Accounting Management, Associate in Applied Science Degree
Program Description for Accounting Management
The Accounting Management program provides the fundamentals necessary to be able to
solve business-oriented accounting problems. Students obtain extensive hands-on experience
working "real-world" accounting problems including: payroll, cost and tax. Students
learn how to maintain reliable accounting records both manually and in a computerized
environment. Perhaps more importantly, students learn how to interpret and communicate
accounting information to non-accounting personnel for organizational use.
As an Accounting Management graduate, you will be prepared for a position as an entry-level, junior or paraprofessional accountant. Training in accounting is invaluable for management at all levels.
Award Options for Accounting Management
Job/Earnings Outlook for Accounting Management
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- expected job prospects
- what workers do on the job
- working conditions
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Locations: Scott Community College
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- Clinton Community College, 563-244-7000
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