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					Welcome to our wonderful world of
          Accounting
       Accounting Programs
 CPA Starter Program – Certificate of Accountancy
 Associate of Applied Science Degree in Accounting
 Computerized Accounting Certificate
 Bookkeeping Certificate in Accounting
 Tax Preparation Certificate
 Advanced Tax Preparation Certificate
 Accounting Achievement Certificate
 College AB Transfer Program
Accounting Faculty
   Ron Woods, Coordinator
   Pat Bouker
   Baokai Chen
   David Chu
   Bob Ernst
   Keith Foe
   Jane Goforth
   Larry Hopt
   Lauren Psomostithis
   Sally Rees
   Joe Smith
   Huian Tian
   Ilsabe Urban
       Course Delivery Options
 Daytime Onsite – Daily classes


 Evening Onsite – Twice a week classes


 Hybrid Course – Part Onsite and Part Distance Learning


 Distance Learning – Most accounting programs are offered
  fully online
Spring Quarter Accounting Classes
   ACCT 110 Introduction to Accounting/Bookkeeping I
   ACCT 120 Introduction to Accounting/Bookkeeping II
   ACCT 131 QuickBooks
   ACCT&201 Principles of Accounting I
   ACCT&202 Principles of Accounting II
   ACCT&203 Principles of Accounting III
   ACCT 215 Accounting for Small Business
   ACCT 251 Intermediate Accounting I
   ACCT 252 Intermediate Accounting II
    ACCT 253 Intermediate Accounting III
   ACCT 255 Individual Income Tax
    ACCT 256 Taxation of Corporations
   ACCT 257 Business Tax Accounting
   ACCT 259 Practical Income Tax II
   ACCT 260 Peachtree
   ACCT 261 Accounting Information Systems
   ACCT 265 Accounting for Not-for-Profit and Government Entities
   ACCT 275 Auditing
Popular accounting software programs such as
 QuickBooks and Peachtree are available for
                student use
Well Qualified Tutors Provide
   Individual Assistance
   Monday through Friday
 Available on a drop in basis
        Entirely free
         1:00 – 5PM
           IB 3313
           Private Industry
        Financial Institutions
      Educational Institutions
        Tax Preparation Firms
              CPA Firms
   Not-for-Profit Organizations
      Religious Organizations
Federal, State, and Local Government
     McGladrey & Pullen, CPA’s
    Dewar Meeks + Ekrem, CPA’s
     Benson McLaughlin, CPA’s
          Ken Duncan, CPA
            Accountemps
        America One Finance
      Internal Revenue Service
    Cascadia Community College
           CPA Seattle, PS
      Foster and Co., PS, CPA’s
Greenwood, Ohlund & Company, CPA’s
       Holland America Line
  North Seattle Community College
        Olympic Mechanical
           Pharmax, LLC
        American Red Cross
            Aptimus, Inc.
       Bayley Davis Associates
           Directors, Ltd.
Nancy currently works for an international CPA firm.
Four year degree in any discipline

A total of 150 semester (225 quarter) college credits

36 quarter credits in accounting including 22.5 credits of upper level
accounting courses

36 quarter credits in other business courses. (Additional accounting courses
over and above the 36 required quarter credits count as other business courses.)

See Washington State Board of Accountancy Web Site at www.cpaboard.wa.gov
Accounting firms
Not-for-Profit Organizations
Private Employers
Tax Preparation Firms
   Accounting instructors work closely with the North
 Seattle Community College Student Advising Services
 to assure that new and current students get up-to-date
information needed to help them make good decisions.
      Financial Aid Resources
 Federal, State, and Institutional Financial Aid
 Scholarships
 International Student Programs
 Veterans’ Assistance
 Workforce Education Tuition Assistance
 Carl Perkins Grants
 Emergency Assistance
  •Accountants and auditors are expected to experience much faster than average
                       employment growth from 2008-18

        •Job opportunities should be favorable; accountants and auditors who have a
           professional certification, especially CPAs, should have the best prospects

•Employment change. Employment of accountants and auditors is expected to grow
                   by 22 percent between 2008 and 2018,
             which is much faster than the average for all occupations

         •This occupation will have a very large number of new jobs arise,
                    about 279,400 over the projections decade.
ACCT 267 Not-for-Profit Financial Management
ACCT 268 Computerized Accounting Simulations
ACCT 269 Not-for-Profit Practices and Procedures
ACCT 254 Advanced Accounting

Accounting Not-for-Profit Certificate
                  Got Questions?
Please contact:

 Ron Woods at rwoods@sccd.ctc.edu

 or Joe Smith at jcsmith@sccd.ctc.edu

 Lauren Psomostithis at lpsomostithis@sccd.ctc.edu

 or Pat Bouker at pbouker@sccd.ctc.edu

				
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