Accounting, Banking and Finance

Practical Experience and Career Opportunities

SCC students in the accounting programs complete simulations using computer software, develop accounting models using spreadsheet software, and perform accounting applications using integrated software. Students develop problem-solving, interpersonal and communications skills, among others relating to their specific area of study. Upon graduation, accounting students will have multiple career options:

  • Accounts Receivable Clerk
  • Banking Professional
  • Finance Professional
  • Payroll Clerk
  • Accounts Payable Clerk
  • Accountant for Small Business
  • Accountant for Not-for-Profit Organizations
  • Cost Accountant
  • Tax Preparer
  • Public Accountant
  • Bookkeeper


SCC offers three programs in Accounting, each with alternative electives to meet the needs of our growing student population. Programs offered include both certificates and associate degrees.

View or download Accounting brochure (PDF)

As a member of the SAP University Alliance, SCC's accounting programs provide students with opportunities to become familiar with one of the most widely used enterprise resource planning systems.

View Specific Programs and Course Requirements Below:

  1. Accounting, AAS Degree

  2. Accounting, Information Systems Electives, AAS Degree

  3. Administrative Accounting Specialist

  4. Banking and Finance Certificate



Accounting specialist students develop basic accounting skills to analyze, record, summarize and report accounting information. A comprehensive study of payroll accounting procedures, individual income tax procedures, Excel spreadsheet applications, and computerized accounting software applications are included. Students focus on communication, general office procedures and professional development.
TAKE ACC-101, ACC-102, ACC-124, ACC-150, ACC-246, BAF-101, BUS-121, CPT-101, AND MGT-206

Contact Info

Jon Backman, Program Director

Phone: (864) 592-4842