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Students earn an entry level accounting credential that will enhance employability in jobs requiring accounting knowledge. All courses in this college credit certificate will articulate into the Associate of Science degree in Accounting Technology should a student choose to complete the more advanced degree.
IS THIS FOR YOU
Persons already employed within a government or non-profit agency are primary candidates for this program. People who have arithmetic ability, prefer working indoors, and like to organize things may be suited for a career in this field. If you are practical, careful, and persistent, this career may be for you.
Students wishing to continue their education may take additional courses to earn a two-year Associate of Science (A.S.) degree in Accounting Technology.
RELATED CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Graduates from the Accounting Technology Management program support the complex financial information that business, government, non-profit organizations, and other agencies require.
Perform any combination of calculating, posting and verification of financial data for the monitoring and maintaining of accounting records. From these records reports are generated such as balance sheets and income statements concerning assets, liabilities, operational costs, taxes and profits.
Develop and maintain financial records. Bookkeepers verify and enter into ledgers the details of their accounts payable and receivable, billing vouchers, receipts, and loans, then balance these figures. In addition to keeping records, bookkeepers may prepare payrolls, tax reports, and customers’ monthly statements.
- Accounts Payable and/or Receivables Clerk
- Bank Teller
- Loan and Credit Clerk
- Remittance Clerk
- Tax Clerk