Accounting Assistant Diploma Program Student Learning Outcomes

    • Prepare business emails, letters and memos using fundamental principles of grammar, punctuation, and written communication skills so that the message is clearly transmitted and demonstrates critical thinking.
    • Apply basic math skills in the computation of the numerical aspects of business situations and use basic business statistics in decision-making.
    • Analyze and record accounting transactions in both manual and computerized environment.
    • Operate Microsoft Word, Access, Excel and PowerPoint as software tools to be used in a business setting.
    • Produce an effective team project which links high-performance team concepts.
    • Use their resume, letters of application, interviewing techniques and other job strategies to seek employment and complete a two week practicum placement.
    • Demonstrate a basic understanding of the main themes and ideas of microeconomic theory.
    • Analyze diverse business situations using an assortment of strategic management and business analysis techniques.
    • Recognize the effect upon business relationships of legal principles.
    • Students who achieve a minimum grade of B in the following courses will receive credit from the School of Business: BTEC 252 may substitute for BADM 106, BTEC 117 and 217 may substitute for BFIN 141, BTEC 125 and 126 may substitute for BCPT 123 and a business computing elective upon completion of the Accounting Assistant program, BTEC 211 may substitute for CMNS 220