CASPER, Wyo — Casper College will begin offering a degree or certificate in bookkeeping. Those looking to improve their skills, start a new career, or have recently graduated from high school and are looking for a solid major are encouraged to apply.
“Completing your education in accounting or bookkeeping boosts your opportunity to work in many roles across every business,” said Mark Oxley, accounting and business instructor at Casper College. According to Oxley, both the certificate and degree are for those “… wanting to start or extend their career in bookkeeping.”
From the Casper College release:
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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, as of May 2019, bookkeepers in Wyoming earn $11.24 to $27.84 an hour and $23,390 to $57,900 annually.Casper College
Oxley noted that both the certificate and degree in bookkeeping could be taken exclusively online or in conjunction with lecture classes. Class topics include accounting principles, QuickBooks, payroll accounting and spreadsheet applications.
The degree goes further in-depth to cover business law, intermediate accounting, management, marketing, and other areas.
For more information or to register, contact Oxley at 307-268-2414 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Rachel Wright, academic assistant at 307-268-2494 or email@example.com. Fall semester begins at Casper College Monday, Aug. 24.