Students in the Associate of Science in Accounting degree program are introduced to concepts and principles that are the foundation of accounting. Through coursework, students will analyze, record, and interpret accounting information to support financial planning and decision-making. In addition to understanding the practical aspects of bookkeeping, students also will explore in-depth accounting theories and use those theories to evaluate real businesses.
Graduates could seek employment as: bookkeeper, accountant, and payroll and billing clerk. Many graduates go on to complete their four-year degree and pursue CPA and CMA certifications.
This degree program is nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).