Associate in Applied Science—Transfer
Graduates of this program may seek employment in public, private, and/or governmental entities as bookkeepers, accounting technicians, accounting support, tax preparers or payroll assistants. This program is designed to transfer to Old Dominion University.
- Keyboarding proficiency of 35+ words-a-minute, one error per minute, is required for graduation. Students may take BSTEC 110 to develop proficiency or may take a keyboarding test to verify proficiency.
- Ten-key calculator proficiency of 9,000 keystrokes per hour. Students may take BSTEC 132 to develop the required proficiency or may take a 10-key test to verify proficiency.
Program Outcomes Upon completion of this program, successful students will have demonstrated the ability to apply their skills and knowledge in the following ways:
- Effectively apply components of the accounting equation in analyzing business transactions.
- Analyze financial information and statements.
- Maintain and evaluate internal control procedures.
- Effectively use a variety of computer software to process accounting information and documents.
- Apply mathematical concepts to typical accounting and business situations.
- Effectively communicate orally and in writing in the context of common business practices.
- Work as a team member in an office environment to accomplish the goals of the organization.
- Define, explain, correctly spell, and effectively use accounting and business terminology.
|ACCT&||201||Prin of Accounting I||5|
|ACCT&||202||Prin of Accounting II*||5|
|ACCT&||203||Prin of Accounting III*||5|
|BSTEC||124||MS Excel Specialist*||4|
|BSTEC||231||Practical Fund Accounting*||5|
|BSTEC||239||Taxation for Business*||5|
|ENGL&||101||English Composition I*||5|
|OLRM||220||Human Relations in the Workplace||3|
|Total Credits Required||91|
*See course description for prerequisite.
Source: 2013-2014 Olympic College Catalog