School of Business & Technology


In today's economy, accountants and the theoretical principles they use in their work are critical to any industry and business. Economists, investors, business executives, labor leaders, bankers, and government officials all rely upon financial statements and other reports to summarize and interpret the multitude of financial transactions.

The accounting program will provide the minimum accounting requirements needed to enter the accounting profession as an accounting clerk or junior member of the accounting staff. The program emphasizes the use of personal computers along with the manual procedures of accounting. Many of the courses can be completed via distance learning.

Students can also elect to transfer to four-year institutions. Since four-year schools differ greatly in their requirements, students should select courses from the general education requirements and electives list that will best fit the program of the school to which they intend to transfer.

Upon completion of a bachelor's degree, graduates can find jobs as accountants and auditors working in private industry or the government. Employment of accountants and auditors is expected to grow by 22 percent between 2008 and 2018, which is much faster than the average for all occupations. According to a salary survey conducted by the National Association of Colleges and employers, bachelor’s degree candidates in accounting received starting offers averaging $48,993 a year in July 2009; master’s degree candidates in accounting were offered $49,786 initially.


Julie Gilbert
Office: F-214E
(708) 456-0300, Ext. x3334

Degree and Certificates

 Accounting/Finance Degree (Associate in Applied Science Degree - C206A)
 Accounting Certificate - C306A
 Accounting Courses
 Business Courses


Pending: Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs.

Curriculum/Plan of Study

C206A, C306A.

Program Affiliations

Business/ Management/Finance.

For Students

Please contact Julie Gilbert at for students interested in joining the Accounting Club.


Students should contact Dr. William M. Griffin at 708-456-0300 Ex. 3579 or email for all program related questions.