AAS in Business Administration/Accounting
An Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting encompasses an introduction to human resources management, business management, administration, economics, accounting principles, and finance. This degree typically takes two years to complete and students take coursework that hones their skills in business ethics and law, software applications, and business organizational strategies. By concentrating in Accounting, students may zero in on cost and payroll accounting, federal income tax law, and financial accounting for partnerships and corporations. While obtaining an Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting, students will take classes in general business administration as well as general education courses and accounting studies. Students who graduate with this degree may continue onward to pursue their bachelor’s and are aware that they will be prepped to pursue entry level business positions such as office manager, customer service representative, tax auditor, or administrative assistant. An Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting can be earned in person at a traditional university or online through a virtual college. Many different degree programs are available. Depending on financial concerns, time management, and how flexible their desired schedules should be, these factors will assist in determining which avenues students take when procuring their degrees.
- Financial Accounting
- Integrated Marketing Communications
- Principles in Marketing
- Business Administration
Colleges Offering Degree
- Kaplan University
- Sanford-Brown College
- University of Alaska Southeast
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