Wednesday – July 27, 2016
Downtown Milwaukee, Oak Creek and West Allis campuses
Also offered entirely online
Designed to provide fundamental accounting skills in a range of applications, this program is a good fit for students who like to work with numbers. You will learn about auditing, cost, tax, payroll, governmental, nonprofit and computerized accounting.
Career Outlook: Qualified accounting applicants continue to be in demand. Employment opportunities exist in banking, business and industry, government offices and nonprofit organizations.
Career Pathway: You can earn the Accounting Bookkeeper trainee certificate and the Accounting Assistant technical diploma on your way to completing this degree.
Students completing ACCTG-130 Computerized Accounting are prepared to take the QuickBooks Certification Exam from Intuit; students in ACCTG-122 Accounting Software Applications are prepared to take the MS Office Excel Specialist Certification Exam.
Program Code: 10-101-1
Start Dates: August/January
Detailed Program Information:
Fall 2016 - Spring 2017 Course Requirements
Credit for Prior Learning and Experience