Associate in Arts in Accounting - Online

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  • Course description
    The Associate in Arts in Accounting program prepares an accounting student to become a bookkeeper, an accounts receivable or payable clerk, and other entry-level positions in business.
    The graduate of the Associate in Arts program may apply all the credits earned toward a Bachelor of Science in Accounting.
    Also available: an Undergraduate Certificate in Introductory or Advanced Accounting; a Diploma, a Bachelor of Science in Accounting, an Executive Graduate Certificate and a Master of Science in Professional Accounting.

          Area 1: Core Component

          ACC 100
          Accounting I
          BUS 100
          Introduction to Business
          CIS 105
          Introduction to Information Systems
          ENG 115
          English Composition
          MAT 105
          Introduction to College Mathematics

          22.5 Credit Hours
     Area 2: Major Component

          ACC 115
          Microcomputer Applications for Accountants
          ACC 206
          Accounting II
          ACC 303
          Intermediate Accounting I
          ACC 304
          Intermediate Accounting II
          ACC 305
          Intermediate Accounting III
          ACC 307
          Federal Taxation
          ACC 350
          Cost Accounting
          LEG 100
          Business Law I

          36.0 Credit Hours
    Area 3: General Studies Component

          ENG 215
          Research and Writing
          HUM 101
          The Origins of Western Culture
          Choose 1 of these 2 courses
          SCI 110
          Introduction to Physical Science
          SCI 115
          Introduction to Biology
          Choose 1 of these 2 courses
          PSY 100
          The Individual and Society
          PSY 105
          Introduction to Psychology
          SOC 100
          Introduction to Sociology

          22.5 Credit Hours
       Area 4: Elective Component

          These courses are selected in consultation with the Academic Advisor (2 Courses).

          9.0 Credit Hours

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