Accounting 12 will prepare students to work in businesses or operate their own enterprise. Since the World Wide Web is an incredible resource for
gathering information on business topics, students will use the Internet for some tasks. Accounting 12 is sequential to and builds on
Accounting 11. The learning outcomes are derived from the provincial curriculum.
Because the accounting software required for this course is no longer available for Macintosh, this course is offered on the Windows 95 (or higher) platform only.
Using Simply Accounting Version 7.0 for Windows Workbook
Software: Simply Accounting 7.0 CD
Module 1: Accounting for a Service Business
Section 1: Using the General Journal (no Section Assignment)
Section 2: Using the Purchases and Cash Payments Journals Manually
Section 3: Using Simply Accounting’s Purchases and Cash Payments Journals
Section 4: Using the Sales and Cash Receipts Journals Manually
Section 5: Using Simply Accounting’s Sales and Cash Receipts Journal
Module 1 Test covers the work of Module 1.
Module 2: Accounting for a Merchandising Business and Payroll
Section 1: Accounting for a Merchandising Business
Section 2: Manual Payroll Accounting
Section 3: Computerized Payroll Accounting Procedures
Section 4: Maintaining Inventory Records
Module 2 Test covers the work of Module 2.
Module 3: Project Allocation, Budgeting, and Cash Control
Section 1: Project Allocation
Section 2: Budgeting
Section 3: Manual Cash Control Procedures
Section 4: Account Reconciliation using Simply Accounting
Module 3 Test covers the work of Module 3.
Module 4: Researching Accounting Careers and Designing Accounting Systems
Section 1: Career Research
Section 2: Planning and Designing a General Ledger Accounting System
Section 3: Planning and Designing a Three-Ledger Accounting System
Section 4: Planning and Designing a Three-Ledger, Payroll, Inventory, and Project
Module 4 Test covers the work of Module 4.
In Module Tests 1, 2 and 3 students are instructed to do accounting entries using the forms that are provided.
Therefore, the work is done manually. Once completed, the forms are submitted for marking. Students need a workbook and a blank CD for Module 4 Test only. Blank CDs are provided by the school. Students save their Simply Accounting files on this CD and, once the test is completed, return it for grading. Testing site needs a computer.
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