Students in accounting develop a high degree of technical skills in accounting systems and business organization. The accounting programs provide business-related experience on modern equipment. Courses utilize personal computers and electronic printing calculators.
This two-year degree program is designed to help students attain technical accounting skills and a broad knowledge of business fundamentals. Accounting systems are studied as they are applied every day in business and industrial organizations.
Graduates are qualified for positions as senior clerks, junior accountants, cost accountant accounting supervisors, payroll supervisors and office managers.
As the economy continues to grow, so will the number of businesses and the need for accountants. The accounting profession generally has a low rate of turnover; therefore, openings will be primarily created through retirements and promotions.
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