Accounting & Taxation
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Department of Business Studies
Penn 401 • Phone (215) 968-8227
Curriculum Code No. 3176
Students who successfully complete the Accounting & Taxation Certificate Program will have highly developed accounting competencies and an understanding of tax accounting. Students in this program will be qualified to work as full-charge bookkeepers, accounting clerks, auditing clerks, junior accountants and in other positions in which a strong background in accounting is required.
Graduates of this program are able to
- complete the accounting cycle;
- prepare GAAP based financial statements;
- use software to perform accounting functions and analyze financial statements;
- prepare audit working papers; and
- research and analyze tax problems and prepare tax returns.
|ACCT105||Financial Accounting B||4|
|ACCT106||Managerial Accounting B||4|
|ACCT130||Accounting Applications for the Computer B||3|
|ACCT240||Federal and States Taxes I B||3|
|ACCT241||Federal and State Taxes II B||3|
|ACCT200||Intermediate Accounting I B||3|
|ACCT201||Intermediate Accounting II B||3|
|OADM110||Business Communication A,B||3|
|MGMT120||Business Mathematics A,B||3|
Recommended Semester Sequence
|OADM110||Business Communication A,B|
|ACCT105||Financial Accounting B|
|MGMT120||Business Mathematics A,B|
|ACCT106||Managerial Accounting B|
|ACCT130||Accounting Applications for the Commuter B|
|ACCT200||Intermediate Accounting I B|
|ACCT240||Federal and State Taxes I B|
|ACCT201||Intermediate Accounting II B|
|ACCT241||Federal and State Taxes II B|
A Placement testing required
B Course requires prerequisite.