Business Division
Upon successful completion of the Bookkeeping Certificate program, the student demonstrates the skills, knowledge, and training for entry-level positions in bookkeeping and payroll or accounts payable/receivable; preparation to complete up-to-date and accurate records of expenses, records and financial files, reconcile business bank statements, track and maintain records of employee wage and tax expenses; preparing business requisitions, posting accounts receivable and payable; preparing bank deposits; maintain inventory records; computing account and expense totals; and finding and correcting errors in financial records.

Total Units Required 23-25.5
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units
BUS 10A Bookkeeping 3
BUS 82A,B Business Mathematics 3,3
BIM 32A,B Beginning, Intermediate Office Calculation 2
ELECTIVES See Group I or Group II below 2-3

Second Semester
BUS 10B Bookkeeping 3

BUS 70 Payroll Accounting 2
BUS 72 Quick Books 1.5

BIM 32C Advanced Office Calculation 1
ELECTIVES See Group I or II below 6

Group I (Electives)
(minimum of 5 units from the following)
C S/BUS 14 Microcomputers and Small Business Systems 3
C S 20 Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access 3

C S 45 Microsoft Windows 1
BUS 13 Accounting on the Microcomputer 2
BIM 1A Beginning Keyboarding 1.5

Group II (Electives)
(minimum of 3 units from the following)
BUS 18A Business Law 3
BUS 20 Introduction to Business 3
BUS 11 Income Tax Procedures 3
BUS 67 Introduction to Personal Finance 3

Carpentry Technology
Applied Science & Technology Division
Upon successful completion of the Carpentry Technology Certificate Program, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for employment in the construction field: a framer, estimator, construction supernatant, roofer, drywall installer, siding installer, and setting concrete forms. The students demonstrates his or her ability to lay out a foundation, set forms, layout walls, frame walls, install trusses, install siding, install roofing, install drywall, do finish work, draw a set of working drawings for a home, and estimate the material for the home. The student demonstrates skills in taking the test for a contractor's license.

Total Units Required 47-49
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units
CONST 72A Beginning Residential Carpentry 10
ARCH 1 Basic Architectural Drafting 3

Second Semester
CONST 72B Intermediate Residential Carpentry 10

INDUS 94 Industrial Mathematics 3
MATH 80 Elementary Algebra 4

Third Semester
CONST 72C Advanced Residential Carpentry 10
CONST 78 Uniform Building Code 2

Fourth Semester
INDUS 20 Industrial Safety and Health 3
CONST 54 Estimating and Specifications 3
ELECTIVE See Group I Below 3-4

Group I (Electives)
(minimum of 3 units from the following)
ARCH 12 Computer Aided Drafting 3
BUS 18A Business Law 3
BUS 60 Small Business Management 3
CONST 71B Beginning Mill Cabinet 4
CONST 89 Methods and Planning 3