Business Administration Accounting Associate’s Degree

Business Administration Accounting Degree - Associate Degree - National College

Our next term begins November 7 (Apply by October 28)

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Tennessee
Bartlett, Bristol, Knoxville, Madison, Memphis, Nashville

This program is also available for International Students.

Launch Your Business Career by the Numbers

National College’s Business Administration Accounting program is designed to train junior executives and paraprofessional accounting personnel. As a graduate of this program will have skills in the technical subjects of accounting and taxation while also being capable of grasping a range of problems in the field of business.

In addition to the principal course of study, students in this program will receive a background in computers, business organization, business law, human resource management, and oral communications.

As a student in the Business Administration Accounting program, you will:

Your Learning Experience

Principles of Accounting I, II, & III
The primarily focus is on the use of accounting practices in today’s business world – beginning with individually owned businesses, then to financial reporting and corporate accounting.

Payroll Accounting
Learn methods of computing wages, deductions, and salaries; the methods of keeping records; and the preparation of government reports.

Income Tax
Learn tax preparation for individuals and corporations.

Program core courses may include:

  • Principles of Accounting I, II, and III
  • Payroll Accounting
  • Computerized Accounting
  • Intermediate Accounting I & II
  • Cost Accounting I
  • Income Tax
  • The Microsoft Office
  • Principles of Management
  • Business Math II

 

Why Business Administration Accounting Students Turn To National College:

Currently, academic credit earned at National College and American National University is creditable toward the education requirement for taking the CPA exam in Virginia and Ohio. Each state has its own requirements and students and prospective students are strongly advised to contact the Board of Accountancy in any state in which they may wish to become licensed as a CPA to determine whether that state will accept academic credit earned at a nationally accredited institution toward the education requirement for licensure in that state.

 

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