Graduates of our Online Bookkeeping Classes will have the theoretical instruction and practical administrative skills to prepare them for entry-level bookkeeping positions.
At U.S. Career Institute, our dedicated team of course experts, instructors and instructor assistants are committed to developing and delivering high-quality curriculum. Our qualified Bookkeeping instructor Judith Kaufman, not only possesses extensive qualifications but has also actively worked in the field. This firsthand experience allows her to provide invaluable support to ensure the success of our aspiring Bookkeeping students.
In our Bookkeeping Online Classes you’ll learn the fundamental knowledge and skills to begin your career as a bookkeeper. Our comprehensive program curriculum includes bookkeeping concepts, completing the accounting cycle, banking, payroll, daily bookkeeping tasks, and much more! Review our bookkeeping class curriculum below!
Students learn about the importance of bookkeeping in today’s businesses. Key bookkeeping terms are defined, and students learn how to use accounting equations. This instruction pack covers the types of accounts businesses use, as well as how to interpret balance sheets and operating statements. Additionally, students learn how to follow a transaction through the entire accounting cycle, including recording transactions in journals, posting transactions to ledger accounts and identifying debits and credits. Students practice arriving at a trial balance and identifying common bookkeeping errors.
Students practice the detailed procedures of accounts payable and accounts receivable methods. They prepare a worksheet to summarize the entire accounting cycle and as a preparatory step to preparing financial statements. Additionally, students learn how to figure depreciation and sales tax, and perform accounting functions for merchandising businesses. Finally, this instruction pack teaches students to post to specialized journals and complete the accounting cycle by preparing a balance sheet and operating statement.
Students learn how to close the financial books for a set period of time, handle checking accounts, interest, promissory notes and petty cash transactions, as well as reconcile bank statements. Students write payroll checks, figure payroll deductions and maintain employer’s payroll records. Finally, the students learn about computerized bookkeeping, including the importance of spreadsheets in the bookkeeping profession.
Students learn how to apply daily bookkeeping procedures for businesses. Next, they learn the differences among partnerships, corporations and non-profit organizations, and how each type of business sets up the books. Finally, students demonstrate the skills they’ve acquired by performing a bookkeeping simulation project for a sole-proprietorship.