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Accounting

Whether you're preparing for a career in accounting or want to improve your understanding of the "language of business," the Accounting Program is designed to help you complete a variety of educational goals.

We integrate the use of technology in all accounting courses. The degree includes courses in economics, finance and law.

Courses may also assist you complete your educational requirements for professional certifications such as: Certified Public Accountant; Certified Managerial Accountant, Certified Bookkeeper; Certified Payroll Professional

What can I do when I receive my Accounting degree?

After completion of your A.A.S. Degree in Accounting you have several options. Industry and government offer a broad spectrum of accounting opportunities.

  • Full Charge Bookkeeper
  • Payroll Specialist
  • Managerial Accountant
  • Income Tax Preparation
  • Cost Accountant
  • Fixed Asset Management

Full- and part-time positions are available. Visit Colorado Department of Labor and Employment for opportunities in Colorado or the U.S. Department of Labor for a listing of job openings across the country.

Transfer options

Within the A.A. Degree-Business Transfer Concentration, ACC 121 and ACC 122 are included as transferable courses to several Colorado public four-year institutions such as Colorado State University, Metropolitan State College of Denver and the University of Colorado Denver.

The A.A.S. Degree in Accounting will transfer to: Regis University, DeVry University

For additional information regarding the Accounting Program, go to  FAQ’s, course sequencing guide and accounting degree requirements.

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