Accounting Technology Degree

The A.A.S. program is designed primarily to meet the needs of those students who intend to seek immediate employment in the accounting field upon graduation. Graduates typically enter public accounting firms, private industry, or government service in the capacity of junior accountants.

Students wishing to transfer are strongly advised to seek information regarding admission and transfer requirements for those programs.

Graduates of this program should be able to:

  • Perform all the steps in the accounting cycle.
  • Record business transactions.
  • Prepare financial statements for different types of organizations.
  • Utilize the computer to record accounting information and perform spreadsheet analysis.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the legal and ethical decision making process.

 

General Education Courses Credits
  Written & Oral Communications 6
  Mathematics (MTH 107 or higher recommended) 3
  Natural Science 4
  Social Science 3
  Arts & Humanities 3
  Additional Education Requirements
(CIS 161 recommended)
3
  Total 22
*See General Education Requirements on page 57 of the College Catalog.
Program Course Credits
ACC 112 Principals of Financial Accounting I w/ Spreadsheets 4
ACC 113 Principals of Financial Accounting II w/ Spreadsheets 4
ACC 115 Managerial Accounting with Spreadsheets 4
ACC 116 Computerized Accounting 3
BUA 101 Business Funcations in Global Society 3
BUA 215 Finance 3
BUA 220 Principles of Marketing 3
ECO 204 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
Select One:    
ENG 105 Technical Writing 3
ENG 106 Business Communications 3
  Total

30

Electives
  Electives (BUA 102 Recommended) 12
  Total Requirements for Degree 64