Saturday – March 28, 2015





Downtown Milwaukee, Oak Creek and West Allis campuses
Also offered entirely online


Designed to provide you with fundamental accounting skills in a range of applications, the program includes specialized areas such as auditing, cost, taxes, governmental, nonprofit and computerized accounting. Students develop a competence in financial, managerial, tax and payroll accounting. Success is enhanced by abilities to organize complex data and to perform arithmetic computations quickly and accurately.

Career Outlook: Qualified accounting applicants continue to be in demand. Employment opportunities exist in banking, business and industry, government offices and nonprofit organizations.

Added Career Value: You can earn the Accounting Assistant diploma on your way to completing this degree.


Program Code: 10-101-1

Start Dates: August/January

Detailed Program Information:
Fall 2014 – Spring 2015 Course Requirements

Accounting AAS Program Card

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