American National University

Associate in Business Administration - Accounting

Accounting is a vital component of all enterprises, whether large corporations, private companies, or governmental agencies. Today's business world needs skilled accountants who have a thorough knowledge of accounting principles and can assist management in its decisions and planning by providing financial information and reports. This program is designed to train junior executives and professional accountants in both public and private practice. A graduate of this program will have skills in the technical subjects of accounting and taxation while also being capable of grasping a range of problems in the field of business. In addition to the principal course of study, students in this program will receive a background in computers, business organization, business law, human resource management, and oral communications. This program gives the graduate the training that is needed for an entry level position, as well as the background necessary to grow professionally.

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