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Accounting [2005, 3001]

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Business Administration, Accounting and Budget Operations [2005]

Associate in Science Degree (60 Credit Hours)

Bring out your inner leader!

SCF's Accounting and Budget Operations program will equip you with the skills and understanding of the financial aspects of a business, effective business presentations and communications, and computerized business and accounting applications. You can use this knowledge to create your own financial path to business ownership, to advance in your own place of employment, or to forge a new career. All businesses large and small need people with an accounting background!

A program manager will guide you through your academic journey and help you find internships and career opportunities. Several courses in this program will also transfer into a bachelor’s degree program at Ƶappor elsewhere.

SCF's Accounting/Budget Operations Program Offers:

  • A degree that provides skills in accounting, finance, business and business communications, and technology
  • In-demand skills for businesses of all types and size
  • Day, evening and online classes are offered and available on all three campuses
  • A Program Manager with real-world experience and who can guide you on both academic and career pathways
  • The ability to transfer several courses into a bachelor’s degree program at Ƶappor elsewhere

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Accounting Applications [3001]

Certificate (27 Credit Hours)

This certificate is designed to prepare students for entry level employment in the field of accounting in a business environment. The coursework will apply to the A.S. Accounting/Budget Operations degree [2005].

Program Contact

Program Manager

Linda McKeag

Phone: 941-752-5513



Students planning to pursue any degree or certificate are strongly encouraged to meet with an academic advisor. Advisors can ensure proper course selection and program success.

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Career Pathways and Articulation

As a Sarasota or Manatee county school student, you may have taken career, technical or academy classes at your high school or technical college. Through a career pathways agreement between Ƶappand the local school districts, students can receive college credit for the work they’ve completed.