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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-135 Bookkeeping I
ACC-180 Payroll & Employee Benefit Accounting
ACC-198 Special Topics in Accounting
ACC-201 Financial Accounting
ACC-202 Managerial Accounting
ACC-203 Intermediate Accounting I
ACC-204 Intermediate Accounting II
ACC-220 Microcomputer Accounting Systems
ACC-223 Introduction to QuickBooks
ACC-261 Governmental Accounting
ACC-290 Certified Bookkeeper Course
ACC-295 Work Experience I
ACC-299 Advanced Special Topics in Accounting