• Accounting

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    The Accounting program at Clackamas Community College emphasizes developing an advanced understanding of accounting principles, analytical skills and the capacity to solve problems. Students should have the ability to reason, read with comprehension and compute math applications.

    The program is not designed to lead to a traditional fouryear business administration degree, although it may articulate with accelerated and nontraditional programs such as those offered by private universities.

    Program Outcomes

    Successful completion of this degree program should prepare students for entry-level employment in accounting and office careers. Students completing this degree may sit for a civil service exam at level GS8. They will analyze, summarize and record financial transactions and prepare summary statements for small and medium-sized businesses, both manually and using computerized systems.

    Careers

    Career opportunities include GS8 Accountant I, bookkeeper, data-entry clerk, financial staff accountant, cost accountant and general office clerk.

    For information contact Hugo Grimaldi, 503-594-3073 or hugog@clackamas.edu  

    Accounting -Year 1

    • Complete the following Fall Term requirements.

    • BA-101 Introduction to Business 
      BA-104 Business Math 
      BA-211 Financial Accounting I 
      BA-226 Business Law I 
      WR-121 English Composition 
    • Complete the following Winter Term requirements.

    • BA-131 Introduction to Business Computing 
      BA-156 Business Forecasting 
      BA-177 Payroll Accounting 
      BA-212 Financial Accounting II 
      BA-251 Supervisory Management 
    • Complete the following Spring Term requirements.

    • BA-205 Solving Communication Problems With Technology 
      BA-213 Decision Making With Accounting Information 
      BA-218 Personal Finance 
      BA-285 Human Relations in Business 

    Accounting -Year 2

    • Complete the following Fall Term requirements.

    • BA-223 Principles of Marketing 
      BA-256 Income Tax Accounting 
      • TAKE 1 CREDIT OF PE/HEALTH REQUIREMENT.
      Physical Education
      Health
      Health/Physical Education
    • Complete the following Winter Term requirements.

    • BA-206 Management Fundamentals 
      BA-216 Cost Accounting 
      BA-222 Financial Management 
      BA-227 Business Law II 
    • Complete the following Spring Term requirements.

    • BA-217 Budgeting for Managers 
      BA-228 Computerized Accounting 
      BA-255 Advanced Topics in Accounting & Auditing 
      • TAKE BA-225 OR WR-227.
      BA-225 Business Report Writing 
      WR-227 Technical Report Writing 
      • TAKE 3 CREDITS OF BA-280.
      BA-280 Business/CWE 

    Accounting Program Electives

    • Take 3 credits of Accounting Program Electives.

      • Take 3 credits of BA/BT courses not already included in the Accounting AAS program.
      Business Administration
      Business Technology
  • Contact our Business Department

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    Email us: marys@clackamas.edu

    Call us: 503-594-3071

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