- Collect, prepare, analyze, and interpret financial information to produce financial reports and schedules.
- Design and use models to make critical decisions, and arrive at valid and reliable conclusions using quantitative data appropriately.
- Describe and follow GAAP and government regulations, including taxation.
- Demonstrate technological proficiency in accounting software, bank reconciliations, journals, and ledgers.
|Course Number||General Education/Related Instruction (35 Credits)||Credit Hours|
|BUS124||Excel for Business||5|
|BUS131*||Integrated Communications I||5|
|Using Computers in Business I
|Law and Society
|BUS210*||Business and Economic Statistics||5|
|BUS236||Interpersonal Communications in the Workplace||5|
|US Cultures or Global Studies Elective||5|
|Course Number||Degree Requirements (58 credits)||Credit Hours|
|ACCT110||Introduction to Accounting/Bookkeeping I||5|
|ACCT&201||Principles of Accounting I||5|
|ACCT&202*||Principles of Accounting II||5|
|ACCT&203*||Principles of Accounting III||5|
|ACCT255||Individual Income Tax||5|
|ACCT257*||Business Tax Accounting||5|
|ACCT261*||Accounting Information Systems||5|
|ACCT267||Not-For-Profit Financial Management||5|
|ACCT271*||Ethics in Accounting||5|
Global StudiesThese courses are currently approved to fulfill the Global Studies requirement of the AA degree. Please check with your advisor for recommendations and special conditions that may apply.
US CulturesThese courses are currently approved to fulfill US Cultures requirement of the AA degree. Please check with your advisor for recommendations and special conditions that may apply.
What skills do I need to be successful in this field?
What are some potential job titles?
- Accounting Associate
- Accounting Clerk
Wages, employment trends and pathways
Joseph (Joe) Smith (206)-934-4525,
NSC Advising Office (206) 934-3658
Effective beginning: Fall 2011
Associate of Applied Science Degree in Accounting
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