Accounting Basics for Non-Accounting Majors
Learn the basic steps underlying the accounting cycle used within most accounting software. Analyze business transactions using debits/ credits and journalize and post transactions. Complete the accounting cycle by making, adjusting, and closing entries, and preparing financial statements. Understand the basics of depreciation, safeguarding cash, bank reconciliation, and payroll entries. Analyze financial data using a variety of financial ratios. Session: Tuesdays, February 7-March 21, 6:00-8:30 p.m.
Course #: 101 Hours: 17.5 Tuition: $210 Fees: $50
Introduction to Computers – “Just the Basics”
This class has been designed with the beginner in mind. We will discuss the very basics of how the computer and Microsoft Windows work. You will learn how to write a simple letter in Microsoft Word, connect to the Internet and use the many tools that are available on the Internet.
Session: Thursdays, January 26-February 16, 4:00-6:00 p.m. Course #: 304 Hours: 8 Tuition: $96 Fees: $40
Intermediate Computers – “Beyond the Basics” Gain a better understanding of how to use your computer. We will discuss how to better organize your electronic files; how to create a card in Microsoft Publisher; how to more effectively use your e-mail; explore more of the Internet; and how to protect your investment. (Note: Must buy book ($40) if you were not enrolled in Introduction to Computers – “Just the Basics.”)
Session: Thursdays, February 23-March 23, 4:00-6:30 p.m. (Note: No class on March 9.)
Course #: 306 Hours: 10 Tuition: $120 Fees: $5 (+ book $40 if needed)
Introduction to Microsoft Office® 2013
Learn the basic commands, functions, and capabilities of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. In Word, create business letters, envelopes, memos, reports and flyers; even create great looking tables. In Excel, create sophisticated spreadsheets using various formatting tools that highlight your worksheets. Incorporate formulas, functions and charts that impress. In PowerPoint, create and deliver a professional slideshow complete with ClipArt, Slide Transitions, and Animation. Use Access to create, edit, sort and retrieve data in tables, queries, forms, and reports.
Session: Mondays/Wednesdays, January 30-March 20, 6:30-8:30 p.m. (Note: No class on February 8, February 20, and March 15.) Course #: 308 Hours: 24 Tuition: $288 Fees: $85
Introduction to Microsoft Word® 2013
This class is designed for users who are new to word processing or for those transitioning to Word 2013. Learn basic commands, functions, and capabilities of Word 2013 to create a variety of documents: letters, envelopes, memos, reports, and fliers. Learn how to set tabs and indent; use bullets and numbered lists; learn formatting tricks; and create and format tables.
Session: Mondays/Wednesday, January 30-February 13, 6:30-8:30 p.m. (Note: No class on February 8.)
Course #: 309 Hours: 8 Tuition: $96 Fees: $25
Intermediate Microsoft Word® 2013
Advance your word processing skills to create newsletters and brochures. Collect data using printed and electronic forms. Learn about ClipArt; Picture Editing, Templates, Themes, Styles, Shapes and SmartArt. Simplify mass mailings by using MailMerge. Organize long documents by creating a table of contents, indexes, headers, and footers.
Session: Mondays/Wednesday, April 3-April 10, 6:00-9:00 p.m. Course #: 310 Hours: 9 Tuition: $108 Fees: $25
Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint® 2013
This class is designed for users who are new to slideshows or for those transitioning to PowerPoint 2013. Create and edit your own slideshow presentation. Apply design concepts that add excitement to your presentation, such as Themes, ClipArt, Shapes, Screenshots, Animation, Sound, and Transitions. Add and link Excel charts and learn how to create an organizational chart. Session: Wednesday/Monday, March 1; March 6, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Course #: 313 Hours: 4 Tuition: $48 Fees: $25
Intermediate Microsoft PowerPoint® 2013
Go beyond PowerPoint basics. Learn advanced techniques by adding audio and video files, action buttons, and tables into your presentation. Enhance presentation navigation with agenda and summary slides and hyperlinks. Use slide masters and customize document themes. Once your slideshow is complete, learn techniques for the perfect delivery by setting timing options.
Session: Tuesdays/Thursday, April 25-May 2, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Course #: 318 Hours: 6 Tuition: $72 Fees: $25
Introduction to Microsoft Excel® 2013
Make working with spreadsheets easy. This class is designed for users who are new to spreadsheets or for those transitioning to Excel 2013. Work with various data and number formatting techniques. Understand formulas and functions that simplify number crunching. Create impressive charts to visually represent spreadsheet data.
Session: Wednesdays/Monday, February 15-February 27, 6:30-8:30 p.m. (Note: No class on February 20.)
Course #: 311 Hours: 6 Tuition: $72 Fees: $25
Intermediate Microsoft Excel® 2013
Manage large worksheets and workbooks by sorting, using hyperlinks, and conditional formatting. Defining and naming cell ranges makes formulas easier to understand. Expand your knowledge of formulas and functions that link cells among worksheets and workbooks. Use criteria and logical functions in advanced formulas. Begin learning how formulas can be used on text data. Perform data analysis using Goal Seek and Scenario Manager. Add some show stopping graphics such as pictures, ClipArt, Shapes, SmartArt, and WordArt.
Session: Wednesdays/Monday, April 12-April 24, 6:00-9:00 p.m. (Note: No class on April 17.)
Course#: 312 Hours: 9 Tuition: $108 Fees: $25
Advanced Microsoft Excel® 2013
Explore more advanced topics in Excel. Use the Vlookup function, and then begin your study of pivot tables and macros. Prepare to share workbooks for collaboration by adding comments, tracking changes and merging multiple workbooks. Group worksheets and then consolidate the worksheet data onto a summary worksheet. Put validation rules into effect to ensure correct data and password protect the worksheets. Integrate Excel with Word, Access, and PowerPoint. (Note: Students must bring a flash drive to class.)
Session: Wednesdays/Monday, April 26-May 3, 6:00-9:00 p.m. Course#: 316 Hours: 9 Tuition: $108 Fees: $25
Introduction to Microsoft Access® 2013
This class is designed for users who are new to database software programs. Learn to navigate through business-oriented or homebased databases; incorporate good design techniques as you create a relational database; manipulate data with sorting and filtering; and create forms for data entry. See the power of Access as you create a variety of queries from one or multiple tables, set query criteria, perform calculations within queries and create crosstab queries.
Session: Wednesday/Mondays, March 8-March 20, 6:30-8:30 p.m. (Note: No class on March 15.)
Course #: 314 Hours: 6 Tuition: $72 Fees: $25
Intermediate Microsoft Access® 2013
The power of Access is realized as you continue to investigate relational databases. Refine table design by setting field properties, validation rules and lookup fields. Explore a variety of report tools for those final reports that compile and summarize the data. Customize input forms by creating main forms, subforms and adding calculations. Advance to more complex queries such as parameter and append, update and delete queries.
Session: Mondays/Wednesday, May 8-May 15, 6:00-9:00 p.m. Course #: 315 Hours: 9 Tuition: $108 Fees: $25
Advanced Microsoft Access® 2013
Continue to investigate the power of Access. Customize reports with subreports and create calculated controls. Make working with Access easier for end-users by creating navigation forms and switchboards, customizing the navigation pane, and setting startup options. Explore how to integrate Access with Word and Excel through merging and linking. Create and use macros to improve Access efficiency. Learn to back-up, compact and repair your database.
Session: Wednesdays/Monday, May 17-May 24, 6:00-9:00 p.m. Course#: 317 Hours: 9 Tuition: $108 Fees: $25