Accounting Clerk CC

Business Department | C.C. Certificate of Completion | One year

Become an Accounting Clerk at Clackamas Community College and in one year, you can earn your certificate to begin work in tax preparation, financial reporting and more.

From investigating accounting discrepancies to generating financial reports and statements, accounting clerks perform a number of roles in all different types of businesses including large multi-national corporations and small local companies. Graduates of the Accounting Clerk program at Clackamas Community College can go on to specialize in tax preparation or general accounting assistant work. This program can be completed entirely online, and there are also in-person classes for those interested.

Accounting Clerk CC

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Description and Outcomes

Accounting Clerk Core Requirements

Complete the following Core Requirements
  • BA-101
  • Introduction to Business
  • 4
  • BA-111
  • General Accounting I
  • 3
  • BA-112
  • General Accounting II
  • 4
  • BA-131
  • Introduction to Business Computing
  • 4
  • BA-177
  • Payroll Accounting
  • 3
  • BA-211
  • Financial Accounting
  • 4
  • BA-228
  • Computerized Accounting
  • 3
  • CS-135S
  • Microsoft Excel
  • 3
  • EC-201
  • Principles of Economics: MICRO
  • 4
 

Computation Related Instruction

Complete MTH-050
  • MTH-050*
  • Technical Mathematics I
  • 4
 

Communication Related Instruction

Complete WR-121
  • WR-121
  • English Composition
  • 4
 

Human Relations Related Instruction

Complete BA-285
  • BA-285
  • Human Relations in Business
  • 4
 

Program Electives

Complete 1-4 credits of Accounting Clerk Program Electives. This may consist of any Business Administration (BA) or Business Technology (BT) course not included in the Accounting Clerk program, or FYE-101 or LIB-101.
 

Notes

*or higher, based on advising placement. Substitute college transfer courses for these courses if you plan to continue your education at a higher education institution. It is recommended that you consult with a faculty or academic advisor for the transfer requirements of the specific advanced program or school.
 
Courses in this program can be applied to satisfy elective requirements in the Business AAS degree.
 
Total Credits Required: 45-48
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Contact Us

Becky Fidler

503-594-3071

becky.fidler@clackamas.edu

Streeter Hall, Room 132