QuickBooks™ Certification Now Available at Harris School of Business

Hamilton Campus proctors exam for business school students

Hamilton, NJ. Are you seeking a career in bookkeeping? Harris School of Business in Hamilton is offering a new way to get certified in QuickBooks™, a popular accounting software for small businesses. Starting this year, the National Bookkeeping Association will be offering the certification exam at authorized testing centers, and Harris School of Business, Hamilton campus, is proud to announce that it has been selected as a proctor site.

QuickBooks™ is a program that is important for anyone wishing to become a bookkeeper. The certification exams at Harris School in Hamilton will begin this April. The exams are developed, maintained, and administered by the National Bookkeeping Association.

“Our computerized accounting technology students have found our QuickBooks™ course to be very useful as they enter the job market, and now with the potential of becoming certified, the students will have one more credential to offer prospective employers,” explains Colleen Hargrove, program director at the Hamilton campus.

The QuickBooks™ certificate issued by the National Bookkeeping Association (NBA) is nationally recognized. Certified students earn authorized use of the NBA QuickBooks™ Certification logo, and can use this when seeking a position.

The exam covers topics such as working with bank accounts, entering sales information, receiving payments, tracking time, doing payroll, and working with multiple currencies, to name a few.

Harris School of Business has a tradition of providing career-focused education to adults in the fields of allied health and business management. Harris’s Computerized Accounting Technology program is offered at both the Hamilton campus and the Cherry Hill campus. The Hamilton campus also offers a medical assistant program, medical billing courses for health claims specialist training, and massage therapy courses.

As one of the region’s accredited business and technical schools, Harris School of Business operates seven campuses in the Delaware Valley. Some of the program offerings at the other campuses include dental assistant training, legal office technology, surgical technologist training, and training programs for those interested in becoming a pharmacy technician or a health technician.

For a complete listing of programs at each campus, or for more information about the Harris School of Business, please call 1-800-510-7920 or visit www.harrisschool.edu.


Colleen Hargrove, Program Director
3620 Quakerbridge Rd
Hamilton, NJ 08619
Tel: 609-586-9104; Fax: 609-586-6595