Measure, communicate and interpret financial data.
Are you passionate about numbers, precision, and the world of finance? Are you ready to embark on a rewarding career that offers stability and countless opportunities? Look no further! Our Associate of Science in Accounting is your key to unlocking the doors to a prosperous and fulfilling future.
Immaculata’s Associate of Science in Accounting will help open doors to a stable profession with high earning potential. Gain a solid foundation in:
- Basic accounting principles and procedures
- Financial statement analysis
- Payroll accounting
- Business computer applications, such as Microsoft Excel
- Macro- and microeconomics
At A Glance
Program: Associate of Science in Accounting
Audience: Undergraduate adult learners
Format: Face-to-face classes
Next Start Date: January 16, 2024
Cost: $250 per credit
Time to Completion Approximately two years
"As a veteran, I was able to enjoy the wealth of knowledge and real-world experiences offered by a very diverse and compassionate faculty. Each one, although specializing in their own field of study, in their own unique way brought forth a challenge, and in this, a call to action on my part. I was worried at first, enrolling into a university as an adult learner. This was for fear of oversized classrooms and getting lost in the crowd. This thought process was quickly squashed when I was able to find the schedule that worked for me in the classroom setting that I could not be more grateful for. There was a good mix of adult learners and traditional students who found themselves enjoying the same freedom and benefits the evening and more flexible classes offered. As far as getting lost in the crowd, this was just not possible. The professor-to-student ratio was ideal, with plenty of one-on-one time available."
Higher education significantly increases your marketability and earning potential. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the median salary for bookkeeping, accounting and auditing clerks is $45,560.
Student Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the accounting degree program, students will:
- Demonstrate knowledge, skills, and capabilities essential to accounting for transactions and financial statements
- Understand the balance between theory and practice as it applies to the various sectors of the world of business, accounting, finance, marketing and economics
- Exercise effective interpersonal, communication and analytical skills
- Use technology strategically to enhance their productivity and effectiveness on both individual and organizational levels
- Evidence professionalism, integrity and ethics
- Learn from faculty with extensive business and accounting experience.
- Seamlessly continue your education in Immaculata’s bachelor’s degree in accounting.
- Transfer credits into this program or earn credit for workplace training through Immaculata’s Credit for Prior Learning program.
- Take pride in earning a respected credential that is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). This accreditation certifies that Immaculata’s business and accounting programs meet the rigorous educational standards established by ACBSP.
Major Courses 39 Credits
- Accounting Principles I 3 credits
- Accounting Principles II 3 credits
- Accounting Electives (Major Specific) 6 credits
- Business Computer Applications 3 credits
- Business Law I 3 credits
- Business Management 3 credits
- Macroeconomics 3 credits
- Microeconomics 3 credits
- Math Requirements (Major Specific) 6 credits
- Marketing Principles and Practices 3 credits
- Department Elective 3 credits
Liberal Arts Core 27 Credits (6 fulfilled by major)
- Composition (English/Writing) 6 credits
- Natural & Physical World/Quantitative Reasoning (Lab Science/Math) 3 credits, satisfied by major
- Human Creativity/Historical Consciousness & Social Consciousness/Global Society
- (Art, Literature/History/Social Science/Economics/Foreign Language, Culture) 3 credits satisfied by major, 9 credits total
- Pursuit of Faith (Religion, Theology) 6 credits
- Pursuit of Wisdom (Philosophy) 3 credits
Electives 3 Credits
Total 63 Credits