Accounting Technology Operations—Certificate
Entry-level accounting professionals join their fields with a foundation in basic accounting principles, procedures, and theories of organizing, analyzing and recording business and financial transactions; and the preparation of accompanying financial records and reports.
Accounting and finance clerks are critical thinkers, pay close attention to detail, and enjoy the process of checks and balances. Accounting technology involves the use of accounting software and therefore requires knowledge of current programs that are useful in the industry.
The purpose of this program is to prepare students for employment in entry-level accounting positions. Program content prepares students in the principles, procedures and theories of organizing, recording and maintaining financial records.
Full-time students may complete the program in less than one year. Part-time students may require additional time.
This program can be completed on East Campus in Dade City, North Campus in Brooksville and West Campus in New Port Richey. General education courses and some accounting courses may be completed on Spring Hill Campus.
All courses for this degree are offered in a traditional classroom setting. At least 75 percent of the courses from this program are also offered online.