Dual-Credit: Business & Management Accounting

Roy Wrinkle, Teacher

Mr. Wrinkle worked in the private sector sectors for five years after graduating from college with a degree in business. In the private sector, he worked in businesses from food production to retail sales and from a Stock and Inventory Controller to a Claims Adjuster. This experience was invaluable in helping him understand what training and skills students need to help them enter the world of work. In teaching business, Mr. Wrinkle teaches classes that will help students get a job, understand the role and goals of a business, and the soft skills needed in today's business world. Having a solid understanding of business skills will also help students move up faster in their chosen career. Mr. Wrinkle is licensed to teach business and social studies in grades K-12.

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Accounting courses introduce and expand upon the fundamental accounting principles and procedures used in businesses.  Course content typically includes the full accounting cycle, payroll, taxes, debts, depreciation, ledger, and journal techniques, and periodic adjustments.  Students may learn how to apply standard auditing principles and to prepare budgets and final reports.  Calculators, electronic spreadsheets, or other automated tools are usually used.  Advanced topics may include elementary principles of partnership and corporate accounting and the managerial uses of control systems and the accounting process.