The Mid-Plains Community College Associate of Applied Science in Business with an emphasis in Accounting program prepares students for various entry-level positions in the field of accounting.
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PBL members bring home awards from nationals
North Platte Community College was well-represented at the 2016 Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Ga. June 24-27.
Students Kandace Ward and Karli Flanders, both of North Platte, and Anna Watts, of Ogallala, competed in four leadership events.
MPCC instructors bring home BEST awards
Eight business instructors from Mid-Plains Community College have been honored with Belong, Excel, Study and Travel awards by the Nebraska Department of Education.
MPCC instructors recognized at international conference
Tyler Esch, Jack Ramos-Needham and Ann Reichle were honored at the annual International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence, May 29, in Austin, Texas.
The three instructors from Mid-Plains Community College were named Excellence in Teaching recipients by the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD).
Upon successful completion of this program, the student should be able to perform all steps in the accounting cycle for business entities, compute and record those amounts arising from representative transactions unique to partnerships or corporations, analyze financial statements, recognize potential problem areas, and suggest appropriate actions to alleviate or eliminate problems, prepare a federal income tax return and other tax forms for individuals including the person who is operating the business a a single proprietorship, record representative cost accounting transactions and subsequently reflect the effect of these transactions in appropriate financial statements, financial forecasts based on information from both internal and external sources, prepare cash budgets, prepare production budgets and subsequent variance reports, demonstrate efficient utilization of appropriate accounting software, and apply basic economic principles in the business decision-making process.
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