Contact Information

Continuing Education and Professional Development
1000 Hempstead Avenue
Siena Hall, Room 106
Rockville Centre, New York 11571-5002 516.323.3550

Bookkeeping & Accounting

The following courses are offered in this area:
- Bookkeeping Certificate Program: Bookkeeping I & II
- Financial Accounting for Non-Financial Managers
- Non-Profit Financial Accounting Principles

Scroll down for a description of the courses.

Click here for the current schedule of classes.

Registration
Students should register for classes at least one week prior to the start of classes to insure enough time for you to get your confirmation and parking permit. However, you can register up until the day of class. Please note that some of our classes do close out and some of our classes do cancel, so you may be taking a chance of not getting into the course of your choice by waiting.

To register online, in person, by phone, by fax or by mail, click here. Confirmation of your registration and classroom assignments will be mailed or emailed to you upon receipt of your registration.

OUR GUARANTEE TO YOU!
If you take a course, have attended each class, and still do not master the course work, we invite you to re-register for the same course, same level, free of charge. Your registration will be accepted on a space available basis within one year of the course end date. Re-registration in the course is required.

In addition, during the first hour of class the instructor will present an outline of the course, along with the course goals and objectives. If the student does not feel that this course will meet their expectations, then a full refund will be granted if the student presents their refund request on the first business day after the class has met. 

If you have any questions, please call our office at 516-323-3550 for clarification.

Mailing List/Request a Catalog

The schedule of classes comes out in our catalog which is mailed twice a year (January and July) to students who have made an inquiry or registered within the last 6 months. However, the most up-to-date scheduling information can be found on the program webpage. We will also email you monthly reminders of the upcoming schedule if you have provided us with an email address. Request a catalog or join our mailing list.


Questions?

If you have any questions, contact Louis Cino at lcino@molloy.edu or call 516.323.3550.

Bookkeeping Certificate Program

This certificate program teaches the full charge bookkeeping process from beginning to end. Students will become proficient in the practical application of all accounting processes in small-to-mid-sized businesses by mastering the principles of full-charge bookkeeping. To earn the Certificate in Bookkeeping students need to complete and pass the courses: Bookkeeping I & Bookkeeping II. Please see below for course descriptions, schedule information and registration procedures.

Bookkeeping I

Learn the principles of double-entry bookkeeping, how to record day-by-day business and financial transactions. For individuals who have a non-accounting background. Learn the basics of: Financial statements, General ledger, Cash controls, Adjusting and closing entries.The required textbook for this course, as well as for Bookkeeping II, is: The ABCs of Accounting by Loretta Thompson, 2nd edition; ISBN: 9781S9136364. You may get the book online at: http://www.lablearning.com/364-0.html for $37.75. It generally takes about a week for it to arrive by mail

This five-session course is offered every fall and spring semester, usually in October and February, at our Rockville Centre campus in the evening. 1.5 CEUs.
Instructor: Thomas Athy, B.A., M.A.
Course Number: BK-1000 Tuition: $275
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Bookkeeping II

For students who have completed Bookkeeping I or have previous experience dealing with bookkeeping systems. Preparation of financial statements, journals, ledgers, payroll accounting, with all the functions for employers/employee bookkeeping systems such as: FICA, Social security tax, Income tax, Employee deductions, Gross pay, Unemployment taxes, Cash, Petty cash, Journalizing transactions purchase/sales returns, and Adjusting closing entries. Textbook required, See Bookkeeping I above..

This five session course is offered every fall and spring semester, usually in November and March, at our Rockville Centre campus in the evening. 1.5 CEUs
Instructor: Thomas Athy, B.A., M.A.
Course Number: BK-2000 Tuition: $275
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Financial Accounting for Non-Financial Managers

This course is valuable for non-financial group leaders, project managers, program managers, department heads and others from both the public and private sectors who wish to develop a financial toolkit to compliment their existing professional or technical skills. A working knowledge of financial principles and their application is essential for a manager to be effective. This course transforms financial and accounting language and concepts into decision-making tools the non-financial manager can use successfully every day.

Participants learn to apply the fundamentals of finance to: Improve budget management, Increase potential profits, Sell new ideas and Assess the financial viability of projects.

This course will provide an introduction to basic accounting principles and financial statements for non-financial employees.

This two session course is offered each fall and spring semester, usually in January and May, at our Rockville Centre Campus from 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Instructor: James Cooke, CPA has over 20 years of accounting, treasury and controllers experience.  He has worked for organizations including: Morgan Stanley, the Ontario Ministry of Finance, the Institute of Management Accountants, World Vision and the Flower Market Association of NYC.  Adjunct professor, Business Division, Molloy College.
Course Number: AC-2000. Tuition: $110
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Non-Profit Financial Accounting Principles

The "secret" is out! Financial information doesn't need to be dry, uninteresting, or intimidating. Unleash the power of your non-profit's financials to build support. In a time of increasing scrutiny, this interactive session will review the essential financial information needed by a variety of users and provide practical ideas and examples. This course will provide an introduction to basic accounting principles and financial statements for employees who work in non-profit environments.

This two session course is offered each fall and spring semester, usually in January and May at our Rockville Centre Campus from 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Instructor: James Cooke, CPA has over 20 years of accounting, treasury and controllers experience.  He has worked for organizations including: Morgan Stanley, the Ontario Ministry of Finance, the Institute of Management Accountants, World Vision and the Flower Market Association of NYC.  Adjunct professor, Business Division, Molloy College.
Course Number: AC-3000. Tuition: $110
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