Prerequisite: Accounting The purpose of Advanced Accounting is to expand on topics learned in Accounting I, while adding new topics about management accounting, cost accounting, not-for-profit accounting, and financial analysis. The study of a second year of accounting assists students in qualifying for jobs and careers at higher levels than one year of study would allow. It is also excellent preparation for college business and accounting courses and business majors. Automated accounting will be used in this course. Software provided with the textbook will be used, and spreadsheet software will be used to make financial reporting and analysis more efficient. Students who completes both Accounting and Advanced Accounting has the opportunity to earn DMACC dual credit for ACT111 Introduction to Accounting as the combination of Accounting and Advanced Accounting corresponds to ACC111 in the DMACC course guide.