The Accounting discipline has been designed to enable students to establish, maintain and manage both manual and automated accounting systems. Students can also develop the necessary competencies to create and analyze information for managerial decision-making situations. In addition to this degree program, students who intend to become full-charge bookkeepers will also need experience in the field.
Accounting is a discipline in the Career and Technical Education division.
Current ACC course offerings:
|ACC-105||Taxation For Individuals|
|ACC-180||Payroll & Employee Benefit Accounting|
|ACC-198||Special Topics in Accounting|
|ACC-203||Intermediate Accounting I|
|ACC-204||Intermediate Accounting II|
|ACC-220||Microcomputer Accounting Systems|
|ACC-223||Introduction to QuickBooks|
|ACC-290||Certified Bookkeeper Course|
|ACC-295||Work Experience I|
|ACC-299||Advanced Special Topics in Accounting|