Courses & Programs

Accounting

Leah Russell

Faculty, Business

Business and Technology

Kittredge Center 413

413.552.2312 (Tel)


What will you learn?

Accounting is an associate degree program that includes foundation business courses and specialized accounting courses. Many baccalaureate institutions accept this program as a transfer option in their accounting programs.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Upon graduating from this program, students will:

  • Possess the skills needed to secure a full-charge bookkeeper position
  • Be able to analyze and interpret basic financial statements
  • Be able to evaluate accounting data and integrate the disciplines of accounting and management

what will you do?

Transfer to a four-year college or university, or go right into the workforce! Job and career options include:

  • Financial accounting
  • Auditing
  • Budget analysis
  • Tax planning

Explore your options at HCC's Advising, Career and Transfer Center, or at What Can I Do With This Major?

62 total credits

23 credits General Education Requirements + 36 credits Program Requirements

Depending on course selection, 50% of this program can be completed online.


General Education Requirements

23 CREDITS

Electives


Choose from any ACC, BUS, HCA, LAW, MGT, MKT, SPO course.


Students who intend to transfer to a baccalaureate program should look at the following options: B023 Business Administration MassTransfer to state universities including UMass and Westfield State University; B034 Business Administration General Transfer to most four-year private colleges; B045 Paralegal Option for transfer to Elms College and Bay Path University; B056 Hospitality Management Transfer to state universities including UMass and to Johnson & Wales University; or B096 Sport Management transfer to state and private universities.