Accounting (AS)

This program prepares students to provide assistance to top level auditors and accountants. Students are also skilled to perform invoicing, payroll, accounts receivables/payables and basic accounting reporting. Students who complete as associate degree in Accounting are prepared to continue their education toward a bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Business. The associate degree in Accounting consists of sixty (60) semester hours.

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Degree Courses

  • Principles of Accounting I & II
  • Intermediate Accounting I & II
  • Accounting Information Systems
  • Introduction to Business
  • Business Technology
  • Critical Management
  • Business Statistics
  • Business Law and Ethics
  • Principles of Management
  • Principles of Marketing

Program Benefits

  • Students will construct coherent, well researched written forms of communication.
  • Students will apply Christian concepts of ethical and moral behavior to make positive leadership decisions in support of the University’s focus on head, heart, and hands.
  • Students will examine quantitative methods and technology to inform management decisions.
  • Students will deliver effective oral presentations using appropriate visual aids to demonstrate their workplace readiness.
  • Students will demonstrate analytical and critical thinking skills in the organizational decision making focusing on accounting applications.
  • Students will work in diverse team situations.

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Accounting (Minor)

The minor in Accounting consists of twenty four (24) semester hours.

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