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 subject areas such as taxes, auditing, cost, governmental, nonprofit and computerized accounting. Success in this field 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.
Career Pathway: You can earn the Accounting Bookkeeper trainee certificate and the Accounting Assistant technical diploma on your way to completing this degree.
Students in ACCTG-130 Computerized Accounting will take the QuickBooks Certification Exam from Intuit. Students in ACCTG-122 Accounting Software Applications will take the MS Office Excel Specialist Certification Exam.
Program Code: 10-101-1
Start Dates: August/January
Detailed Program Information:
Fall 2015 – Spring 2016 Course Requirements