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Accounting Technician A.A.S.

calculator.jpgAccounting Technicians and Bookkeepers play a supporting role in the maintenance and verification of financial records. Entering numbers and other data driven figures is an everyday task. These workers aid in payroll, internal audits, identifying account discrepancies, receiving invoices and paying bills. They issue reimbursements, disperse purchase orders and help prepare tax reports.


  • Accounts Receivable Clerk
  • Timekeeper
  • Ledger Clerk

 *Information taken from the Bureau of Labor Statistics

Curriculum: The program curriculum is listed below. The following courses must be taken sequentially: ACCT 200, ACCT 201, ACCT 294, and ACCT 297.

Begin with ACCT 200 early in your program. Courses offered by DCB are linked to pages providing additional information about the courses such as prerequisites, course objectives, semesters offered, etc.

Course  # Course Title SH Semester Campus
ACCT 200 Elements of Accounting I 3 Fall, Summer DCB

ACCT 201 Elements of Accounting II  3 Spring DCB

ACCT 215 Business in the Legal Environment 3 Fall, Spring DCB

ACCT 260

Accounting Information Systems

2 Spring, Summer DCB

ACCT 294

Independent Study

3 Fall, Spring DCB

*ASC 087 College Writing Preparation 3 Fall, Spring, Summer DCB

BOTE 108 Business Math 3 Fall, Spring, Summer DCB

BOTE 147 Word Processing 3 Fall, Spring DCB

BOTE 152 Keyboarding II 3 Fall, Spring, Summer DCB

BOTE 209 Office Management 3 Fall DCB

BOTE 210 Business Communications 3 Fall, Spring DCB

BOTE 217 Records Management 3 Fall, Spring, Summer DCB

BOTE 247 Spreadsheet Applications 3 Spring, Summer DCB

BOTE 297 Cooperative Education 2 Fall, Spring DCB

CARS 105 Job Search 1 Fall, Spring, Summer DCB

CIS 104 Microcomputer Database 3 Fall, Summer DCB

CSCI 101 Introduction to Computers 3 Fall, Spring, Summer DCB

COMM 110 Fundamentals of Public Speaking 3 Fall, Spring, Summer DCB

ECON 201 Principles of Microeconomics 3    ***NDUS College

ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics 3    ***NDUS College

ENGL 110 College Composition I 3 Fall, Spring, Summer DCB

HPER 100 Concepts of Wellness & Fitness 2 Fall, Spring, Summer DCB

Elective **Business or Technology Elective 3   DCB

Elective  **Business Elective 3   DCB

*Waived by scoring high enough on ACT.

**Contact your advisor to see which classes will work for these electives.

***These courses are available at other campuses in the NDUS. DCB students will need to register collaboratively with another institution to take these courses.

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