Accounting | AAS degree
Accounting Clerk | Certificate of Completion
Accounting | Certificate of Proficiency
30 and Out
If you have already completed an associate’s or bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, you may earn an AAS in Accounting by completing approximately 30 hours of approved business courses.
AIM, referring to the accelerated instructional methods used, lets you earn an Associate in Applied Science degree (AAS) in Accounting or an Associate in Applied Science degree (AAS) in Management in only three years with a flexible and advanced evening schedule.
Graduates with an AAS degree in accounting have the option to transfer to some four-year bachelor’s degree programs, majoring in accounting. If you are definitely planning to get a four-year degree in accounting, you may want to start at L&C with an AS degree in business. You will enter as a junior at most four-year colleges.
Visit the Business Department website for additional information on this and other business-related programs at Lewis & Clark.