Career Major - Full Charge Bookkeeper

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Full Charge Bookkeeper - Alva Campus and Fairview Campus
The Full Charge Bookkeeper career major prepares students to solve accounting problems using computerized software and electronic spreadsheets. Students learn basic office skills as well as beginning, advanced, computerized and payroll accounting principles. Students develop an in-depth understanding of accounting concepts, theories and procedures as well as their effects on financial reports and analysis of business. Students also produce and analyze financial statements.

Career Major Length: 960 hours

SOC Code: 43.3031
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Fundamentals of Technology * 120
Fundamentals of Administrative Technologies * 120
Administrative Technologies II * 120
Accounting I 120
Accounting II 120
Computerized Accounting * 120
Payroll Accounting 120
Full Charge Bookkeeper Capstone 120

Campus Location
: Alva and Fairview

*This course meets the requirements for a computer science/computer technology course for high school students that are in the OHLAP program.

Financial Aid Eligible: Yes, for those who qualify.

Who Can Enroll: High School Juniors and Seniors & Adults

Student Organization: BPA - Business Professionals of America

Tuition and Materials Use Fees:
Full-time in-district adult tuition - $1,920
Full-time out-of-district adult - $3,840
Full-time materials use fees - $480

Salary Range:

Helpful Attributes and Abilities:

  • Reading, language and math skills at the 8th grade level or above
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Good oral and written communication skills
  • Positive attitude
  • Dependability

Cluster: Finance

Pathway: Business Financial Management & Accounting

Alva Campus Instructor: Andrea Long

Fairview Campus Instructor: Sharee' Madsen

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Updated 6/9/15