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Because organizations of all types and sizes need someone to help them manage their books, handle payroll and calculate taxes, accounting is one of the most stable careers out there. Get started in this field by earning your associate of arts in accounting from FNU.
In this 60 credit Associate of Arts in Accounting program, you’ll learn the fundamentals of modern accounting to prepare you for employment as an entry-level accountant, bookkeeper or accounting clerk. You’ll learn general accounting procedures and principles, plus general business skills to help you launch a career as a professional accountant.
Communications (9 Credits)
English Composition I*
Fundamentals of Oral Communication
Humanities (6 Credits)
Behavioral/Social Science (3 Credits)
Principles of Macroeconomics
Mathematics (7 Credits)
College Algebra I*
Introduction to Statistics*
Computers (7 Credits)
Introduction to Information Technology
Spreadsheet Applications for Business*
College Study Skills
Principles of Accounting l
ACG 2003 L
Principles of Accounting l Lab
Principles of Accounting ll*
ACG 2004 L
Principles of Accounting ll Lab*
Principles of Microeconomics
Ethics & Social Responsibility
Income Tax Accounting
End of Program Assessment
*This course has prerequisites; check course descriptions.
An Associate of Arts (A.A.) program is a two-year course of study that covers the core materials needed to complete the first two years of a four-year bachelor’s degree.