Computer Business Application

Objective

This program of study provides theoretical and practical training in business related computer software applications. Graduates will be qualified for entry level positions such as word processing and/or data entry operators working in a computerized business environment.

Program Description

This program will cover directory files, types of commands, the students will learn how to enter, delete and modify text, document coding, work flow organization, back-up procedures, data definitions and record manipulation, learning mathematics concepts, reporting cash and its control, inventory, payroll, use of a macro, spreadsheet analysis and graphics.

Entrance Requirements or Prerequisites

The student must have a High School Diploma or its recognized equivalent (GED). Students who do not have a High School Diploma, or who have not passed the General Education Development (GED) Test, but are beyond the compulsory age of education in the State of Florida, and who have demonstrate that they posses Ability to Benefit (ATB) from the training offered must pass the ABT exam with a minimun score of 15/50 for the Scholastic Level IV entrance exam.

Program Outline  
SUBJECTCOURSE TITLECR/HLCLBCO/HR
CP 900Operating Systems I2303060
CP 950Operating Systems II2303060
CP 200Word Processing I2303060
CP 300Word Processing II2303060
CP 420Data Base I2303060
CP 440Data Base II2303060
CP 500Business Mathematics26060
CP 600Accounting I26060
CP 650Accounting II26060
CP 720Electronic Spreadsheet I2303060
CP 740Electronic Spreadsheet II2303060
CP 750PowerPoint2303060
CP 820Accounting w/ Computer Appl I2303060
CP 840Accounting w/ Computer Appl II2303060
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Program Fees  

Tuition

$7,275.00

Registration Fee

$150.00

Total Tuition & Registration Fee

$7,425.00

* Books and supplies are purchased by the student at a value of $336.00

Course Description  

CP 900 OPERATING SYSTEMS I

Introduction to fundamentals in operating systems the topics covered include; operation of microcomputer hardware and peripherals, operating system commands, introduction to Windows 10, describe the general features of Windows 10, manipulating windows, customizing the desktop, changing display properties, introduction to My Computer, Understanding File Management Concepts, Working with disks, Using the Accessory Application (Notepad, Calculator, Paint.). Working with Folder and Sub-folder.

CP 950 OPERATING SYSTEMS II

This course introduces the student the general nature of computers and their uses, Brief history about the advantages of Operating systems, establish comparison between Windows 10. The topics covered include: Windows Explorer, Using Shortcuts, the Control Panel and their uses, Customizing Additional Windows Features, Optimize Computer Performance, work with music and videos, Internet Explorer.

CP 200 WORD PROCESSING I

An introductory course designed to enable the students to learn how to enter, edit, modify text easily and quickly using Word Processing software.

CP 300 WORD PROCESSING II

A skills-oriented course which teaches students document coding, work flow organization, back-up procedures, document saving and retrieving, bold printing, centering, directory organization, pagination, editing, global search, wrap around, justification, columns, tables, outlines, fonts, merging format, spelling and grammar correction, and control.

CP 420 DATA BASE I

The fundamentals of database, types of database, data definition and record manipulation, deletion, copy, addition and modification of records, files, query, screen format, indexing, sorting, and report generators are covered.

CP 440 DATA BASE II

Create and design Query. Student will learn how to define formulas in forms, reports and query, create command buttons, and design switchboard programming in visual basic.

CP 500 BUSINESS MATHEMATICS

The objective of Business Mathematics is to assist the student in reaching a level of increased competency in mathematics. Expanded understanding of application of mathematical concepts in business activities is another important goal. Emphasis is placed upon learning mathematical concepts through practical applications in common business problems.

CP 600 ACCOUNTING I

The students learn accounting fundamentals, procedures, summarizing, and reporting cash and its control, inventory, payroll, receivables, payables, notes, assets, income statement and financial reports.

CP 650 ACCOUNTING II

This course is designed to provide the students with a real world perspective that links accounting functions with the activities of business. This course focuses on how accounting is linked to central business activities: Cash journal introduction, Worksheet procedures for service business, subsidiary account as accounts payable reconciliation, return of merchandise, closing entries, and cash and sales discount. Major topics include financing activities, investing activities, leases, income taxes, interim reporting, and earnings per share, accounting changes and error correction.
Accounting II provides a thoroughly engaging and comprehensive learning experience that helps develop essential understanding, critical thinking, and analytical skills.

CP 720 ELECTRONIC SPREADSHEET I

Upon successful completion of this course, student will learn general concepts of designing and creating a worksheet, use of command and functions, viewing and editing Data, save and print workbooks and define formulas.

CP 720 ELECTRONIC SPREADSHEET II

Emphasis for this course will be placed mainly on the basic applications of the spreadsheet software. This will include such concepts as the use of spreadsheet analysis, database management, file manipulation, and the use of graphics.

CP 750 POWERPOINT

Upon successful completion of this course, student will enhance presentation by using features that will transform it into a powerful means of communication. Student will customize the PowerPoint interface to suit his/her requirements and use features to create dynamic and visually appealing presentations. You will then finalize a presentation and secure it to authenticate its validity. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: customize the PowerPoint environment, customize a design template, add Smart Art graphics to a presentation, add special effects to a presentation, customize a slide show, collaborate on a presentation and secure and distribute a presentation.

CP ACCOUNTING WITH COMPUTER APPLICATION I

This course is an introduction to Quickbooks. Its main objectives are to introduce you to the basic features in QuickBooks and give you an opportunity for hands-on practice. Student will learn about the types of information he/she needs to track business or on the job, see how to enter information and track it into QuickBooks. Up to complete this course, student will have a good idea of all Quickbooks offers, familiar with the most common tasks, and knowledge about where to find information about more advanced features.

CP ACCOUNTING WITH COMPUTER APPLICATION II

Student will learn more advanced features, including setting up and managing payroll, inventory, estimates and job costing, sales and payroll taxes, budgeting, and printing reports. At the end of the session the attendee will be able to: Write QuickBooks checks and assign amounts to specific expense accounts, Work with assets and liability accounts, Enter bills into account payable, Pay bills, Create custom graphs and reports, save reports in pdf format, export files, set up inventory and build finished goods, stark and pay sales tax, create estimates and do progress invoicing.

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