Associate of Applied Science in Business Accounting

1200 Hours, 90 Quarter Credit Hours | Completion Time – 1.5 year

Quarterly enrollment in January, April, July and September

The Associate of Applied Science in Business Accounting prepares students for entry-level

positions in Accounting. Bookkeeping, accounting and auditing clerks handle a company’s

accounts, complete financial statements and check reports for accuracy, among other

responsibilities. Bookkeepers can only handle financial statements and reports if they have a

QuickBooks certification. Accounting clerks, who typically work for large companies, have a

more narrow focus: accounts payable or accounts receivable. Auditing clerks ensure the use of

proper coding in financial documents and report any errors to accountants.

In this program, students learn a variety of skills including bookkeeping, accounting, generating

financial statements, checking and reporting financial accuracy, dealing with accounts payable,

and accounts receivable. Students can expect to gain employment as a bookkeeper, auditing

clerk, or work in various office and business settings.

Federal Financial Aid is available for this program.

Course Listing:

ENGL101: English Composition I

ENGL102: English Composition II

MATH101: Contemporary Mathematics I

MATH102: Contemporary Mathematics II

PSYL101: Introduction to Psychology

BUSI101: Business Principles

BUSI102: Business Ethics

BUSI103: Modern Office Environment

ACCT101: Introduction to Accounting I

ACCT102: Introduction to Accounting II

COMP101: Introduction to Computer Technologies

MSSS101: Introduction to Spreadsheet

MSPP101: Introduction to PowerPoint

ACCT103: Payroll & Business Tax Accounting

ACCT104: Intermediate Bookkeeping

ACCT105: Data Entry in QuickBooks

ACCT106: Analysis & Reporting Using QuickBooks

Earning Potential: The US Bureau of Labor Statistics forecast the mean wage for Bookkeeping,
Accounting, and Auditing Clerks is $21.90 per hour and $45,560 per year. <