If you like to find answers to questions, like to unravel plots with the evidence at hand, accounting may be the field for you. There are currently more than 2.4 million people employed in bookkeeping and accounting clerk positions, and the field promises to continue offering opportunities to newcomers.
The associate degree in accounting technology provides students with a broad range of practical accounting skills, communication skills, team work experience and general studies. These combined skills prepare students for immediate entry into the accounting technology field in numerous environments including manufacturing, retail, service and governmental organizations.
The associate's degree is granted after the successful completion of 61-62 semester hours of coursework. Because professionals in rapidly changing technology fields must continually upgrade their skills, all credits earned in the accounting technology associate's degree can be applied toward a Bachelor of Science in Technology.