School of Business
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Intensive Accounting

The Intensive Accounting/Computer Applications program prepares students for a variety of employment opportunities in the computerized accounting field in such industries as banking, insurance, small business and State and Federal government. Credits are transferable to the associate and bachelor's degree program - Accounting.







Course Requirements



Course # Intensive AccountingSemester Credits
ACC107 Financial Accounting I 3
BUS112 Principles of Marketing 3
ACC108 Financial Accounting II 3
GEN125 English Composition I 3
GEN127 English Composition II 3
OFT115 Emerging Information Technology 3
OFT127 Spreadsheet Applications (Excel) 3
ACC206 Federal Income Taxation 3
ACC131 Computerized Accounting I 3
GEN224 Professional Communications and Career Development 3
ACC220 Practical Applications in Accounting 3
Elective(1) 3

Suggested Electives (1 required)
ACC129 Corporate and Partnership Taxation 3
ACC202 Computerized Accounting 3
ACC211 Intermediate Accounting I 3
ACC221 Cost Accounting 3
ACC229 Fraud & Forensics 3
ACC230 Not for Profit Accounting 3
BUS112 Principles of Marketing 3
BUS123 Human Resources Management 3
BUS203 Principles of Management 3
BUS214 Principles of Finance 3
BUS216 Money and Banking 3
BUS220 Advertising 3
BUS230 Principles of Selling 3
BUS245 Investments and Personal Finance 3
DMD150 Publishing Design & Layout (InDesign) 3
GEN157 Statistics 3
OFT122 Office Applications: Microsoft Word & PowerPoint 3
OFT233 Database Applications (Access) 3

36 CREDITS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION


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"The accounting curriculum places a strong focus on accounting concepts, ethics and practical business knowledge. Our goal is to offer students a rich multicultural learning experience that will prepare them for a productive career in an ever changing global economy. Computer applications and problem solving in a group environment will be stressed. To mirror the existing global economy, participation in team oriented projects will allow students insight into the current business world.

Upon graduation, students will be prepared for a variety of choices in the field of accounting. Graduates continuing their education may transfer credits to baccalaureate studies."

ANNE BIKOFSKY
Professor / Chairperson, Accounting
C.P.A., M.B.A., B.B.A., Bernard Baruch College
Anne Bikofsky
"I love teaching at CW because every day I make my classroom interesting and fun by challenging students with new and exciting information."
Course # Intensive Accounting Semester Credits
ACC107 Financial Accounting I 3
BUS112 Principles of Marketing 3
ACC108 Financial Accounting II 3
GEN125 English Composition I 3
GEN127 English Composition II 3
OFT115 Emerging Information Technology 3
OFT127 Spreadsheet Applications (Excel) 3
ACC206 Federal Income Taxation 3
ACC131 Computerized Accounting I 3
GEN224 Professional Communications and Career Development 3
ACC220 Practical Applications in Accounting 3
Elective(1) 3
     
Suggested Electives (1 required)
ACC129 Corporate and Partnership Taxation 3
ACC202 Computerized Accounting 3
ACC211 Intermediate Accounting I 3
ACC221 Cost Accounting 3
ACC229 Fraud & Forensics 3
ACC230 Not for Profit Accounting 3
BUS112 Principles of Marketing 3
BUS123 Human Resources Management 3
BUS203 Principles of Management 3
BUS214 Principles of Finance 3
BUS216 Money and Banking 3
BUS220 Advertising 3
BUS230 Principles of Selling 3
BUS245 Investments and Personal Finance 3
DMD150 Publishing Design & Layout (InDesign) 3
GEN157 Statistics 3
OFT122 Office Applications: Microsoft Word & PowerPoint 3
OFT233 Database Applications (Access) 3
     
36 CREDITS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION