Degree conferred: Associate in Applied Science - 65 credits
Program contact: Division of Business/Computers & Information Systems, (815) 921-3101
Graduates of this program will play a central role in the financial life of a business or client. They will learn to assemble, identify, record, and interpret financial information in private and public accounting. Students who decide to go on to pursue a bachelor’s degree will find other opportunities available in a wide range of
Graduates of this program are prepared to assume positions such as accounting technician, accounting assistant, accounting clerk, or bookkeeper.
Graduates of this degree (or program) have limited transfer options. Students are advised to contact the institution to which they plan to transfer to ensure course transfer credit availability. Students should also consult with an academic advisor, or the Dean or Academic Chair of the Accounting program.
|ATG-120||Microcomputer Spreadsht Applns. in Acctg||(2)|
|ATG-123||Gen Ledger Software Applications Account||(2)|
|ATG-215||Intermediate Accounting I||(4)|
|ATG-216||Intermediate Accounting II||(3)|
|ATG-218||Federal Income Tax||(4)|
|ATG-220||Fraud Detection and Deterrence||(3)|
|BUS-101||Introduction to Business||(3)|
|BUS-200||Legal Environment in Business, or|
|BUS-203||Economics for Business||(3)|
|BUS-279||Principles of Finance||(3)|