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The Associate Degree and Certificate of Achievement curriculum in Accounting prepares students for entry-level positions and professional advancement in public, private, and governmental accounting. Entry-level employment opportunities include positions such as accounts payable / receivable clerk, payroll accountant, accounting paraprofessional, and tax examiner assistant. The Business Department also offers a transfer curriculum to a four-year university.
The Certificate of Achievement requires completion of 23 units of coursework listed below, and completion of all college proficiencies in English and Math.
The Associate of Science Degree requires completion of 23 units of coursework that includes the required courses listed below, a minimum of nine units from among the courses listed in the specializations below, and completion of all LMC general Education and Graduation requirements.
|Computer Assisted Accounting+|
|Accounting Principles I|
|Accounting Principles II|
|Introduction to Business|
Plus 6 units from the following:
|BUS-027:||Small Business Management|
|BUS-091:||Managing / Working in a Diverse Workforce|
|BUS-093:||Dealing with Difficult People|
|BUS-095:||Developing Customer Service Satisfaction|
|BUS-096:||Time Management and Goal Setting|
|BUS-170:***||OWEE in Business|
|BUS-900:****||Selected Topics in Business|
|Total Units Required in Major Courses|
|Meets reading / writing competency requirement for Certificate of Achievement.|
|Occupational work Experience Education in Business.|
|BUS 900 courses do not necessarily transfer to four-year colleges and universities (please see a counselor regarding transfer information & degree applicability).|