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You have solid math and computer skills. You enjoy working in teams and solving problems. You also have good analytical skills and give great attention to detail in your work. Now you can combine your strengths with your interests and move forward to an exciting career in the field of accounting. Start today with an associate degree or certificate in Accounting for your advantage in the job market. At Middlesex Community College our dedicated faculty helps you prepare to get a job in bookkeeping or accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable or banking, with many opportunities for the future. Middlesex Community College offers a comprehensive program in accounting, which gives you an overview of the profession, and a range of approaches – from an opportunity to study the basics of accounting to some real skill and resume building accounting coursework. Get started with your accounting degree today!
Associate in Science Degree
This program is designed to serve both the student who wishes to acquire the requisite skills to pursue a career in accounting upon graduation or improve present skills, and for the student who wishes to transfer to a four-year college. Students intending to transfer should meet with the Coordinator of the Accounting program for advising.
Accounting Degree and Certificate Options
Our Accounting Degree program will help you gain the knowledge, skills and experience you need for a competitive edge in the business workforce, or transfer to a four-year school to continue your accounting studies after earning your degree from MxCC.
From here you can go on to become a Certified Public Accountant through the many bachelor’s degree programs at four-year schools that readily accept MxCC transfer credits. At Middlesex you can take exciting courses with top professors as you earn your Associate Degree in Accounting. Coursework includes general requirements as well as financial and managerial accounting, principles of marketing, business law and more. The degree includes a mix of program requirements, electives and general education courses. Class topics include computers, composition and spreadsheet applications. In addition, you can also earn an Accounting Assistant Certificate and an Accounting Technician Certificate as part of your associate degree work. These certificates will give you the skills necessary to work in the accounting field in jobs including bookkeeping, accounting assistant and more. The studies in this program are also designed for those who want studies and specific training that target skills directly related to the field of business and accounting.
This page updated 7/5/18