Accounting is a crucial part of every business operation and the language that businesses speak. The associate of applied science degree program focuses on practical skills often required for entry-level accounting positions. The internship course gives the graduate on-the-job experience working in an approved business. Two-year graduates may find positions as general bookkeepers, accounting clerks and accounts receivable or payable specialists.
The accounting career program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). For students wishing to transfer to a four-year college accounting or business program, this accreditation makes the transfer a smoother process. For more information, please contact the department chair or a JCCC counselor.
(Major Code 2400; State CIP Code 52.0302)
Associate of Applied Science Degree
|ACCT 141||Computerized Accounting Problems*||2|
|ACCT 222||Managerial Accounting*||3|
|ACCT 231||Intermediate Accounting I*||3|
Total Program Hours: 63