Business Communications
Catherine Stillman

Business Communications

This course will prepare you for the communication requirements of a professional business environment. Learn to write effective memos. letters and reports to both internal and external audiences.  Learn to organize and prioritize your messages (email, text and written). Learn to edit both written and spoken information for content, tone, and polish.   Presentation techniques, time management skills and meeting management will be discussed and practiced.

Business Math
Catherine Stillman

Business Math

The purpose of this course is to provide the mathematical skills and knowledge to students who are either entering or are already in the business profession.

The mathematical concepts are presented in a straightforward, easy to understand way, but a knowledge of arithmetic (fractions, decimals, and percents) and a knowledge of pre-algebra (formulas, exponents and order of operation) are necessary.  This course will provide a brief review of the above topics before proceeding to further topics.

Payroll Accounting
Catherine Stillman

Payroll Accounting

Payroll Accounting, 7th Edition: A Practical, Real-World Approach provides an innovative, hands-on approach with a unique blend of theory and practical examples and exercises, enabling learners to get a thorough understanding of why, how, and when the most widely used payroll accounting functions are performed.   Topics covered include processing new employees, calculating employee pay, federal and state income tax withholding, voluntary deductions, unemployment taxes, payroll reporting, and more.

ACCOUNTING 1
Catherine Stillman

ACCOUNTING 1

Accounting for a service business organized a sole proprietorship: changes that affect the accounting equation; analyzing transactions into debit and credit parts; recording transactions into a general journal; posting to a general ledger; cash control systems; financial statements; end of month work sheet and adjusting and closing entries.

ACCOUNTING 2
Catherine Stillman

ACCOUNTING 2

Accounting 2 is for a Merchandising Business Organized as a Corporation.  Studies include Purchases and Cash Payments, Sales and Cash Receipts, Payroll, Payroll Records and Payroll Taxes, Uncollectible Accounts, Financial Statements and Financial Statement Analysis, Acquiring Capital, Accounting for Plant Assets and Depreciation, Corporation End-Of-Fiscal-Period Work.  Fianllay Accounting for Partnerships and Discussion of International and Internet Sales.