Computer information | Stark State College - North Canton, Ohio

Computer information

Get skilled in the most widely used software applications – including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access and QuickBooks – and their accounting functions. Not only will you get a foundation in accounting theory and other business areas, you’ll graduate with a highly developed computer competency.

In addition, the associate degree in accounting can be earned completely online. With online classes and flexible scheduling including day, and/or evening classes, students can complete an associate degree in accounting in as little as two years.

Work in many areas, including

  • small to mid-size companies

Prepare for a career as a/an

  • entry-level accounting clerk
  • accountant
  • associate of applied business in accounting
  • Franklin University
  • Walsh University

Accreditation Information

Accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs; www.acbsp.org

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Program learning outcomes

  • Prepare and analyze the various types of financial information essential for internal and external recordkeeping, reporting and decision making.
  • Interpret and apply laws and regulations for the purpose of various types of business tax reporting, compliance and planning.
  • Apply appropriate mathematical concepts, such as time value of money, to business decisions.
  • Identify and implement sound internal accounting controls to ensure safeguarding of an entity’s assets, preparation and reporting of reliable financial information, and compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
  • Prepare and analyze the various types of financial information essential for internal and external recordkeeping, reporting and decision making.

Program scholarships

  • Institute of Management Accountants Scholarships
  • Daniel Schonhoft and Thomas Presper Accounting Technology Annual Scholarship

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