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Accounting (AAS.ACC)

The Accounting program prepares students for entry-level positions in the accounting field. The graduate can become a general accountant for a small business or choose a specialized area in a large company such as a clerical position in accounts receivable, accounts payable, or payroll. Employment opportunities exist in small businesses, large businesses, public accounting firms, industry, not-for-profit organizations and governmental agencies.

Program requirements may change over time. Specific degree/graduation requirements are determined by a degree audit.
FIRST YEAR
First Semester   Hours
ENG-095 Business English   OR
ENG-120 Composition I
3.0
SFS-101 Strategies for Success   OR
HED --- Health Elective   OR
PED --- PE Elective  
2.0
BUS-095 Fundamentals of Accounting  
3.0
BUS-142 Introduction to Business  
3.0
CIS-160 Practical Software Application  
3.0
BUS-094 Business Math  
3.0
SEMESTER TOTALS 17.0
Second Semester
BUS-151 Financial Accounting
3.0
ECO-130 The American Economy   OR
ECO-231 Principles of Econ I (Macro)  
3.0
BUS-251 Principles of Management  
3.0
BUS-200 Legal Environ/Business  
3.0
CIS-093 Access  
2.0
BUS-120 Business Career Development  
3.0
SEMESTER TOTALS 17.0
SECOND YEAR
First Semester   Hours
BUS-098 Intermediate Accounting
3.0
BUS-152 Managerial Accounting
3.0
BUS-141 Business Communications
3.0
BUS-086 Statistics for Business
3.0
CIS-094 Excel  
2.0
--- --- General Education Elective  
2.0
SEMESTER TOTALS 16.0
Second Semester
BUS-099 Computerized Accounting
3.0
BUS-096 Federal Tax Accounting  
3.0
BUS-097 Principles of Cost Accounting
3.0
BUS-060 Automated Office Procedures +++ 
3.0
BUS-087 Accounting Internship OR
BUS/CIS BUS/CIS Elective  
3.0
SEMESTER TOTALS 15.0
TOTAL PROGRAM HOURS 65.00