Accounting and finance careers are the fast growing professions over the next 10 years in Southern California, with projected growth over 25%. To prepare you for one of the hottest careers today, the Accounting Department offers courses in all phases of accounting. From basic accounting principles and theories to tax preparation and stock market analysis, the curriculum emphasizes the use of software in a variety of accounting applications.
Accounting courses prepare students to enter exciting accounting positions in the public and private sectors in areas such as banking, retail and wholesale trades, and government.
Accounting Department courses may be taken to satisfy the requirements for the Associate in Arts or Associate in Science Degrees or Certificates of Achievement. Courses may also be applied for transfer credit toward an upper-division degree at a four-year college or university.
Chair, Accounting Professor
Dr. Alex Llorente
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