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The Accounting major integrates a broad back ground in business administration with a thorough understanding of accounting concepts and theory and hands-on training in computerized accounting. The program prepares students for accounting, bookkeeping, and general administrative positions in private, public, not-for-profit, and governmental agencies

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All programs have a heavy emphasis on appropriate computer skills to maximize job placement. All degree students learn word processing, spreadsheets, database management, email, Internet, and contact/calendar/task management applications as part of the Microsoft Office Suite. This is the up-to-date technology used in business today. Computer labs are designed for each student to have their own computer, and there is open lab time for students requesting it.



Business - Accounting - Associate of Applied Science Degree
FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING - 4.0
Accounting Fundamentals begins the student's experiences with basic principles and expands their knowledge through the complete accounting cycle. A service business organized as a proprietorship and a merchandising partnership are studied. Additional topics may be introduced as time

PAYROLL ACCOUNTING - 4.0

Payroll Accounting provides a detailed study of the laws, forms, records, and procedures used in accounting for payroll. Both federal and state requirements are covered.

ADVANCED ACCOUNTING - 4.0
Advanced Accounting covers the division of the accounting system into component parts and introduces the five-journal system, notes, inventory, depreciation, uncollected accounts, and detailed financial statements.

CORPORATE ACCOUNTING - 4.0
Corporate Accounting covers the formation of a corporation, issuance of stock, payment of dividends, treatment of long-term bonds, financial reports including cash flows and comparative financial statement preparation. Partnership formation is also covered along with various transactions that affect partnerships.

FUND ACCOUNTING - 4.0
Students cover accounting for state, local, not-for-profit organizations, college and universities, hospitals, and other health care providers. Accounting for general, special revenue, capital projects, debt service, proprietary, and fiduciary funds are also covered along with financial statement preparation.

COST ACCOUNTING - 4.0

Cost Accounting covers departmentalized profit and cost centers, accounting for manufacturing activities, job order and process cost accounting, controlling manufacturing costs and cost-revenue analysis for decision making. In addition internal control and the voucher system are covered.

INTRO TO MICROCOMPUTER ACCOUNTING

This course introduces the student to computerized accounting systems. A variety of simulated businesses provide opportunities to practice different methods of data preparation and entry.

PEACHTREE APPliCATIONS - 3.0
Students learn to setup an accounting system, journalize various transactions, prepare financial reports, analyze business events, and interpret financial statements.

QUICKBOOKS APPliCATIONS - 3.0

Students learn how to set up an accounting system, journalize various transactions, prepare financial reports, analyze business events, and interpret financial statements.

About Pioneer Pacific
Pioneer Pacific is an eligible institution for participation in Title IV Federal Financial Aid programs. Qualifying students may receive grants and/or student loans to help them pay for educational expenses.

All programs have a heavy emphasis on appropriate computer skills to maximize job placement. All degree students learn word processing, spreadsheets, database management, email, Internet, and contact/calendar/task management applications as part of the Microsoft Office Suite. This is the up-to-date technology used in business today. Computer labs are designed for each student to have their own computer, and there is open lab time for students requesting it.

T2 ATM bandwidth assures high-speed Internet access from every computer, and a virtual e-library allows students library access 24/7 from any Internet connected computer in the world.

Programs are designed to be as compressed as educationally feasible. AAS degree programs can be completed in as few as 70 weeks. A small student body, less than 1000 students spread over three locations means small, friendly classes and a great deal of individual student attention.

Some programs provide externship opportunities that give students valuable practical experience in the "real world" prior to entering the job market.

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8800 SE Sunnyside Road
Clackamas, Oregon 97015 Eugene Branch Campus
1600 Millrace Drive, #207
Eugene, OR 974032996 Wilsonville Campus
27501 SW Parkway Avenue
Wilsonville, Oregon 97070

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Pioneer Pacific College is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools to award certificates, diplomas, and occupational associate's degrees. The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools is listed as a nationally recognized accrediting agency by the United States Department of Education. Its accreditation of degree granting institutions is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.
 






 

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