Associate in Applied Science

 

                in Accounting Technology 

 


Information from the 2012-2013 HCC Catalog, check here to see the most current HCC catalogs.

 

 

AAS • Accounting Technology

AAS.ACG.TECH (64 Credit Hours)

This program will prepare students for a position as an accountant or as an accounting paraprofessional in advanced professional accounting occupations requiring analysis, evaluation, theory and design.

The course work focuses on basic accounting functions as well as skills common to several fields of business, including finance, business law and general business topics.


 

General Education Requirements

ENC 1101 English Composition I ............ 3 cr.

MGF 1119 Introductory Mathematics w/Applications (non-transfer) or Mathematics General

Education (transfer) ............................... 3 cr.

PSY 2012 General Psychology ............... 3 cr.

SYG 2000 Introduction to Sociology ........ 3 cr.

Humanities General Education ................. 3 cr.

Program Required Courses

ACG 2021* Financial Accounting .............. 3 cr.

ACG 2071 Managerial Accounting .............. 3 cr.

ACG 2100 Intermediate Accounting I ........... 3 cr.

ACG 2110 Intermediate Accounting II ........... 3 cr.

ACG 2340 Cost Accounting I ........................ 3 cr.

ACG 2350 Cost Accounting II ........................ 3 cr.

ACG 2450 Microcomputers in Accounting ....... 3 cr.

CGS 1000 Introduction to Computers and Technology ........ 3 cr.

CGS 2301 Management Information Systems ....... 3 cr.

COP 1000 Programming Logic ........................... 3 cr.

ECO 2023 Principles of Microeconomics ............. 3 cr.

FIN 2001 Principles of Finance .............................. 3 cr.

MAN 1021 Principles of Management ..................... 3 cr.

OST 1335 Business Communications ................... 3 cr.

SPC 1006 Speech Improvement ........................... 1 cr.

TAX 2000 Federal Tax Accounting I ........................ 3 cr.

TAX 2010 Federal Tax Accounting II ....................... 3 cr.

* Recommended course(s) for the first semester.


 


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