Accounting professionals can play an important role in the success of businesses and organizations by collecting and analyzing data that management can use for business planning purposes. Accounting professionals use technology to perform many day-to-day tasks.
Bookkeeping, accounting and auditing clerks work in many industries. State and local government, educational services, health care and the accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping and payroll services industries are among the industries that employ the largest numbers of these accounting professionals.1
The Business Accounting Technology program in the School of Business at ITT Technical Institute combines the fundamentals of business and finance with technology-related subjects to help you prepare for a business accounting career. Courses also focus on the communication skills that are important in this field.
The ITT Technical Institutes used their experience in technology education to develop a program of study that combines business and technology in a way that's relevant to prospective employers. This associate degree program blends accounting concepts and skills, financial applications and elements of business with accounting technology. This blend offers students a practitioner-oriented program of study that can help them prepare to function in a variety of business atmospheres.
The Business Accounting Technology program in the School of Business at ITT Technical Institute can help you prepare for a business accounting career and pursue entry-level positions in fields involving accounting or finance. Graduates of this program can pursue entry-level positions involving accounting or finance that use skills in general accounting, finance, data interchange and network technologies.
1 Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-2011 edition.
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