Law Shelf’s Basics of Accounting course has received an upgrade! They were previously NCCRS evaluated for 2 college credits and now are 3! That’s great news for many of you, and if you haven’t tried a Law Shelf course yet, you should know that they are free for high school credit! You only pay if you want college credit, and if you do, we have a BOGO coupon for you!
If your teen is curious about Accounting but a complete beginner, I highly recommend this course from Law Shelf. This video-course covers the basics of financial accounting. While this course requires some understanding of mathematical principles, it is an introductory level course in that no prior background or experience in accounting is required. This course is free for high school credit, and only $60 for college credit- BUT, they gave us a BOGO coupon, so you can get 2 courses for $60 (6 college credits) making this a steal at only $10 per college credit.
Law Shelf is evaluated for college credit by NCCRS. In general, NCCRS is not as well accepted as other forms of college credit, but with the HS4CC discount, your teen can log 3 potential college credits for very low cos, and it’s credit that they’ll be able to hold for 20 years. If your teen does end up at a college that accepts NCCRS credit, that’s frosting on the cake.
HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT: 0.5 credits
COLLEGE CREDIT: 3.0 credits (NCCRS)
Lower Level in categories: Business or Business Management
Use code HS4CC at checkout to use your BOGO coupon and get your second course free. The BOGO coupon can be used on 5 and 10 course bundles too!
ACC-101: Basics of Accounting, 3 credits
Accounting Basics – Module 1 of 6
The Accounting Process, Part One – Module 2 of 6
The Accounting Process, Part Two – Module 3 of 6
The Accounting Process, Part Three – Module 4 of 6
The Preparation of Financial Statements – Module 5 of 6
Quantitative Tools in Accounting – Module 6 of 6
Accounting Case Study: Amazon.com
Revenue Recognition Case Study: Spartan Race
Take final exam – $60 –> Use code HS4CC