Job openings in the accounting field are predicted to significantly increase over the next few years. Now is the time to position yourself for this trend by ensuring that you have a solid knowledge of accounting practices and procedures. Our extensive course list encompasses a wide array of business and accounting classes. You can gain experience in the areas of: Principles of accounting, Financial statement analysis, Payroll accounting, Tax accounting, Cost accounting, Spreadsheets, Finance and Business Law.
As with other industries, technology plays an integral role in the accounting field. Computer applications and word processing classes complement the core curriculum with an emphasis on computerized accounting applications. You can perform a broad range of accounting, auditing, tax, and consulting activities for corporations, governments, non-profit organizations, and individuals. You can choose to work in an office individually or as part of a team, or embark on your own business venture. Armed with the principles of accounting, as well as practical business methods and procedures, you will have the necessary skills to succeed in a competitive industry. Some career opportunities include: Accounting assistant, Bookkeeper and Management trainee.
The Associate in Science Degree in Accounting offers an introduction to the accounting discipline. It readies you to oversee the financial well being of a company or individual in the preparation, examination and verification of fiscal data.
The Master of Science in Criminal Justice program is not available in Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Wyoming. The Homeland Security program (Associate and Bachelor’s) is not available in Alabama, Minnesota and Wisconsin. The Associate degree in Business program is not available in Alabama. The Computer Information Science program (Associate and Bachelor’s) is not available in Arkansas. The Bachelor’s degree in Paralegal program is not available in Arkansas. Arkansas and Minnesota graduates will receive an Associate in Applied Science degree upon successful completion of an approved associate degree program.