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Associate degree programs in Accounting:

Potomac College

Potomac College was founded in 1991 and has continued to offer programs leading to the Associate of Science in Accounting degree that is in high demand fields. Potomac College is unique in its devotion to one goal - the needs of the working adult.

An Associates degree in Accounting prepares students for entry-level positions in public accounting firms and other private, governmental and nonprofit organizations. Positions include staff accountants in public accounting firms or in finance, tax or cost departments of large companies.

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Globe University

Globe University provides skills training today's employers look for in job candidates. It is Globe University's mission to prepare students to enter and prosper in high-demand, rewarding careers in Accounting.

Accounting and Tax Specialist AAS degree offers the academic training needed for the new Registered Accounting Practitioner credential. This program contains all the courses in the management accounting program plus Tax I,Tax II,Business Law, and a capstone review course and provides the skills needed for eventual self-employment as well as for careers in the industry.

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Penn Foster

Penn Foster is one of the oldest and largest distance learning institutions in the world. The school provides programs and services that are designed to meet the life-long learning needs of the adult learner.

With Penn Foster College distance learning, you can earn your Accounting degree quickly and conveniently. Learn valuable skills with these courses and more:

  • Mathematics for Business and Finance
  • Principles of Management
  • Financial Management

And you'll earn your Associate Degree in Accounting at home -- NO classroom needed!

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National American University

The Associate of Applied Science degree in Accounting provides specialized education for various entry-level positions in the accounting profession. It's also designed for easy transfer into the bachelor's degree in accounting. Graduates of this program can expect to find employment as accounting technicians, payroll clerks, bookkeepers, or clerical assistants in business, government or non-profit organizations. With experience, graduates may qualify for more advanced positions, such as payroll supervisors, lead accountants or tax specialists.

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