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Accounting (AA/AS)

Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS)

Featured Faculty - Spanish/Accounting

 Maren Furuseth
 Maren Furuseth 
Instructor - Full time
701-774-4298

 

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    Degree Requirements

    16 credits completed in residence
    2.00 (C) grade point average
    62 total credits
    ASC 100-Freshman Seminar

    Associate in Arts (AA)
    General Education Requirements

    Associate in Science (AS)
    General Education Requirements

    The accounting curriculum provides a sound base in the liberal arts and sciences, a general understanding of business, a solid technical base in accounting, and the ability to communicate.

    The curriculum outlined below is based on most common baccalaureate program requirements. Students may earn an Associate's degree in Liberal Arts at WSC, but must transfer to a baccalaureate campus to complete a Bachelor's degree in Accounting.

    Suggested Courses                                                                          Credits

    ACCT 200
    ACCT 201
    ACCT 205
    ACCT 215
    ACCT 231
    BADM 201
    BADM 202
    BOTE 188
    BOTE 210
    COMM 212
    COMM 217
    ECON 201
    ECON 202
    ENGL 125
    MATH 103
    MATH 146
    MATH 210

    Elements of Accounting I
    Elements of Accounting II
    Cost Accounting
    Business in the Legal Environment
    Income Tax Procedures
    Principles of Marketing
    Principles of Management
    Computerized Accounting
    Business Communication
    Interpersonal Communication
    Organizational Communication
    Principles of Microeconomics
    Principles of Macroeconomics
    Introduction to Professional Writing
    College Algebra
    Applied Calculus
    Elementary Statistics

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    The courses listed above are reflective of those most commonly required in preparation for transfer to another college or university. For specific baccalaureate degree requirements, students should consult the catalog of the campus to which they intend to transfer.