What You’ll Learn
In the Associate of Science in Accounting program, you’ll study both manual and computerized accounting methods, gain in-depth practical knowledge of the accounting cycle, and learn how to develop and analyze financial statements, journals and ledgers. Foundational courses in business and management practices will give you a firm footing from which to continue on to the Bachelor of Science in Accounting program or launch your new career.
With this degree, you’ll be prepared to seek entry-level employment in the accounting field in areas such as accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, bookkeeping, and accounting office management positions. These positions may be found in such diverse sectors as business, health, government, manufacturing, and social services. You can also pursue next steps like certifications or a bachelor’s degree completed while you gain experience in the workplace.