FIN 100:
Finance I

FIN 100: Finance I

Course Description:

This introductory course will focus on accounting for a service business organized as a proprietorship. Topics covered include: starting a proprietorship, changes that affect the accounting equation; analyzing transactions into debit and credit parts; journalizing transactions; posting to a general ledger; cash control systems; worksheets for a service business; financial statements for a proprietorship; and recording adjusting and closing entries for a service business. Multiple technologies will be used. This course will help you with your personal finances and is highly recommended if you plan on pursuing a career in business after high school. You will have the opportunity to showcase your accomplishments by participating in BPA (Business Professionals of America) Competitions.

  • Articulated credit for Davenport University

  • Articulated credit for KCC

  • One year of Accounting satisfies your fourth year Math credit for the Michigan Merit Curriculum when taken during your senior year!

Length: 1 Semester

Credits: 1/2

Prerequisite(s): Good Work Ethic

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