Program provides students the foundational knowledge to pursue accounting education with a specialization in payroll accounting. The curriculum includes basic accounting, reporting procedures and concepts covering federal and state legal requirements. Industry employment opportunities exist in all sectors including public and private organizations. Payroll personnel normally report to a payroll and benefits supervisor or certified public accountant. Duties include time and record keeping, calculation of pay and benefits, journal entries and bill paying to federal and state agencies.
1. To educate students with content knowledge to construct payroll journals, employee subsidiary ledgers, and payroll tax returns to satisfy Federal and California requirements.
2. To educate students with content knowledge to record payroll transactions and solve payroll issues using computerized accounting software and electronic business spreadsheets.
Educate students with a marketable skill set in the payroll accounting field. Students will be able to complete this program in two semester and attain gainful employment in the payroll accounting field, or start there own payroll accounting business.
Students will be required to take classes covering intro to business, intro to accounting I, intro to accounting II & intro to payroll accounting
(Y1 or S1)
|ACCTG 001||Intro. to Accounting I||5||S1|
|ACCTG 002||Intro. to Accounting I||5||S2|
|ACCTG 017||Payroll Accounting||2||S2|
|BUS 001||Into. to Business||3||S1|