Simplifying the path
This Roadmap is provided as a SAMPLE GUIDE showing what a full-time student's schedule MAY look like. There is no guarantee that all classes will be offered each semester or that classes will have space available. You must meet all prerequisite requirements prior to registering for a class.
Please check the LMC Catalog and
consult with an LMC
Counselor. Visit the Business Program Website
for more information. The Business Department also offers degrees in Small Business Operations and
Degrees and Certificates:
Note: We recommend that students have assessed into MATH-012 and ENGL-090 or higher or completed the class before taking many Business classes. Students should also know Microsoft Office or take BUS-035. Please see catalog for advisories for each class.
|GE/Electives (AS only)||Business Electives*|
|GE/Electives (AS only)|
|GE/Electives (AS only)||GE/Electives (AS only)|
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 examiners assistant. The Business Department also offers a transfer curriculum to a four-year university.
Bookkeeping, Accounting and Auditing Clerks: $12.08-$28.91/hour
Accountant or Auditor: $20.86 - $56.18/hour
Tax Preparers: $10.25-$39.94/hour
Payroll and Time Keeping Clerks: $13.32-$29.27/hour
For the Associate of Science Degree in Accounting, complete 23 units of coursework listed above as well as the LMC General Education requirements.
For the Certificate of Achievement in Accounting, complete 23 units of coursework listed above.