Are you organized and motivated by multiple tasking? Are you detail oriented and analytical? Do you like working with numbers? If these qualities describe you, a career in Accounting and Office Administration would be ideal for you. BIR can transform these interests into a rewarding career. Our Accounting and Office Administration program prepares students to handle the multiple responsibilities needed in a business office environment. Students learn how to use technologies such as business productivity tools that include applications for Word, accounting, spreadsheets, electronic communications, and more. Numerical and analytical skills are applied to fundamental accounting procedures such as preparing accounts payable and receivable, payroll, and financial reports. This program prepares students for a wide variety of tasks that make them invaluable to employers. Most businesses and public agencies need staff that has skills in accounting, office productivity, and communication skills. BIR can help put you in the forefront of this profession and assist with your career development.

Program Description

BIR’s Accounting and Office Administration program focuses on two primary aspects: Accounting and office productivity tools. Students learn the operations of business transactions, including manual and electronic accounting systems, business language, and accounting procedures. The program emphasizes the efficient use of computer applications, and includes training in QuickBooks® and Microsoft Office®. The combined knowledge of accounting and business technology allows BIR graduates to increase their marketability in today’s competitive workplace.

Careers in Accounting and Office Administration

BIR’s Accounting and Office Administration program prepares students for career opportunities in a variety of business settings. Some common job titles held by Accounting and Office Administration specialists include:

  • Accounts Receivable Clerk
  • Accounts Payable Clerk
  • Bookkeeping Clerk
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Accounting Clerk
  • Payroll Clerk
  • General Office Clerk

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    Program Length

    • Full-time
    • 14 Months (3-5 sessions per week)
    • Part-time
    • 16 Months (2-3 sessions per week)


    • Weekdays
    • Mornings: 8:40am– Noon
    • Afternoons: 1:40pm– 5:00pm
    • Evenings: 6:00pm– 9:20pm

    Class Length

    • 7 weeks

    Average Class Size

    • 14 students

    Financial Information

    low tuition and no-interest payment plans.

    Federal and state financial aid and institutional scholarships are available for qualified students.

    Career Assistance

    Resumé preparation, job search and interviewing

    Math Assessment

    Accepted students are required to take a math placement test to assess their preparation for postsecondary education.


    Tutoring in math, English, and computer skills


    BIR is authorized under Fedral law to enroll non-immigrant students.