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Accounting / Business Administration
18-Month Associate in Specialized Business Degree
The Accounting/Business Administration program is designed to provide a specialized education to prepare students for various positions in the field of accounting. Students learn accounting for proprietorships, partnerships, corporations, etc. Emphasis is placed on Cost Accounting, Advanced Accounting, Excel Spreadsheets, and Computerized Accounting software. Students also take a variety of business administration courses such as Management and Economics. In the Business Administration Simulation course, emphasis is put on building students’ entrepreneurial skills via teams that select a business, research and perform financial analysis, write a business plan, and conduct a market-feasibility study. Students are prepared for potential careers in government offices, accounting offices, payroll offices, with positions as accountants, payroll supervisors, bookkeepers, accounting assistants, accounting clerks, etc.
The following courses are included in this program:
|COURSE #||COURSE TITLE*||CREDITS|
|AC1215||Intermediate Accounting I||3|
|AC1216||Intermediate Accounting II||3|
|AC1228||Computerized Accounting Procedures||3|
|GE6500||Professional Career Planning||1|
|MG6001||Principles of Management||3|
|MG6112||Business Administration Simulation||3|
|SE2113||Database and Presentation||3|
|TY2119||Advanced Spreadsheet Applications||3|
|TY3333||Computer Integration Techniques||3|
|All classes are 60 clock hours. This 18-month Associate in Specialized Business Degree Program of Study offers 90 credits, 1760 clock hours of instruction, and is 72 weeks in length.
*All of our courses are taught in English.
All of our course materials are written and taught in English.