Award Types: 1-Year Diploma
Total Credit Required to Graduate: 30 (Diploma)

Serve in a fulfilling, professional office role as a Bookkeeper in just 9 months! Caring, personable faculty with real-world expertise will give you the tools to join this booming and rewarding career field. Through immersive hands-on instruction you’ll learn how to help companies manage their finances and make informed decisions. You’ll learn how to:

  • record business transactions
  • bill customers
  • pay vendors
  • track cash through reconciliations
  • assist with payroll
  • strong computer skills for maintenance of spreadsheets/accounting Microsoft software programs such as Excel and Quickbooks
  • present data clearly
  • communicate effectively with customers and co-workers
  • provide analysis assistance to make decisions that positively affect the company’s profits
Need Flexibility?

Choose to complete your diploma through our online program or traditional classroom style with Fridays off. 

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Award Types: 1-Year Diploma
Total Credit Required to Graduate: 30 (Diploma)


Georgina D. Cavin, MBA
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Georgina has 15+ years of professional experience that includes general ledger accounting, payroll and benefits accounting, financial statement preparation, financial statement analysis, bank auditing, internal auditing, external auditing, in addition to teaching in post-secondary education.  

Georgina earned her MBA from the University of Sioux Falls and her Bachelor’s in Accounting from National American University. She holds a post-secondary credential from the South Dakota Board of Education. Georgina teaches Principles of Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, Financial Management, Managerial Accounting, Individual Income Tax, Payroll Accounting, and Computerized Accounting in addition to various other business courses. Her teaching deliveries include traditional classroom format, hybrid format and online format.

Georgina’s teaching philosophy inspires her to serve as a guide to students. As students enter their educational journey, she feels it is her responsibility to develop a challenging, engaging, and relevant learning environment to promote their success. At the end of their journey, her students should have gained an appropriate level of competency in the subject matter along with the critical thinking and
problem-solving skills necessary to have the confidence to apply the processes in an employment

Education: MBA, University of Sioux Falls; BS, National American University






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