet, compatible computer software, and are motivated
self-directed learners. Courses using an on-line format for
instruction are designated on the course schedule as OLI.
On-line courses may meet one time the first week of the term.
The same computer skills, internet access, software and learning
style as recommended for the hybrid courses are also
recommended for the on-line courses.
To assist with your program planning, courses in the Catalog
are marked showing the semester they are usually offered.
Unanticipated faculty vacancies and program changes may affect
future course scheduling. Therefore, you should always contact
your academic advisor to verify future course offerings,
especially when specific courses are needed for graduation.
The following letters which appear after the course
descriptions indicate the anticipated semester in which a course
will be scheduled.
ALL = All Sessions
FA = Fall
SP = Spring
SU = Summer
ACC 110 QuickBooks for the Office
3 Credits
QuickBooks is a popular accounting program utilized by many
small and large businesses in today’s office environment.
Students in this course will learn the principal functions of
QuickBooks including accounts payable, accounts receivable,
bank reconciliation, payroll and basic accounting reports.
Emphasis will also be placed on source documents and
maintaining accounting files. SP
ACC 125 Fundamental Accounting
3 Credits
Introduction of fundamental double-entry accounting concepts
and terminology. Emphasis on analyzing and recording
business transactions and completing, adjusting, and closing
entries for the accounting cycle of a business. Includes
procedures for banking, cash funds, calculating and recording
payroll, accrual accounting, and financial statements. FA
ACC 210 Accounting I
3 Credits
This course covers analyzing and recording business
transactions, posting, preparing worksheets, making adjusting
and closing entries, banking and cash fund activities, payroll,
accounts receivable, accounts payable, depreciation, and
preparing financial statements. FA
Strong math skills and/or MAT 105 recommended
ACC 220 Accounting II
3 Credits
This course provides training in accounting for notes payable
and notes receivable; valuation of receivables, inventories, and
plant and equipment; accounting for partnerships and
corporations; and cost accounting. SP
Prerequisite: ACC 210
ACC 221 Accounting Computer Applications
2 Credits
Computer work reinforces Accounting II dealing with financial
analysis, inventory, depreciation, bad debts, corporations, and
cost accounting. A simulated business set is included. SP
Corequisite: ACC 220 Prerequisite: ACC 210
ACC 222 Personal Income Tax
3 Credits
This course covers various principles of taxation influencing
record keeping for individuals and small businesses and deals
with changes in tax laws. SP
Prerequisite: ACC 220
ACC 226 Excel in Accounting
2 Credits
This course allows students to explore a sophisticated software
package that is being used in the accounting profession. Students
will expand their knowledge of accounting concepts while
learning a valuable software tool. FA
Prerequisites: ACC 220, OFP 142
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