Ammerman - Eastern - Grant
Hegis Code - 5002, CIP Code - 52.0302

Program Learning OutcomesCurriculum Code: ACCT-AAS

     This two-year program, leading to the Associate in Applied Science degree, is designed for students who plan to seek accounting positions in business, industry or governmental agencies upon completion of two years of college study. The program also meets the needs of employed individuals desirous of job advancement who wish to learn applications of accounting theory to current practices in the field. Finally, the program offers preparation for possible transfer since most courses are acceptable for credit at four-year colleges.

FIRST SEMESTER: 15 credits Credits
ACC101: Financial Accounting I 3
BUS112: Computing for Business  
  or CST101: Introduction to Computing 4
BUS115: College/Workplace Skills Seminar 1
  ECO111: Macroeconomics: The National Economy  
  or ECO112: Microeconomics: Prices and Markets 3
  ENG101: Standard Freshman Composition 3
  Physical Education Elective 1
SECOND SEMESTER: 18 credits Credits
ACC102: Financial Accounting II 4
ACC137: Computer Accounting Principles 4
BUS101: Introduction to Business 3
  English Elective 3
* Social Sciences Elective 3
  Physical Education Elective 1
THIRD SEMESTER: 15-18 credits Credits
ACC212: Electronic Spreadsheet Applications for Accounting  
  or ACC214: Corporate Finance 3-4
Accounting Elective 3-4
BUS117: Business Communications 3
LAW111: Business Law I 3
** Mathematics Elective 3-4
FOURTH SEMESTER: 12-13 credits Credits
ACC116: Practical Accounting 3
  Humanities Elective 3
LAW212: Business Law II 3
  Mathematics or Science Elective 3-4

*Students considering transfer to a four-year college should complete ECO111 and ECO112.
**Recommended: MAT103.
These courses constitute the major courses in this curriculum.
 NOTE: See Transfer Agreements for articulation agreements with four-year colleges and universities.

Accounting and Business 37-39 credits
Humanities 9 credits
Social Sciences 6 credits
Mathematics/Science 6-8 credits
Physical Education 2 credits