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The Associate of Applied Science in Business - Accounting

Walters State's Associate of Applied Science Degree in Business - Accounting is designed to prepare successful graduates for entry-level employment opportunities as a paraprofessional in accounting. The program recognizes the demand of accounting professionals and business owners for employees who are proficiently trained in all areas of record keeping and account reconciliation.

A.A.S. in Business - Accounting Curriculum

The Associate of Science in Accounting

A.S. in Accounting TTP Curriculum

The accounting environment is changing rapidly. Tennessee law now requires candidates wishing to become certified public accountants to have 150 semester hours of college education--the equivalent of five years at a college or university.

Not everyone can or is willing to devote so much time to a course of study. Walters State has an alternative. Earn a two-year degree in Management with a concentration in Accounting. You will be prepared to go to work immediately as a paraprofessional in accounting offices and small businesses. And if you decide you want to enhance your professional accountant credentials, you can easily continue your education at a senior institution because approximately 70 percent of your coursework will transfer to most colleges and universities.