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Accounting Program

Overview

The Accounting program (ACAAS) at MCC prepares students for today’s business organizations with the knowledge and skills needed to analyze relevant information and make important business decisions ensuring efficiency and profitability. Accounting students enter careers in for-profit, nonprofit, government or as entrepreneurs. Career options include positions as bookkeepers, accounting clerks, and public accountants.

Job & Salary Outlook

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LEARNING GOALS:

  • Prepare, analyze, and interpret financial statements in accordance with General Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
  • Apply GAAP to advanced accounting topics.
  • Evaluate business decisions using managerial accounting methods.
  • Analyze and prepare transactions and forms for tax filings.
  • Analyze business transactions using technology, including QuickBooks.
  • Identify and apply the basic principles of economics, marketing, management, business law, and finance.
  • Apply ethical reasoning to accounting scenarios.

Degrees & Certificates Offered

ACADEMIC PATHWAYS

MCC Accounting students can pursue one or more stacked credentials as they path to completion.


For More information contact a business advisor:

MCC Elkhorn Valley Campus
Matt Gonzalez
Office Phone: 531.622.4643
mrgonzalez2@mccneb.edu

MCC Fort Omaha Campus
DeLores Allison
Office Phone: 531.622.3842
diallison@mccneb.edu

MCC Sarpy Center
Tanya Lawrence
Office Phone: 531.622.1363
tlawrence2@mccneb.edu

Schedule

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Additional Program Details

ACBSP Accredited

Metropolitan Community College Business and Accounting degrees are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.