Applied Accounting ATC

Students in this program will develop critical thinking skills and an understanding of the accounting process used to identify, record, report and analyze business transactions.   This skill set is required for a variety of technical and specialist accounting positions such as a financial specialist, payroll technician, accounts receivable/payable technician, and bookkeeper.  These positions are needed in all business sizes and types across an unlimited number of industries.  Individuals trained at the technical and specialist levels are becoming increasingly more important in organizations as national and international accounting regulations increase and converge.

Completion of a Technical Skills Assessment is required.

General Education Core

COMM-101PRINCIPLES OF SPEECH3.00
or COMM-202 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
HRPT-184DIVERSITY IN ORGANIZATIONS3.00
or HRPT-185 HUMAN RELATIONS IN ORGANIZATIONS
Total Credits6.00

Program Requirements

ACCPT-101BASIC ACCOUNTING3.00
ACCPT-105PAYROLL ACCOUNTING3.00
ACCPT-106CREDIT AND COLLECTIONS3.00
ACCPT-231PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I3.00
ACCPT-232PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II3.00
ACCPT-235COST ACCOUNTING3.00
ACCPT-245FRAUD EXAMINATION3.00
ACCPT-250ACCOUNTING ETHICS3.00
ACCPT-260ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS3.00
ACCPT-294AINTERNSHIP IN ACCOUNTING I4.00
CITPT-110BUSINESS COMPUTER SKILLS3.00
CITPT-212SPREADSHEETS AND DATATBASES IN BUSINESS3.00
GNBPT-202FINANCIAL BUSINESS APPLICATIONS3.00
LAWPT-265BUSINESS LAW I3.00
MGTPT-101INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS3.00
Completion of a Technical Skills Assessment is required
Total Credits46.00

Summary

General Education Core6
Program Requirements46
Total52