Accounting Technician, AAS

Overview

The Accounting Program is designed for persons who intend to enter the accounting profession as assistant accountant, bookkeeper, or accounting clerk.

Program Requirements

Writing

Complete with a grade of C or better.
WR121English Composition

4

Mathematics

Complete 1 course from the following list:

Complete with a grade of C or better.

MTH065Mathematics for Applied Sciences

4

Or

MTH095Algebra - Intermediate

4

Or

MTH098Quantitative Reasoning

5

Or higher

Arts and Letters/Social Sciences

Complete 1 course from the following list:
COM111Fundamentals of Public Speaking

4

Or

COM219Small Group Discussion

4

Human Relations

Complete with a grade of C or better.
BA285Human Relations in Business

3

Core Courses

Complete with a grade of C or better.
BA101Introduction to Business

4

BA131Accounting Procedures I

3

BA132Accounting Procedures II

3

BA177Payroll and Business Accounting

3

BA211Principles of Accounting I

4

BA212Principles of Accounting II

4

BA213Principles of Accounting III

4

BA214Business Communication

4

BA218Personal Finance

2

BA223Principles of Marketing

3

BA226Intro to Business Law I

4

BA228Automated Accounting

3

BA295AAccounting Directed Project

4

 

BA206Management Fundamentals

3

Or

BA250Small Business Management

3

 

BA280CWE: Accounting/Business Admin

1 - 11

And

BA281

1

Or

Electives

with Approval

 

CS131Introduction to Computer Information Systems

4

CSL107Spreadsheets

3

 

EC201Principles of Economics I

4

Or

EC202Principles of Economics II

4

 

MIC145Intro to Integrated Software

3

PHL102Ethics

3

 

Electives

Complete 9 credits of 100 or 200 level courses.

 

Planner

Year One

Fall - 17 Credits

BA101Introduction to Business

4

BA131Accounting Procedures I

3

BA285Human Relations in Business

3

MIC145Intro to Integrated Software

3

WR121English Composition

4

Winter - 13 Credits

BA132Accounting Procedures II

3

BA223Principles of Marketing

3

CSL107Spreadsheets

3

 

MTH065Mathematics for Applied Sciences

4

Or

MTH095Algebra - Intermediate

4

Or

MTH098Quantitative Reasoning

5

Spring - 16 Credits

BA218Personal Finance

2

BA228Automated Accounting

3

BA226Intro to Business Law I

4

CS131Introduction to Computer Information Systems

4

PHL102Ethics

3

Year Two

Fall - 14 Credits

BA177Payroll and Business Accounting

3

BA211Principles of Accounting I

4

BA214Business Communication

4

 

BA206Management Fundamentals

3

Or

BA250Small Business Management

3

Winter - 16 Credits

BA212Principles of Accounting II

4

 

COM111Fundamentals of Public Speaking

4

Or

COM219Small Group Discussion

4

 

EC201Principles of Economics I

4

Or

EC202Principles of Economics II

4

 

Electives

Spring - 14 Credits

BA213Principles of Accounting III

4

BA295AAccounting Directed Project

4

Electives

 

BA280CWE: Accounting/Business Admin

1 - 11

BA281

1

Or

Arts & Letters/Social Science course

3

with Approval