A.A.S. in Accounting
The Accounting program prepares students for entry-level positions in the field of accounting. Typical jobs include full-charge bookkeeper and staff accountant.
Certificates in Applied Science
This program prepares you for entry-level accounting positions with basic skills in accounting, individual tax and payroll. Training in computerized accounting and electronic spreadsheets utilizing accounting applications is included in the program.
This certificate is designed for the nontraditional market not currently being served by the associate degree in accounting. For example, some individuals may need 24 or more accounting hours to advance in civil service or private business accounting positions.
This certificate provides students with knowledge of accounting principles related to payroll and tax preparation, including: federal and state/local tax procedures, payroll accounting and accounting software. The prerequisite for this program is ACC 101 and demonstrated proficiency in accounting principles or ACC 111.
Faculty Advisors for the Department of Accounting
Christine Solomon, CPA
Main Campus, Bldg. 200/Rm. 128
If the first letter in your last name is between A - G, your advisor is:
Scott Bartley, CGAP, CGFO, CIA
Main Campus, Bldg. 200/Rm. 113
If the first letter in your last name is between H - M, your advisor is:
Main Campus, Bldg. 200/Rm. 129
If the first letter in your last name is between N - Z, your advisor is:
Program Coordinator, Instructor
Main Campus, Bldg. 200/Rm. 114