What You’ll Learn
In the Associate of Science in Accounting program, you’ll study both manual and computerized accounting methods and work to gain practical knowledge of the accounting cycle and how to develop and analyze financial statements, journals, and ledgers. Foundational courses in business and management practices, business law, economics, and business communications are designed to expand your range of knowledge in the business field.
Areas of focus in this program include accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, bookkeeping, and accounting office management.
Upon completion of the Associate of Science in Accounting program, students may choose to continue their education in programs such as the Bachelor of Science in Accounting or Bachelor of Business Administration w/Concentration in Accounting.