This course allows training in accounting principles and practices which enable students to prepare, analyze, and verify business reports that furnish accurate and up-to-date financial information and projections to assist managers in making sound financial decisions. A comprehensive general education base provides program graduates with the skills necessary to clearly communicate the results of their work, both orally and in writing, to clients and management.

Employment Prospects: The associate degree curriculum in accounting prepares graduates of the program for entry-level employment in accounting departments in the business and government organizations or for further education leading to a four-year baccalaureate degree.



  Trimester I – Year I
ENGL 105 English Research (Formerly English Composition II)
CIS 116 Intro to Computer Applications
MATH 110 College Algebra
MGT 103 Introduction to Business
  Trimester II – Year I
ACC 103 Accounting Principles I
MATH 111 Business Statistics I
ENGL 202 Technical Writing
* Liberal Arts Elective
  Trimester III – Year I
ACC 104 Accounting Principles II
MATH 201 Calculus for Business
MGT 202 Business Law
ENGL 106 Public Speaking
  Trimester I – Year II
ACC 203 Intermediate Accounting I
ACC 205 Cost Accounting
MGT 203 Principles of Microeconomics
MATH 112 Business Statistics II
  Trimester II – Year II
ACC 204 Intermediate Accounting II
MGT 205 Principles of Macroeconomics
ACC 206 Managerial Accounting
ACC 208 Finance I
  Trimester III – Year II
MGT 200 Organizational Behavior
ACC 209 Computerized Accounting
ACC 210 Auditing and Assurance
INT ACC Internship/Capstone


*Liberal Arts Electives (PSY110/ SOC101/ PHIL200)