This course is designed to help students acquire a more thorough, in-depth knowledge of accounting procedures and techniques utilized in solving business problems and making financial decisions. Students will develop skills in analyzing and interpreting information common to partnerships and corporations, preparing formal statements and supporting schedules, and using inventory and budgetary control systems. Students will also practice computerized accounting with excel and accounting software packages. This class may be taken for high school credit only, or students who enroll in the course for college credit may receive high school and college credit. College credit is from MSU for ACCT 109 and ACC 121. If taken for dual credit, the student will earn two college credits from MSU: ACC 109-one credit and ACC 121-one credit. Students, whether or not taking this class for dual credit, may be responsible for purchase of textbook. (One-credit, one-year practical art for grades 11-12.) Prerequisite for high school credit: Accounting I (recommended C or better). Prerequisite for college credit: Accounting I (recommended C or better) (1) Meet admission requirements for MSU, ACT 21 or sliding scale, (2) Payment of MSU tuition for two credit hours, (3) Students in 11th and 12th grade must have an overall GPA of 3.0, or 11th and 12th grade students with overall GPA of 2.5-2.99 must provide signed letter of recommendation from principal OR school counselor AND parent or legal guardian. 


    Students taking dual credit classes are encouraged to contact the college they plan to attend to check for credit transferability.  Some credits will be transcribed as elective credit if it is not required for a particular major or general studies requirement.  Contact the college/university website to locate a transfer equivalency chart.

    Click here for links to the transfer equivalency guides and general education requirements for the top five post-secondary schools that CJHS students attend (Crowder, Missouri Southern State University, Pittsburg State University, Missouri State University, University of Arkansas).