Interested in accounting or business management? Thinking of taking a class, or getting a degree in a the field of management? Check out WMCC's Accounting or Business Administration programs!
From the WMCC Accounting program page:
An Associate Degree in Accounting provides students with the
necessary skills to enter the business field and increase their earnings
potential by a half a million dollars over a 40 year working life*. Our
accounting program will prepare you for taking on small to medium
business accounting records from daily entries through financial
statements to tax returns and managerial analysis.
Graduates of the program will be proficient in Windows XP,
Quickbooks, Tax Cut software, Microsoft Office including Word, Excel and
PowerPoint, as well as packaged accounting software.
Upon graduation, students are prepared to enter the accounting
profession in positions that may include the following: accountant,
accounts payable and accounts receivable administrator, administrative
assistant, auditor, office manager, or tax preparer. Several graduates
have also chosen to use their accounting knowledge to begin their own
business. We work with Plymouth State, Lyndon State and locally with
Granite State College for students who wish to transfer credits after
two years to a four-year college.
And from the Business Administration page:
The Business Administration program at White Mountains Community
College is meeting the challenge of today's dynamic business and
economic environment. We recognize that global outsourcing is hollowing
out the structure of many medium to large businesses. Many of the
routine, well codified back office skill sets will see a decline in
demand in the coming years as those jobs are outsourced to other
nations. Our program will not only give its graduates academic skills,
but will also provide them experience in using imagination to think
creatively and strategically.
Our Business Administration program integrates the use of the most
current information technology tools. All courses require the use of
computer applications, including Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint, and
the use of electronic collaboration.
Graduates of the program are qualified for a broad selection of jobs
in the front office. They will also have the tools necessary to plan and
start their own business. Finally, if they wish to continue their
higher education, they will have the credentials to transfer into the
third year of a four-year business.
For either program, contact Jack Verani at 603-342-3026 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org