Students obtaining an Accounting Associates Degree will be able to enter the work force as accounting paraprofessionals with the skills necessary to handle financial accounting tasks such as maintaining a set of books for business entities, account classifications, subsidiary record accounting, fixed and intangible assets, current and long-term liabilities, partnerships, corporations and long-term liabilities. They will also be able to handle managerial accounting tasks such as financial statement analysis, job costing, cost behavior and cost-volume-profit analysis budgets, capital investment analysis; accounting for payroll, using computerized accounting systems, using spreadsheet for accounting applications, and income tax preparation.

Program Contacts:

Dean Business and Professional Services

Debra Geiger


Academic Advisor

Katrina Gore-Gray



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