Service Learning Courses in Accounting


ACC 101 - Accounting Principles I | Course Descriptions | Monroe Community College

ACC 101 - Accounting Principles I

Basic principles of financial accounting for the business enterprise with emphasis on the valuation of business assets, measurement of net income, and double-entry techniques for recording transactions. Introduction to the cycle of accounting work, preparation of financial statements, and adjusting and closing procedures. Four class hours.

4 Credits

Prerequisite: MTH 098 or MTH 130 or with a grade of C or better or MCC Level 6 Mathematics placement or equivalent.

Course Offered Fall and Spring

Service Project ACC 101-CC1, 101-008, 101-009

Students in this course may gain extra credit by working with the CASH- Creating Assets Savings and Hope program. Students may opt to be a tax preparer, tax advisors or front desk managers. Students who choose this option will receive full training in the preparation of taxes, and will work weekly at a preparation site in the city of Rochester. (20 Hours- Option)


ACC 204 - Tax Procedures | Course Descriptions | Monroe Community College
ACC 204 - Tax Procedures

A study of federal, state, and local tax law and procedures for corporations, partnerships, and individuals. Scheduled to be offered in the Fall Semester during the evening and the Spring Semester during the day. Three class hours.

3 Credits

Prerequisite: ACC 101 with a minimum grade of C or higher, or the sequence ACC 110 and ACC 111 with an average grade of at least C.

Course Offered Fall and Spring

Service Project ACC 204-001

Students in this course may gain extra credit by working with the CASH- Creating Assets Savings and Hope program. Students may opt to be a tax preparer, tax advisors or front desk managers. Students who choose this option will receive full training in the preparation of taxes, and will work weekly at a preparation site in the city of Rochester. (20 Hours- Option)

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