1580 | Accounting Technology – AS

The Associate in Science (AS) degree program in Accounting Technology prepares you for employment as an accounts receivable, accounts payable and payroll supervisor, a small business accountant, an accounting technician in a professional accounting/tax office, and other accounting related positions. You will also learn financial, cost, and managerial accounting principles and procedures; financial statement components and interpretation; management use of accounting information for strategic and operational planning and controlling; and related business issues.

Length: Two (2) years (60 credit hours)


Fall Term
  ENC 1101 Freshman English I (G.E.) 3
*^ MAC 1105 College Algebra OR Core Equivalent (G.E.) 3
  GEB 1011 Introduction to Business   3
  SLS          1106 First-Year Experience Seminar OR    
  LIS             2004     Research Strategies for College Students           1
+ ACG              2001 Financial Accounting I OR    
+ ACG    2021  Financial Accounting   3
Spring Term
*^ ACG    2011 Financial Accounting II   3
* ACG    2071 Managerial Accounting   3
  CGS            1100C Introduction to Microcomputers using Windows (G.E.) 3
  FIN      1100 Personal Finance   3
  OST       2335 Business Communications   3
Summer Term
* CGS        2510C Spreadsheet Applications   3
  SPC 2608 Fundamental Speech Communication (G.E.) 3

Fall Term
* ACG        2100 Intermediate Accounting I   3
   ECO 2013 Macroeconomics (G.E.) 3
  TAX 2000 Personal Income Tax   3
  AMH 1020 Introductory Survey Since 1877 OR (G.E.)  
  POS 1041 American Government (G.E.) 3
Spring Term
  LDR         2001 Introduction to Leadership   3
  BUL            2241 Business Law I   3
**      Accounting/Professional Elective   2-3
**      Humanities Core (G.E.) 3
**      Natural Sciences Core (G.E.) 3

Accounting/Professionals Electives:                                             

* ACG      1949 Co-op Education Training Assignment in Accounting   1-3
* ACG   2949 Co-op Education Training Assignment in Accounting        1-3
* ENT    1000 Introduction to Entrepreneurship           3

* Check the course descriptions for prerequisites.
** It is your responsibility to meet with the instructional supervisor or counselor to select the proper course to fulfill this requirement.
^ It may be necessary to first enroll in a lower level English, math, or reading course depending on college placement test scores.
+ If completing ACG 2021 instead of ACG 2001 and ACG 2011, you must also complete an additional 3 hour Accounting/Professional Elective.

NOTE:  If you have completed the SLS 1106 First-Year NOTE: If you have completed the First-Year NOTE:  If you have completed the First-Year NOTE:  If you have completed the First-Year NOTE:  If you have completed the First-Year Experience Seminar at another Florida institution, you may take the Research Strategies for College Students to fulfill the program credit hours