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For first-year and transfer students.
Associate and bachelor's degree programs for men and women 4 full years out of high school.
Elementary and secondary certification for men and women with a bachelor's degree.
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The Associate of Science Degree in Accounting develops competencies that enable professionals to perform accounting functions within business, government, and not-for-profit organizations.
For those wishing to earn a baccalaureate degree or, thereafter, to pursue certification in the accounting field, the associate degree affords the beginning of an appropriate business curriculum which may be completed by the addition of more advanced accounting courses together with the traditional liberal arts component of the baccalaureate degree. The associate degree, therefore, may be regarded as either an educational entity or as an introduction to a more inclusive baccalaureate program.
ACC 105 Financial AccountingACC 106 Managerial AccountingACC 205 Intermediate Accounting IACC 206 Intermediate Accounting IIACC 220 Accounting Information SystemsACC 307 Cost AccountingACC 321 Taxes IACC 322 Taxes IIBUS 124 Introduction to ManagementBUS 225 Business LawBUS 240 Corporate Finance FundamentalsCS 110 Introduction to Computer-Based SystemsECO 101 Introduction to MacroeconomicsECO 102 Introduction to MicroeconomicsMAT 103 College AlgebraMAT 115 Introductory StatisticsOne of the following two:
PHI 226 Business Ethics, or RLS 207 Private Values and Public Policy
An English Foundations Course
One of the following:
Option A: One TDS elective in Studies in Cultural Diversity
one TDS elective in Modes of Thought, Inquiry and Expression.
Option B: Two courses in the same foreign language.
Contact: James Hay
717-264-4141, ext. 3258