Wor-Wic’s accounting programs are designed to provide students with a general and
career foundation for accounting positions in area organizations.
The associate degree program is designed to prepare students for a wide range of
accounting functions required for management decisions. The certificate program
focuses on the accounting skills needed for account clerk or bookkeeping positions.
The courses in these programs cover the competencies needed to meet the demands
of employers in the public or private sector.
Some students enter these programs for pre-employment training. Others enroll to
upgrade their present on-the-job skills and knowledge.
Intended Learning Goals
Graduates of these programs should be able to:
- Perform all phases of the accounting cycle using manual and computerized systems;
- Create and communicate written accounting reports for internal and/or external constituents;
- Perform specialized accounting functions such as cost, tax or payroll accounting;
- Demonstrate accounting skills and knowledge in a workplace setting and exhibit professional
behavior as per the standards of the respective agency.
Accounting Program Outline
Gainful Employment Disclosures
52.0302 Accounting Technology/Technician and Bookkeeping
In compliance with federal gainful employment disclosure requirements, Wor-Wic provides
prospective students with on-time completion rates, median loan debt and other information
related to certificate program options.
Accounting Certificate of Proficiency