Majors & Certificates
Students who enroll in Lackawanna College’s associate degree in accounting program will become acquainted with the basics needed to perform financial analysis and planning related to budgeting in a corporate or non-profit business environment. The curriculum is focused on real-life application throughout all of the accounting and finance courses. In addition, business electives in the program allow students to tailor their degree toward an area of accounting that interests them most.
The foundation provided by an associate accounting degree prepares students for entry-level accounting positions or to move easily into a four-year institution’s curriculum focused on accounting, business or management. Lackawanna students also benefit from the College’s focus on internship opportunities, which afford students the experience and skills that can give them employment advantages in the job market.
So, what is involved with an associate degree in accounting from Lackawanna College? Learn more below.
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