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Business Administration: Accounting Certificate I

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The Certificate programs are designed to provide the basic accounting skills required for clerical and entry-level positions, or to improve the existing accounting skills of individuals who seek promotional opportunities.

Credits earned in the Certificate programs can be applied to the Associate in Science in Business Administration curriculum with a concentration in Accounting.

ACCOUNTING CERTIFICATE I
CLLABCR
ACCN101 Financial Accounting I 4 1 4
BCPN101 Computer Technology and Applications 2 2 3
ACCN102 Financial Accounting II 4 0 4
BCPN208 Spreadsheet: EXCEL 2 2 3
Total Credits 14

Business Administration: Accounting Certificate II

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Prerequisite: Completion of Accounting Certificate I.

The Certificate programs are designed to provide the basic accounting skills required for clerical and entry-level positions, or to improve the existing accounting skills of individuals who seek promotional opportunities.

Credits earned in the Certificate programs can be applied to the Associate in Science in Business Administration curriculum with a concentration in Accounting.

ACCOUNTING CERTIFICATE II
CLLABCR
ACCN201 Intermediate Accounting I 4 0 4
ACCN214 Accounting Information Systems 3 0 3
ACCN202 Intermediate Accounting II 4 0 4
ACCN206 Cost Accounting 4 0 4
Total Credits 15

Business Administration: Accounting Certificate III

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The Certificate programs are designed to provide the basic accounting skills required for clerical and entry-level positions, or to improve the existing accounting skills of individuals who seek promotional opportunities.

Credits earned in the Certificate programs can be applied to the Associate in Science in Business Administration curriculum with a concentration in Accounting.

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ACCOUNTING CERTIFICATE III
 
 CLLABCR
ACCN101 Financial Accounting I 4 1 4
ACCN102 Financial Accounting II 4 0 4
BUSN110 Principles of Management 3 0 3
BCPN101 Computer Technology and Applications 2 2 3
BCPN208 Spreadsheet: EXCEL 2 2 3
ACCN201 Intermediate Accounting I 4 0 4
ACCN202 Intermediate Accounting II 4 0 4
ACCN206 Cost Accounting 4 0 4
General Education: Group E Elective* 4 0 4
Total Credits 33
* MTHN106 or MTHN115 is recommended

Complementary Health and Wellness Certificate

Evening and Weekend Program

Health is more than the absence of disease: it is the balance of the individual on a holistic level: mind, body and spirit. This program embraces the theory that an individual must have their needs met on all levels: physically; mentally/emotionally; and spiritually/energetically. This approach is often identified with alternative treatments, many of which are very old if not ancient. Students learn to develop and provide services for themselves as well as others, and in general this certificate is meant to invite and guide the student to more concentrated study and professional service - in holistic counseling, massage, herbology, naturopathy, to name but a few.

This certificate is of particular interest to health care professionals, licensed massage therapists, and bodyworkers willing to expand their traditional protocols.

COMPLEMENTARY HEALTH AND WELLNESS CERTIFICATE
FIRST SEMESTERCLLABCR
SCIN111 Basic Anatomy & Physiology 3 2 4
PSYN101 Introduction to Psychology 3 0 3
CHWN101 Foundations of Health and Wellness 3 0 3
MSTNxxx Massage/Wellness Elective 2 0 2
Total Credits 12
SECOND SEMESTERCLLABCR
MSTN141 Oriental Theory and Concepts* 3 0 3
CHWN102 Somatic Theory* 3 0 3
CHWN103 Ethics, Business, and Marketing* 3 0 3
MSTNXXX Massage/Wellness Elective(2) 4 0 4
Total Credits 13
ELECTIVESCLLABCR
MSTN124 Acupressure* 3 0 3
MSTN134 Self-Care and Stress Management 2 0 2
MSTN145 Aromatherapy 2 0 2
CHWN105 Guided Meditation and Imagery* 2 0 2
CHWN110 Introduction to Homeopathy 2 0 2
CHWN115 Introduction to Herbology 3 0 3
CHWN120 Introduction to Reiki Healing 2 0 2
CHWN125 Yoga, Breath, and Movement 2 0 2
SCIN120 Nutrition 3 0 3
Total Credits 25
*Please check course descriptions for prerequisites.