Curriculum Guideline

Applied Bookkeeping

Effective Date:
Program Code
CTOADAB
Discontinued
Yes
Program
Faculty
Commerce & Business Administration
Department
Office Administration
Credential Type
Certificate
Transcript Title
Off Admin-Applied Bookkeeping
Date of First Offering
Start Term
200810
End Term
201410
Credential
Certificate in Office Administration - Applied Bookkeeping
Length of Program
Two semesters
Credits
30.00
Admissions Requirements
  1. General Admission Requirements (excluding Language Proficiency Requirement)
  2. Strong English skills are required. Students who are weak in English skills should consider upgrading through the Developmental Studies or English as a Second Language Program.
  3. English 11 with a grade of "C" or better or the following equivalents:
    • EN 12 "P"
    • EN LIT 12 "P"
    • TPC 12 "P"
    • COMM 12 "C+"

    For more information on minimum Language Competency Standard, please visit the Admissions Section of the calendar.

  4. Keyboarding speeds: Full-time students require 25 net words per minute. Part-time students do not require a specific keyboarding speed for entry; however, students must provide proof of keyboarding speed before registration in any course which has a keyboarding prerequisite. Students with no previous keyboarding experience may take beginning keyboarding (OADM 1103) during their first semester at the College.

Note: An aptitude for mathematics and detail orientation are required. One course in this program has a prerequisite of any Math 11 course.

Curriculum Framework

Semester I

OADM 1222

Spreadsheets and Business Calculations

3

OADM 1238

Accounting Procedures I

3

OADM 1240

Business Communications and Procedures

3

OADM 1245

Employability Skills for Office Personnel

3

OADM 1256

Microcomputer Applications I

 3



15


Semester II

OADM 1239

Computer Bookkeeping I

3

OADM 1338

Accounting Procedures II

3

OADM 1339

Computer Bookkeeping II

3

OADM 1347

Payroll

3

OADM 1400

Job Search*

  2



14

*Job Search should only be taken during your final semester in the program.


Semester III

OADM 1401

Office Practicum

  1

Total credits


30