Academic Programs

Accountant, A.A.S  

Locations: Canby, Granite Falls, Jackson, Pipestone,
Worthington and Online.

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Accountants examine, analyze and interpret accounting data for the purpose of giving advice and preparing financial statements. Accountants also post details of business transactions, such as receipts, disbursements and payroll.

COURSE # COURSE TITLE CREDITS
Fall - Year 1
Principles of Accounting I 4
Business Math 3
Introduction to Microcomputers 3
General Education 5
Credits Fall - Year 1 15
Spring - Year 1
Principles of Accounting II 4
Special Projects 1
Payroll Accounting 3
Computerized Acct Applications I 2
Spreadsheet Concepts and Applications 2
Database Concepts and Applications 2
Credits Spring - Year 1 14
Fall - Year 2
Intermediate Accounting I 4
Income Tax I 4
Computerized Acct Applications II 2
General Education 5
Credits Fall - Year 2 15
Spring - Year 2
Intermediate Accounting II 2
Cost Accounting I 4
Fund/Nonprofit Accounting 3
Intermediate Accounting III Or 2
Internship 2
General Education 5
Credits Spring - Year 2 16
TOTAL CREDITS 60

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Updated:  si 1/30/14