The Associate in Arts Degree in accounting combines an in-depth understanding of accounting principles with a breadth of business knowledge. A student who completes the outlined course of study is prepared for entry-level employment in the accounting field. The students learn managerial, cost, and manufacturing accounting skills which, in addition to preparing accounting data, enable them to analyze and make appropriate managerial decisions. They not only develop skills to use word processing and spreadsheet applications but also to help them with oral and written communication.
A student earning an AA degree in accounting completes the core business coursework necessary to transfer into a business or accounting bachelor’s degree program at a four-year institution and is better prepared for entry-level jobs in accounting and/or accounting internship opportunities.
The Associate of Arts degree in Accounting at Crafton Hills College is designed to meet the needs of students transferring to four-year Universities who intend to major in accounting or other business-related fields of study. Students gain an understanding of business and accounting terminology, enhancing their ability to work with coworkers and analyze and record business transactions .
(Y1 or S1)
|BUSAD053 ||Business Computations||3||S1|
|ACCT105||Accounting with QuickBooks and Excel||4||S1|
|BUSAD100 ||Introduction to Business||3||S1|
|ACCT208 ||Introduction to Financial Accounting||4||S2|
|ACCT209 ||Introduction to Managerial Accounting ||4||S2|
|BUSAD210 ||Business Law ||3||S2|
Diann Thursby · 06/09/20
Received regional recommendation at 06-08-2020 IEDRC Deans Meeting.