Accounting
Major Code: 010A

Associate in Applied Science

This program prepares the student for entry-level positions or to be a junior member of the accounting staff of a private business, industrial enterprise, public accounting firm or governmental agency. Emphasis is on the financial record keeping aspects of accounting and the preparation and analysis of reports as a basis for managerial decisions.

General Education Requirements15

Major Program Requirements24

  • ACC125 Accounting Information Systems3
  • ACC130 Payroll Accounting3
  • ACC202* Financial Accounting3
  • ACC203 Managerial Accounting3
  • ACC215 Individual Tax Accounting3
  • ACC220 Intermediate Accounting I3
  • ACC221 Intermediate Accounting II3
  • ACC240 Cost Accounting3

Additional Program Requirements15

Electives6

Electives may be taken in Accounting (ACC), Business Administration (BUS), Computer Information Systems (CIS), Construction Management (CMT), Economics (ECN), Entrepreneurship (ETR), Finance (FIN), Management (MGT), or Marketing (MKT), Real Estate (REL), World Wide Web (WEB).

Total Semester Hours for Degree60


* Students with a grade-point average below a 3.0 should consider taking ACC101 Introduction to Accounting or MTH104 Business Math before taking ACC202. Students who choose ACC101 may apply it as an elective in this program. CPA students must take COM121 instead of COM100.