Accounting (Code 128)
Associate of Business
This program prepares students for responsible positions in the accounting department of small businesses and for support positions in larger firms in both financial and manufacturing accounting. The program includes a thorough study of the accounting cycle, cost accounting, tax accounting, budgeting, inventory valuation, and statement analysis. Business law, written and oral communications, and computer applications are included in the course work.
To be eligible to receive an Accounting Associate Business degree, a student must meet the course and credit requirements. Transfer credits may be used to meet graduation requirements; however, a degree candidate must complete at least six credits in accounting from GRCC with a "C" or better.
Advance standing credit may be granted for BA 133 to graduates of high school programs that are members of the Kent Metropolitan Articulation Project.
Cooperative Education in Business (BA 180 and BA 181) is strongly recommended as an elective in this program.