A graduate of the program will have the potential for employment in the following areas:
Accounts Payable/Receivable Accountant: records and pays bills of the company, records receivables transactions, bills customers at regular intervals, records charges and payments.
Payroll Accountant: handles the payroll for a business; end-of-period reports; time cards; computes overtime, deducts taxes, and prepares payroll checks; and reconciles payroll accounts.
Inventory Control Accountant: records receipt and dispersal of goods using a perpetual inventory system, assigns costs using an inventory valuation method.
Cost Accountant: determines cost of products manufactured; determines variations from standards in labor, materials, and overhead; prepares budgets; and prepares various management reports.
Public Accountant: keeps records for small business; prepares payroll records; prepares financial records, income statements, and balance sheets.
Accountant: keeps financial records, prepares financial records (income statements, balance sheets, budgets, and summary reports), and analyzes accounts.
Tax Accountant: prepares tax returns for both state and federal governments, assists in tax planning and tax shelters, and files payroll reports and quarterly reports as required by government agencies.
Governmental/Nonprofit Accountant: keeps records of governmental/nonprofit agencies using the fund method of accounting.
With additional education and/or work experience, graduates may find other opportunities for employment.
• Certified Public Accountant
• Trust Officer