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2014-2015 Catalog 
    
2014-2015 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Accounting Technology AAB


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Accounting Technology

Many clerical accounting positions exist within various types of organizations. The positions may involve billings and collections, cash control, data inputting to computerized accounting systems, payables management, and payroll and personnel records administration. The minimum requirement for entry into one of these positions is usually an associate degree in accounting or related experience. You may wish to seek an associate degree in accounting to begin your career and later pursue an advanced degree to further your career objectives.

Additional information on bookkeeping, accounting and auditing clerks, including job descriptions and salaries, may be found at the Federal Government’s Bureau of Labor Statistics:

http://www.bls.gov

 

 

Suggested Course Sequence


First Year Fall Term

·         ENGL 1101      DISCOURSE AND COMPOSITION (A) OR

·         ENGL 1102      DISCOURSE AND COMPOSITION (B)

·         BUAC 1010      ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES 1

·         BUIS  1010      COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

·         BUMG 1010     INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS

·         MATH 1020      INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

    TOTAL CREDIT HOURS: 16-18 


First Year Spring Term

·         ENGL 1105      COMPOSITION AND ARGUMENTATION

·         BUAC 1020      ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES 2

·         BUAC 1100      PAYROLL RECORDS/ACCOUNTING

·         BUOA 1150      SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS

·         MATH XXXX      ABOVE 1020 

    TOTAL CREDIT HOURS: 16


Second Year Fall Term

·         ECON 2201      PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS

·         BUAC 2210      COST ACCOUNTING

·         BUAC 2310      INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING 1

·         BUFI  2450      PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE OR

          BUFI  3450      MANAGEMENT FINANCE

·         BUMG 2100    MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS OR

          BUMG 3100    MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES 

    TOTAL CREDIT HOURS: 16 


Second Year Spring Term

·         ECON 2202      PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS

·         BUMG 2900      PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS/DEV

·         BULW 2700      LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS

·         BUAC XXXX      ACCOUNTING ELECTIVE

·         BUAC XXXX      ACCOUNTING ELECTIVE 

    TOTAL CREDIT HOURS: 15 – 16


Total Credit Hours Required - 63


 

 

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