Feb 28, 2021  
2020-2021 Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Catalog

Accounting Technology, AS


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Purpose

The Associate in Science (AS) in Accounting Technology program prepares students for employment and/or promotion in occupations where a general knowledge of accounting, bookkeeping, tax preparation, and general business are required. It also prepares students for entry into a variety of baccalaureate degree programs in related disciplines such as accounting, business administration, management, and finance.  The content includes but is not limited to the principles, procedures, and theories of organizing, maintaining and auditing business and financial transactions and the preparation of accompanying financial records and reports for internal and external uses.

Program Structure

This program is a planned sequence of instruction consisting of 60 credit hours in the following areas: 15 credit hours of General Education Requirements, 42 credit hours of Accounting Technology Core Requirements, and 3 credits of Accounting Technology Elective Requirements.  The Accounting Technology Management CCC can be earned before the student has earned the AS Accounting Technology degree.

Course Prerequisites

Many courses require prerequisites. Check the description of each course in the list below to check for prerequisites, minimum grade requirements, and other restrictions related to the course. Students must complete all prerequisites for a course prior to registering for it.

Graduation

Students must fulfill all requirements of their program major in order to be eligible for graduation. Students must indicate their intention to attend commencement ceremony, by completing the Commencement Form by the published deadline.

General Education Requirements: 18 Credit Hours


Total Degree Requirements: 60 Credit Hours


Information is available online at: www.fsw.edu/academics or on the School of Business and Technology Home Page at: www.fsw.edu/sobt

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