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Accounting

The Accounting Program prepares students for entry level positions in the field of accounting as well  as enhancing the skills of individuals currently employed in the accounting field. The program  provides specialized knowledge in accounting theory and practice as well as an understanding of  business operations in the American economy.

Courses

First Semester
ENGL 101 English Composition I (GEC 1) 3
BUSN 106 Introduction to Business 3
ATEC 115 Fundamentals of Business Computer Apps (GEC 2) 3
ACCT 185
BIOL 101
Survey of Accounting OR
General Biology ** (GEC 2)
3
BIOL 102 General Biology Lab** (GEC 2) 1
MATH 130
BUSN 112
College Algebra** OR (GEC 2)
Business Mathematics (GEC 2)
3
  Semester Total 15-16*
Second Semester
ACCT 215 Financial Accounting 3
BUSN 201 Business Law 3
ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics (GEC 4) 3
ENGL 102 English Composition II (GEC 1) 3
MGMT 202 Principles of Management 3
  Semester Total 15
Third Semester
ECON 201
FINC 280
Principles of Microeconomics** OR (GEC 4)
Financial Management
3
ACCT 216 Managerial Accounting 3
BUSN 230 Business Communications and Ethics (GEC 3) 3
ACCT 235 Integrated Computer Accounting 3
ACCT 290 Individual Income Tax* 3
  Semester Total 15
Fourth Semester
MRKT 205 Fundamentals of Marketing 3
ACCT 285 Intermediate Accounting* 3
ACCT 286
ACCT 291
Cost Accounting * AND Restricted Elective OR
Certified Bookkeeper and Accounting Review*
4
6
BUSN 266
BUSN 296
Business Internship OR
Business Statistics* (GEC 4)
2-3*
BUSN 298* Business Studies Seminar 1
  Semester Total 14*-15
** Denotes courses students will take if they are completing 2+2 transfer requirements.
* Denotes courses that will be offered only on the South Charleston campus only.

 

Curriculum Grid

Program Assessment Plan and Assessment Report

 

Contact

Mark Wencel, Program Coordinator

304.205.6659

[email protected]

Associate of Applied Science

Accounting & Bookkeeping

The accounting curriculum is designed to provide students with the knowledge and the skills necessary for employment and growth in the accounting field. Accounting professionals create, update, review, and maintain accounting records, playing a vital role in any organization. Nearly all public, private, and nonprofit organizations need accounting support at various levels. Accounting is a high demand field with many opportunities for advancement.

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Courses

ENGL 101 English Composition I (GEC 1) ..... 3 Credits

BUSN 106 Introduction to Business ..... 3 Credits

ATEC 115 Fundamentals of BusinessComputer Apps (GEC 2) ..... 3 Credits

ACCT 185 Survey of Accounting - OR -

BIOL 101 General Biology ** (GEC 2) ..... 3 Credits

BIOL 102 General Biology Lab** (GEC 2) ..... 1 Credits

MATH 130 College Algebra** - OR - (GEC 2)

BUSN 112 Business Mathematics (GEC 2) ..... 3 Credits

Semester Total : 15-16*

ACCT 215 Financial Accounting ..... 3 Credits

BUSN 201 Business Law ..... 3 Credits

ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics (GEC 4) ..... 3 Credits

ENGL 102 English Composition II (GEC 1) ..... 3 Credits

MGMT 202 Principles of Management ..... 3 Credits

Semester Total : 15

ECON 201 Principles of Microeconomics** - OR - (GEC 4)

FINC 280 Financial Management ..... 3 Credits

ACCT 216 Managerial Accounting ..... 3 Credits

BUSN 230 Business Communications and Ethics (GEC 3) ..... 3 Credits

ACCT 235 Integrated Computer Accounting ..... 3 Credits

ACCT 290 Individual Income Tax* ..... 3 Credits

Semester Total : 15

MRKT 205 Fundamentals of Marketing ..... 3 Credits

ACCT 285 Intermediate Accounting* ..... 3 Credits

ACCT 286 Cost Accounting * AND Restricted Elective ..... 4 Credits - OR -

ACCT 291 Certified Bookkeeper and Accounting Review* ..... 6 Credits

BUSN 266 Business Internship - OR -

BUSN 296 Business Statistics* (GEC 4) ..... 2-3* Credits

BUSN 298* Business Studies Seminar ..... 1 Credits

Semester Total : 14*-15