Accounting Technology is a two-year Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree program designed to develop a working knowledge of widely accepted accounting principles, techniques, and practices. Those successfully completing this program will be prepared for entry-level positions in the field of accounting.
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The required accounting courses combine classroom instruction with computer lab periods, where you are expected to use computers to complete accounting applications. If you do not know how to keyboard (type by touch), you should add OA 121: Keyboarding to your first term classes. If you have little or no computer experience, you are also encouraged to add CIS 140W: Introduction to Windows to your first term classes.
You are encouraged to participate in Cooperative Work Experience during the program.
To qualify for the AAS- Accounting Technology degree, you must satisfactorily complete all required courses and electives for a minimum of 97 credit hours. Some courses may be waived by examination and/or demonstrated experience. Accounting students must have a 2.5 cumulative GPA on accounting courses indicated with a (*) in the catalog and no individual course grade lower than a C in (*) courses.
Other Business Certificates & Degrees at UCC
- Entry Management AAS
- Entrepreneurship Pathways Certificate
- Financial Services Certificate
- Marketing AAS
- Supervision One-year Certificate
- WAFC Retail Management One-year Certificate
- Business Administration AS with SOU
At UCC, you can earn a variety of certificates and degrees that can enhance your current career or place you in the workforce sooner. Plus, UCC offers:
• Expert faculty dedicated to teaching
• Personal attention and small class sizes
• Online classes
Prospective students should visit Advising and Career Services to get started and then see a program advisor (below) to develop a more focused educational plan.
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Associate Professor, Business