Academic Programs - Accounting, Business Administration
The Accounting program seeks to provide students with knowledge of accounting that will allow them to reach their personal and professional goals. For students who plan to complete an associates degree in Business Administration or transfer to a four-year college, the two principle classes provide students with the context to interpret accounting information, including, but not limited to, financial statements. Students who complete the associates degree in Accounting will have the skills to enter the workforce directly as an accounting para-professional or transfer to four-year colleges and continue a major in accounting. Finally, through the CPA Certificate program, the college prepares those who have already attained bachelors degrees for the uniform CPA examination and entrance into the profession of accounting.
- Goal 1: Students will demonstrate quantitative literacy by using accounting models to define, represent, and solve mathematical problems.
- Goal 2: Students will use critical thinking to analyze financial transactions.
- Goal 3: Students will prepare and analyze financial statements.
- Goal 4: Students will analyze financial transactions and understand their impact on the firm.
- Goal 5: Students will explain fundamental concepts of business law including torts, contracts, warranties, the Sales Article of the Uniform Commercial Code, agency, labor and employment law, and business ethics.
- Goal 6: Students will apply basic concepts of micro- and macroeconomics.
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