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Associate of Science in Accounting provides students with a solid accounting background. In this program students take finance courses, banking courses, business courses, and achieve computer skills related to accounting through learning computerized accounting software, bookkeeping and payroll systems. Graduates would have career opportunities in accounting areas such as accounting of payables, receivables, bookkeeping, payroll, and taxation. At the end of this program, graduates will be able to utilize industry standard accounting principles and accounting-based software; articulate accounting, payroll, and ethical and legal issues impacting contemporary business practices; create databases, enterprise resource planning systems, and accounting systems; and understand human behaviour in the competitive market. Graduates would have opportunity to choose to work in numerous professions as accountants, accounts payable/receivable clerks, accounting clerks, bookkeepers, cost accountants, payroll clerks/accountants, and tax preparers.

 

Associate of Science in Accounting is a two year degree. Students need to complete 60 credit hours to graduate with an Associate`s degree in Accounting.This program enables students to transfer to senior institutions that offer a bachelor’s degree in Accounting.




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