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Computer Information Major

Associate Degree Course Sequence

SSC101  Student Success Seminar
ENG124  College Composition
BUS124  Business Analysis with Algebra
BUS121  Business Administration
ITD122  Computer Applications for Professionals
ACC130  Business Law & Ethics
ACC132  Financial Accounting
ACC127  Quantitative Business Statistics
COM121  Effective Speaking
BUS221  Microeconomics
Arts & Humanities Elective
ACC221  Intermediate Accounting I
ACC133  Managerial Accounting
ACC228  Business Taxation
Technical Elective
CPD121  Data Modeling and Database Design
AOT226  Spreadsheet Microsoft Excel
AOT236  Database Applications Microsoft Access
ACC225  Auditing or ACC237 Fraud Examination
MTH106  Math for Technology
ACC229  Computerized Accounting Applications
Technical Elective II

TOTAL CREDITS 72-73

The accounting program – computer information major curriculum should provide the student with a foundation in accounting theory and related courses in other areas of business, along with a highly developed computer competency. The student will learn a number of the most widely used software applications such as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access and QuickBooks and how to use them to implement accounting functions.

These courses should provide the student with the necessary computer skills to effectively communicate and present data and materials to co-workers and clients. The students’ exposure to computer application software and database development using Access, in conjunction with the traditional accounting courses, should provide the accounting student with a rounded solid computer-based accounting degree.