Accounting Degrees from Oklahoma City Community College
Become a vital part of any company worldwide with the ability to prepare and analyze financial documents.
If you enjoy working with numbers and solving financial problems, consider a career in accounting.
The two-year associate degree program in accounting at Oklahoma City Community College is designed specifically for someone looking to enter the job market immediately after graduation. If you are planning to transfer and complete a bachelor’s degree in accounting, you should consider an associate degree in business instead.
All of our community college business programs are approved by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.
Practical Skills Taught in OCCC’s Accounting Degree Program Apply Globally
At Oklahoma City Community College, professors teach traditional, time-tested accounting techniques and theory as well as the newest technology students need to compete in the job market.
The skill sets you’ll learn in this rigorous accounting associate degree program will prepare you to take a position as an entry-level accounting technician at any business, big or small, local or worldwide.
Accounting Degrees at Oklahoma City Community College
Oklahoma City Community College offers an associate in applied science degree in business – accounting option:
- This two-year associate degree program in accounting at OCCC prepares you for immediate entry into the job market. It is not intended to transfer to a four-year university.
Accounting and Business Classes at Oklahoma City Community College
At Oklahoma City Community College, courses in accounting and business focus on traditional accounting techniques and theory as well as computerized methods. Your classes will include:
- Financial Accounting
- Managerial Accounting
- Computerized Accounting
- Intermediate Accounting I and II
- Cost Accounting
- Income Tax Accounting
- Business Ethics
- Introduction to Business Finance
- Office/Accounting Spreadsheet Applications
You can access OCCC’s online course catalog, which includes full details on the accounting program.
Classes are available on campus during the day and in the evening as well as online.
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Professor of Accounting and Business
Faculty advisor for A.S.-Business and A.A.S.-Business with Accounting Option degree programs.
Coordinator/Professor of Accounting
Education: M.Ed., University of Central Oklahoma and B.S. in Accounting, University of Central Oklahoma. Credentials: Certified Public Accountant since 1981. I attended school and graduated from Rush Springs High School which is where I am from. I have been teaching at OCCC for 32 years as of the end of Spring 2012.
Attended Douglass High School in Oklahoma City, OK. Undergraduate work at Howard University.. Graduate work at University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma City University. Certified Public Accountant(CPA).. I have been teaching at Oklahoma City Community College since 1976.. Solo practitioner at Waymond D. Falls,CPA tax preparation/planning..
Professor of Accounting
Education: BS in Accounting from UCO and an MS in Accounting from OSUWork experience: Six years public accounting experience with Deloitte & Touche; six years as an Internal Audit Supervisor in the City Auditor's Office for the City of Oklahoma City; five years as a tax preparer for American Express Tax & Business Services; and ten years with my own accounting firm, Tamala Zolicoffer, CPA. I have been teaching at OCCC since January, 2004, and have been full-time since August, 2008.Credentials: CPA since 1990.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, job opportunities and openings will continue to increase in the accounting field. Some possible positions a graduate would be eligible for would include:
- Junior accounting technician
- Cost accounting technician
- Accounts receivable or accounts payable clerk
- Audit aide
- Payroll specialist