About the Program
If you enjoy working with numbers, you are in luck because careers in accounting, bookkeeping, and payroll are in high demand. Accounting is a field ripe with job opportunities within various industries in corporate, government, and nonprofit sectors. These types of jobs are usually in an office setting during regular work hours. Responsibilities include recording daily business transactions, preparing summary financial documents, filing taxes, billing and payment, budgeting, supervision, and management of an accounting department. You could even be your own boss. Learn more about the many job possibilities as an accountant.
CCD's accounting program prepares you with the necessary skills to succeed in today’s accounting workforce. As a student, you will learn general accounting and bookkeeping through recording daily business transactions, billing and payment processing, and financial statement preparation. You will also learn about basic tax regulations and how to use software to prepare and file tax returns.
Attend CCD for two years, obtain your associate degree and transfer to a four-year college or university. Learn more about accounting's certificates and degrees or talk with a member of the Career & Transfer Center to learn how you can afford your college education by starting here and transferring to a number of colleges across the state.