The Accounting program at San Diego City College includes the study of basic, financial, and managerial accounting, as well as tax preparation, recordkeeping, and payroll. This guide will help you get started finding information in these areas, including books, articles, web sites, and media materials.
Use these terms in SDCCD Books+ Advanced Search to find resources in the SDCC Library. See example search below.
|Cash Management||Corporate Finance||Financial Planning|
|Financial Statements||Managerial Accounting||Payroll|
|Recordkeeping||Small Business Finance||Tax Preparation|
1. Select SDCCD Books +
2. Select Subject from the dropdown menu
3. Type in the key term
4. Click the Search button to get results
*OneSearch doesn't show you everything! Some databases, like those from EBSCO, are not included so you will need to search them separately.
San Diego City College Library has over 4500 books in its Reference Collection on the second floor and 60,000 books in its Circulating Collection, located on the third floor. We also have over 28,000 electronic books. Use SDCCD Books+ to find books in both our print and electronic collections. Here are some examples from our collection; click the links below to check on their availability.
The web sites listed here were selected on the basis of their possible relevancy to the programs taught at City College.
San Diego City College LRC is not liable for the currency or accuracy of the information contained in third-party web sites, as they are outside the control of the LRC.
Our Periodicals and Newspapers section, located in the Library near the Circulation Desk and the Print Station, has a wide selection of print magazines to browse for ideas and trends related to your area of study. Here are a few titles with their corresponding web sites:
|Kiplinger's Personal Finance||http://www.kiplinger.com|
|San Diego Business Journal||http://www.sdbj.com|
|Wall Street Journal||http://www.wsj.com|
Videos on DVD are kept at the Circulation Center desk; find the call number for the item first, then ask the desk staff to obtain the video for you. For more videos, look in SDCCD Books+ or OneSearch.