Accounting-Microcomputer

What will I learn in this program?

This program will teach you how to use arithmetic to solve problems; read, write, and speak about business; apply accounting principles, methods, and procedures; and problem-solve, analyze, record, store, retrieve, and report financial transactions using a microcomputer.

Students who complete the AS Degree Curriculum in Accounting, a two-year course of study, are qualified for employment as junior accountants in private, public, and civil-service accounting and as junior auditors in private and civil-service accounting.  Positions to which graduates have advanced after gaining experience and undertaking further study include those of accounting supervisor, senior accountant, and senior auditor.

What kind of jobs can I get once I complete the program? How much will they pay?  What “demand” is expected for these jobs?

Occupation

Average Annual Salary

Expected Regional Demand

Bookkeepers & Auditing Clerks

$27,200

Faster than Average Growth

Accountant

$45,500

Faster than Average Growth

Auditor

$45,000

Faster than Average Growt


Does this program have any special enrollment requirements?

CCSF Placement

Does this program have any special costs?

N/A

How long will it take to complete this program?

Degree/Certificate

Time to Complete*

Accounting-Microcomputer/ Certificate

1 Year

*Based on full-time attendance or 12 units per semester

How do I get more information on this program?

Department website: www.ccsf.edu/departments/business
Ocean Campus, Cloud 220
Daniel Johnson
djohnso@ccsf.edu
(415) 452-7492

Alternate contact:
Peter Stiles, Program Coordinator
(415) 239-3246

Information may also be obtained from any full-time accounting instructor at CCSF.
Or visit the department Web page: CCSF School of Business.