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Accounting (AAS)

Minimum required credits for AAS: 62


The WSC Accounting program is continually growing and jobs in the field are abundant. Accounting is currently one of the top associate's degree in the country. After a two year program with WSC, students will be fully prepared to obtain a local job in the field.

The objective of the Accounting program is to provide graduates with the necessary skills to qualify for positions in places like accounting firms, financial institutions, small businesses, manufacturing companies, department stores, construction companies, and schools.


The student will be able to:

  1. Use accounting information to enhance business planning, decision making, problem solving, and management control.
  2. Prepare records of business activities according to accepted accounting principles and techniques.
  3. Use fundamental tax laws and principles to prepare an individual income tax return.


ACCT 200 | Elements of Accounting I (3 credits)
ACCT 201 | Elements of Accounting II (3 credits)
ACCT 205 | Cost Accounting (3 credits)
ACCT 215 | Business in the Legal Environment (3 credits)
ACCT 231 | Income Tax Procedures (3 credits)
BADM 201 | Principles of Marketing (3 credits)
BADM 202 | Principles of Management (3 credits)
BOTE 247 | Spreadsheet Applications (3 credits)
COOP 197 | Cooperative Education/Internship (1 credit)
ECON 201 | Principles of Microeconomics (3 credits)
ECON 202 | Principles of Macroeconomics (3 credits)


COMM 110 | Fundamentals of Public Speaking (3 credits)
CSCI 101 | Introduction to Computers (3 credits)
ENGL 125 | Introduction to Professional Writing (3 credits)
MATH 103 | College Algebra (3 credits)

*In addition to the above program specific requirements, please see the general graduation requirements for CTE programs.
**The suggested general education courses are not required, but are recommended for a career in accounting.

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