Executive Accounting Degree
Executive Accounting Degree
Available at these Campuses: Chicago Bridgeview
The ability to work with numbers at an accounting level—overseeing payroll, taxes, business finances, and more—is a skill set that few people have. That’s why an Associate Degree in Applied Science in accounting will make such a difference in your next job search. In addition to learning how to perform general accounting procedures for businesses of all sizes, you’ll gain industry-specific knowledge related to preparing taxes, creating balance sheets and annual reports, and helping review and interpret accounting law.
Many Fields, Many Possibilities
One of the greatest things about earning an associate degree in accounting is that you can go on to work in virtually any field. Because every type of business—from banks and hospitals to schools and multinational corporations—can’t function without some kind of accounting department in place, you can carve a career for yourself wherever you wish.
Many graduates of our executive accounting program go on to work as:
- Junior Staff Accountant
- Payroll Clerk
- Credit Analyst
- Accounts Receivable Clerk
- Accounts Payable Clerk
- Office Manager
And the possibilities don’t stop there. Because this program is designed as a two-year associate degree, you also develop skills in other areas of business training. Accounting can get your foot in the door—and from there, it’s up to you to determine what you want your future to look like.
Flexible Education You Can Count On
When you earn your Associate in Applied Science Degree in Executive Accounting from Northwestern College, you not only get an education worth having, but you can complete it in as little as two years. Our flexible class times and rotating enrollment mean you can begin your journey right away—or you can take your time to balance work and school by only attending a few days a week.
Upon completion of the program, it is expected that students will be able to:
- Distinguish and reproduce the fundamental concepts of accounting
- Demonstrate computer literacy and familiarity with information resources
- Develop an understanding of taxation and its impact on financial and managerial decisions/li>
- Differentiate between financial and managerial accounting
- Apply critical thinking to analyze and assess ethical issues within the accounting profession
As an accounting student, you will enjoy classes such as:
Income Taxes for Individuals
The student is introduced to the fundamentals of federal income tax regulations. Emphasis is placed on the preparation of federal returns for individuals and proprietorships.
Income Taxes for Businesses
Income Taxes for Businesses
The student is introduced to the fundamentals of federal income tax implications and various business investments. Emphasis is placed on the preparation of federal returns for partnerships and corporate environments.
Executive Accounting Externship
This course offers students a supervised learning experience outside of the classroom. Students deal with day-to-day accounting assignments and situations, and perform services of value for a participating employer in order to receive academic credit. There is no remuneration for this externship.
Accreditations and Approvals
Northwestern College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, www.ncahlc.org.
The Executive Accounting program at Northwestern College is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). 11520 West 119th Street, Overland Park, Kansas 66213, (913) 339-9356, www.acbsp.org. This distinction means we are committed to the highest quality education—a distinction we’re honored to pass along to students just like you.
Northwestern College is approved for veterans training under the G.I. Bill for Veterans Educational Assistance.
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