PCC’s Accounting program offers you a comprehensive understanding of the theory and practice of modern accounting. Our full-time Accounting faculty has extensive experience working with industry partners and our instructors understand industry trends as well as the needs of today’s employees. They utilize innovative best practices to create courses for today’s students.
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What will I learn?
PCC’s Accounting program places a strong emphasis on logical reasoning, enabling you to solve accounting problems and make sound accounting policy decisions.
You’ll learn to use state-of-the-art equipment with industry-standard instructional materials, including the current software used in today’s business world. You will also have opportunities to engage in work-based learning, including enrollment in an internship course.
Many accounting careers, such as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), require a bachelor’s or master’s degree from a university. If you intend to transfer, enroll in the Business Management Associate of Arts degree. Check with your advisor concerning the transfer of courses to four-year colleges.