Accounting A.A.S.

This program is designed to prepare students for various career opportunities in accounting, such as positions in accounting firms, industry, or government. Emphasis is placed on internal accounting procedures and generally accepted accounting principles. This program is intended to provide a foundation on which the graduate can build an accounting career through expanded experience and/ or further education. Completion of the first two semesters leads to an award of an Accounting Clerk Certificate.

Students enrolling in accounting degree programs should make every possible effort to complete courses in the required sequence. When circumstances warrant deviation from prescribed plans, the department chair or one of the faculty advisors must be consulted for approval of changes including, but not limited to, substitution of courses, waiver of prerequisites, and permission to take courses.

First Semester

Course Number
Title
Credits
Sub-Total Credits
15

Second Semester

Course Number
Title
Credits
Sub-Total Credits
15

Third Semester

Course Number
Title
Credits
Elective X3XX — Behavioral Science/Social Science  +
3
SPCH 13XX Speech  +
3
Sub-Total Credits
15

Fourth Semester

Course Number
Title
Credits
Elective — Language, Philosophy and Culture, or Creative Arts  +
3
Elective X3XX — Math 1332 or Higher or Life and Physical Sciences  +
3
POFT 2312 or Business Elective X3XX  +
3
Sub-Total Credits
15
Total credits:
60

Overview

Program

Type

A.A.S.