About Our Program
If you're interested in business and finance, an accounting degree or certificate might be for you.
Our program will expose you to all aspects of accounting, from auditing to tax prep. All our courses meet the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) unit requirement and the A.A. in accounting can be completed fully online.
Take accounting and tax courses to fulfill the CPA educational unit requirement and to prepare for the CPA exam. Enroll in Accounting 67 and Accounting 68 series to prepare for the Enrolled Agent exam.
For more information, see The CPA Education Requirements
Spring Accounting Courses
You can still register for our late-start courses this spring. Check out our Advance
Tax Course selection below.
Advanced Tax Courses Offered May 16-June 24
Consider registering for ACTG 68A, ACTG 68B, and/or ACTG 68C in Spring 2022.
The advanced tax series is designed to prepare students for Special Enrollment Exam to become an Enrolled Agent with the IRS.
After completion of ACTG 67, you can enroll in ACTG 68A, ACTG 68B, and/or in ACTG 68C. There are no additional prerequisite requirements, and these courses can be taken in any order.
These courses will be delivered 100% online and offered as a late-start 6-week course from May 16-June 24.
- ACTG 68A (5 credits) covers tax fundamentals of Sole Proprietorships & Partnerships
- ACTG 68B (5 credits) covers fundamentals of Corporate & Estate/Trust taxation
- ACTG 68C (3 credits) covers current federal income tax administration and procedures
11% Projected growth for accountants through 2024
What can you do with a degree in Accounting?
- Payroll Clerk
- Accounts Receivable/Payable Clerk
- Tax Analyst
- Budget Analyst
- Financial Analyst
Degree & Program Types
Check out the list below for a quick view of our accounting programs. Also view the
Guided Pathway Road Maps for our AA and CA programs.
- For program requirements and full course listings, view degrees and certificates information.
Note: Certificates of Proficiency and Career Certificates are non-transcriptable and consist of 13-35 units. These Certificates are designed as a career advancement tool. Courses focus on practical knowledge and skill development.
Associate in Arts Degree
Certificate of Achievement (CA)
Certificate of Proficiency
Accounting Career Certificates are non-transcriptable and consist of 13-35 units. These Certificates are designed as a career advancement tool. Courses focus on practical knowledge and skill development.
See course catalog for detailed descriptions.
See schedule of classes for courses offered this and upcoming term.
- ACTG 1A: Financial Actg I
- ACTG 1B: Financial Actg II
- ACTG 1C: Managerial Actg
- ACTG60: Actg for Sm. Bus
- ACTG 64A: Quickbooks
- ACTG 64B: Excel for Actg
- ACTG 65: Payroll
- ACTG 51A: Intermediate Actg I
- ACTG 51B: Intermediate Actg II
- ACTG 51C: Intermediate Actg III
- ACTG 52: Adv. Actg
- ACTG 53: Fin. Stmt. Analysis
- ACTG 58: Auditing
- ACTG 59: Fraud
- ACTG 66: Cost Actg
- ACTG67: Indiv. Tax
- ACTG68A: Adv. Tax I
- ACTG 68B: Adv. Tax II
- ACTG 75: Governmental Actg
- ACTG 76: Ethics in Actg
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Lisa Drake, Accounting Department Co-Chair
|Also contact co-chair Sara Seyedin at 650.949.7483 or firstname.lastname@example.org|
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