Accounting Technology Courses

NACC-130 - Personal Finance

This course provides students with information and resources needed to understand the creation and implementation of a budget, use of credit and borrowing money responsibly, financial rights and ways to safeguard their money, and factors used to determine their readiness to buy a home or make other major purchases. Information on financial institutions such as banks, credit unions, and savings and loan organizations will also be covered. This course will provide students with basic financial literacy so they can develop sound financial management of their personal income as well as an understanding of the economic events that can influence their financial well being and society as a whole. (NTID Supported Students.) Lab, Lecture 5, Credits 3 (Fall, Spring)

NACC-199 - Independent Study: Accounting Technology/Business Technology

The description for each Independent Study request will be specified in each student's proposal. (Enrollment in this course requires permission from the department offering the course.) Ind Study, Credits 1 - 3 (Fall, Spring, Summer)

NACC-201 - Accounting 1

Introduction to accounting principles for both accounting and nonaccounting students. Both service and merchandising (retail/wholesale) businesses are introduced. Areas covered include: analyzing and recording of business transactions using the double-entry accounting system; end-of-period adjustments; worksheet; financial statements; closing entries; and post-closing trial balance. Students complete a comprehensive "accounting cycle" project. Computerized spreadsheet applications are required. (Prerequisites: This class is restricted to NTID supported students who have completed NAST-160 or equivalent course.) Lab, Lecture 5, Credits 3 (Fall, Spring)

NACC-202 - Accounting 2

This course is a continuation from Accounting 1. Topics covered include: accounting principles and procedures related to notes payable and receivable, the valuation of receivables, inventories, fixed assets, partnerships, capital stock, retained earnings, taxes, dividends, bonds, the statement of cash flow, and the analysis of financial statements. A comprehensive capstone project is completed. Computerized spreadsheet applications are required. (Prerequisites: This class is restricted to NTID supported students who have completed NACC-201 or equivalent course.) Lab, Lecture 5, Credits 3 (Fall, Spring)

NACC-203 - Accounting 3

Cost accounting is the focus of this course. Coverage includes manufacturing statements, cost theory, integration of materials, labor and overhead, average and FIFO process costing methods, equivalent units, multiple products, changes in units, budgeting, cost classification and computerized applications. Students complete a comprehensive project. Computerized spreadsheet applications are required. (Prerequisites: This class is restricted to NTID supported students who have completed NACC-202 or equivalent course.) Lab, Lecture 4, Credits 3 (Fall, Spring)

NACC-204 - Accounting Capstone

This capstone experience gives students an opportunity to reinforce and apply accounting skills previously studied. Students will apply skills using a variety of approaches including case studies, simulations, projects, teamwork, and presentations. Students will research, review and interpret financial data and its impact on managerial decisions. The course will also discuss the workplace as it relates to communication, interpersonal skills, decision-making, ethics and lifelong learning skills in a professional accounting environment. (Prerequisites: This class is restricted to NTID supported students who have completed NACC-203 or equivalent course.) Lab, Lecture 4, Credits 3 (Fall, Spring)

NACC-205 - Financial Accounting

Introduction to accounting principles for both accounting and non-accounting students. Both service and merchandising (retail/wholesale) businesses are introduced. Areas covered include: analyzing and recording of business transactions using the double-entry accounting system; adjusting and closing entries and financial statement preparation. Generally accepted accounting principles, accounting ethics and analytical tools help students become informed users of financial statements. (NTID Supported Students.) Lab, Lecture 4, Credits 3 (Fall, Spring)

NACC-206 - Managerial Accounting

Introduction to the use of cost accounting information by managers within a business. This course includes development of manufacturing statements, cost theory, integration of materials, labor and overhead, job order and process costing, flexible budgeting and evaluating the performance of managers and divisions through variance analysis. (Prerequisites: This class is restricted to NTID supported students who have completed NACC-205 or equivalent.) Lab, Lecture 4, Credits 3 (Fall, Spring)

NACC-289 - Special Topics: Accounting Technology/Business Technology

The description for each Special Topics request will be specified in each course proposal. (NTID Supported Students.) Lecture, Credits 1 - 3 (Fall, Spring, Summer)

NACC-299 - Co-op: Accounting Technology/Business Technology

Designed to give the student an opportunity to gain work experience, to apply what has been learned and to self-evaluate personal and communication skills. Placement assistance is provided to help the student find a job related to his/her field of study. One co-op experience is required for graduation. CO OP, Credits 0 (Fall, Spring, Summer)