The Accounting Program (ACCT) prepares you for a career in public, industrial, or governmental accounting. Positions in these areas include book keeper, accounting clerk and audit clerk. It also provides the first two years of requirements to continue on to a four-year university to complete your Bachelor’s degree.
You Will Learn:
- To execute various accounting functions for sole proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations such as: recording and verifying business transactions, preparing financial statements, analyzing financial information, monitoring inventory, preparing payroll
- To prepare individual and Business Tax Returns
- General Financial Statement Analysis
- Governmental and Not For Profit Accounting Functions
- Cost Accounting Analysis
A great deal of emphasis is placed on computer accounting programs where you will learn accounting packages along with word processing and spreadsheet software.
Students enrolled in the Accounting Program carry a full course load each semester (12 credit hours is full-time). Students will complete an Accounting Capstone the last semester in which they will review everything learned throughout the program.
Business Professionals of America
Business Professionals of America is a student organization operating on the local, state, and national level. The goal of the organization is to prepare students for careers in business occupations through professional development, a competitive spirit, and networking with other business students and employers.