Explore Academic Programs - Accounting


This program prepares students with workforce skills to perform the accounting and other necessary office management functions for small and mid-sized companies or fill bookkeeping and accounting clerical positions as members of larger office staffs. Coursework for the degree includes full charge bookkeeping, computerized accounting using QuickBooks, payroll accounting, and Federal Tax reporting. 

The Business Management Accounting Technician certificate programs offer students the workforce skills to perform the accounting and other necessary office management functions for small and mid-sized companies or fill bookkeeping and accounting clerical positions as members of larger office staffs. Both certificates are “stackable” into the AAS.


Careers, Potential Earnings & Market Growth Rates

Bookeeping, accounting or auditing clerk

Potential Earnings: $20.30 hourly, $42,224 annually

Projected Growth Rate Over 4 Years: Increase 8.58%


Billing, cost or rate clerk

Potential Earnings: $20.97 hourly, $42,224 annually

Projected Growth Rate Over 4 years: Increase 5.72%

Tax preparer

Potential Earnings:  $22.23 hourly, $43,618 annually

Projected Growth Rate Over 4 Years: 7.87%


Accountant*

Potential Earnings:  $32.95 hourly, $68,536 annually

Projected Growth Rate Over 4 Years: 8.58%

*Requires additional study

 

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Degrees and Certificates

Degrees & Certificates Delivery Mode
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Accounting Technician (AAS)
60 credit hours; two years full time
 Central Campus Day
 Online
Business Management Accounting Specialist (CC)
18 credit hours
 Central Campus Day
 Online
Business Management Accounting Technician (CC)
30 credit hours
 Central Campus Day
 Online
Course Descriptions
ACCT ACNT


Contact the Department

254-526-1146

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 Business Administration