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ACCOUNTING / A.A.S. DEGREE 
                
Details:
 
http://department.sunysuffolk.edu/Accounting/index_350.asp

Ammerman - Eastern - Grant
Hegis Code: 5002
Curriculum Code:
ACCT-AAS (335-1)
   
              

     This two-year program, leading to the Associate in Applied Science degree, is designed for students who plan to seek accounting positions in business, industry or governmental agencies upon completion of two years of college study. The program also meets the needs of employed individuals desirous of job advancement who wish to learn applications of accounting theory to current practices in the field. Finally, the program offers preparation for possible transfer since most courses are acceptable for credit at four-year colleges.  

 

  
ACCOUNTING / A.S. DEGREE 
                
Details:
 
http://department.sunysuffolk.edu/Accounting/index_350.asp

Ammerman - Eastern - Grant
Hegis Code: 5002
Curriculum Code:
ACCT-AS (208-1)
    
     This two-year program, leading to the Associate in Science degree, is designed for students who plan to transfer to a four-year college for continued study toward the baccalaureate degree in accounting and who ultimately wish to prepare for the New York State Certified Public Accountant examination. Courses in this curriculum have been carefully selected to ensure that they will be accepted for transfer credit in most upper-division collegiate programs.     
                

Admission Procedures and Requirements
     Entering students must have an 80 high school average which includes successful completion of Mathematics A and B or equivalent. Continuing college students without high school math need to have completed  
* Algebra II: Continuation of study of basic concepts of algebra. Topics include brief review of elementary algebra, solutions of second-degree equations, radicals, complex numbers, rational expressions, polynomial expressions, rational exponents and roots, systems of equations and inequalities.  Prerequisite: MAT007 or equivalent.  Credits:  4.  A, E, G,  Notes: Fulfills SUNY General Education Requirement for Mathematics..  Applications are processed on a rolling basis for fall and spring semesters. Most students with minimum admission criteria will be admitted into the program.

Note that students who do not meet the admission criteria may be admitted on a provisional basis.
  

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ACCOUNTING / CERTIFICATE PROGRAM 
                
Details:
 
http://department.sunysuffolk.edu/Accounting/index_350.asp

Ammerman - Eastern - Grant
Hegis Code:
5002
Curriculum Code:
ACCT-CERT (407-1)

    
     This one-year program is designed specifically for individuals who are currently employed and who will enroll as part-time students over a period of at least four semesters. The curriculum includes four standard collegiate accounting courses (* Principles Of Accounting I: Computerized enhanced instruction examines nature and purpose of accounting theory and procedures through study of accounting cycle, asset valuation and financial statements. Develops foundation of accounting knowledge for additional learning in subsequent courses.  No prerequisite. Credit given for ACC101 or ACC113/ACC114, but not both.  Credits: 4.  A, E, G Principles Of Accounting II: Computerized enhanced instruction develops accounting principles and procedures as applied to partnerships and corporations. Designed primarily for students anticipating careers in accounting or who otherwise require detailed understanding of financial accounting practices. Prerequisite: ACC101. Credits:  4. A, E, G , Intermediate Accounting I: Stresses theoretical and analytical aspects of financial accounting. Topics include the Balance Sheet and Income Statement with particular emphasis on current assets, fixed assets and current liabilities. Pertinent pronouncements of the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) are an integral part of the course.  Prerequisite: ACC102.  Credits:  4.  A, E, G and Intermediate Accounting II: Involves same theoretical and analytical approach of AC51 but topical emphasis is on corporate capital, long-term liabilities, investments, fund flow, analysis, and reconstruction of financial statements. Pertinent pronouncements of the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) are an integral part of the course.  Prerequisite: ACC201.  Credits:  4.  A, E, G) which must be taken in sequence. Students who wish to continue their studies after completing this program will find that all courses are acceptable toward the A.S. and A.A.S. degrees in accounting.     
   

     Since this program is intended for part-time students, it is not displayed in the usual semester pattern. Normally, four to six semesters will be required for completion on a part-time basis.   

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