If you enjoy working with numbers and have a good business sense, pursuing a career in accounting could be your ticket to success. Our program will prepare you to meet the challenges of today’s dynamic business and economic environment and provide a solid foundation of knowledge in accounting and business practices to build a successful career.
The Accounting program at White Mountains Community College prepares graduates to meet the challenge of today’s dynamic business and economic environment. Whether you want to begin a new career or advance in the business world, our program provides students with a solid foundation of knowledge in accounting and business practice and the skills you need to succeed in industry today.
Courses are offered in various formats and times to suit your schedule. Some are online. Some are ‘zoomed’ to each of our locations in Berlin, Littleton and Conway. All of them are awesome. Do not put your life on hold.
Our program can also be the start of an affordable and attainable path to a bachelor’s degree. Spend two years at WMCC, spend two years at any of the schools we have agreements with like GSC and PSU and then spend a lifetime bragging about how smart you are and how much money you saved!
Learn the skills you need to succeed immediately in a business environment. In addition to a solid foundation in accounting and business processes, students learn how to navigate the waters of HR and Business Law and what it takes to work on and manage a team. Finish with more advanced courses in accounting and taxation and an Internship to practice all that you have learned, and you have a perfect recipe for career success.
|BUS112W||Intro to Business Administration||3||0||3|
|ECON111||Principles of Macroeconomics||3||0||3|
|COMP120W||Quantitative Decision Making||3||0||3|
|ECON112W||Principles of Microeconomics||3||0||3|
|MGMT112W||Intro to Business Logic and Ethics||3||0||3|
|First Year Total||34|
|ACCT214W||Managerial Finance and Accounting||3||0||3|
|ACCT222W||Intermediate Accounting I||3||0||3|
|MGMT214W||Management and Teamwork||3||0||3|
|ACCT250W||Intermediate Accounting II||3||0||3|
|Second Year Total||28|
|Total for A.S. Degree||62|
Upon successful completion of this program, graduates will be prepared to:
- Understand fundamental accounting theory and practice, properly record ordinary business transactions for a corporation as well as a sole proprietor, and prepare financial statements for these businesses.
- Identify, explain, and apply the impact on financial statements, using generally accepted accounting principles and managerial accounting concepts.
- Prepare accounting functions and applications in both a “manual” and a computerized environment.
- Interpret federal, taxable transactions and use tax software to prepare tax returns for both individuals and small businesses.
- Conduct appropriate, ethical analyses of business problems and offer logical solutions.
- Explain and apply basic business law theory and practice to common legal issues in a small business.
- Conduct and present a professional work ethic and demeanor in an accounting workplace environment.