Course Sequence - BAT - Moberly Area Community College
 

Recommended Course Sequence

Business Accounting Technology

AAS Course Sequence:

 

First Semester - Fall
ACC 101 Elementary Accounting I 3
BOE261 Spreadsheet Applications 3
BUS 100 Introduction to Business 3
BUS 112 Principles of Management 3
LAL 101 Composition I 3
SKL 101 College Orientation 1
  16
 
Second Semester - Spring
ACC 102 Elementary Accounting II 3
ACC 214 Computerized Accounting Applications 3
BOE 152 Business Math/Electronic Calculations or  
MTH 140 College Algebra 3
Biological Science or Physical Science 3
Humanities 3
  15
 
Third Semester - Fall
ACC 210 Federal Income Tax Accounting 3
ACC 211 Managerial Accounting 3
BUS 120 Business Law I 3
BUS 150 Business English/Communications 3
ECN 101 Macroeconomics 3
  15
 
Fourth Semester - Spring
ACC 213 Cost Accounting 3
ACC 215 Computerized Accounting Applications II 3
PSC 105 Functions and Policies of Am. Gov't or  
HST 105 American History to 1865 3
BUS 121 Business Law II 3
SKL 250 Employment Seminar or  
ACC 295 Accounting Internship 1-2
Directed Elective 3
  16-17
 
Directed Electives
ACC 295 Accounting Internship  
BUS 113 Human Relations in Management  
ECN 102 Microeconomics  
SPK 101 Public Speaking I  
 

 

 

 

Business Accounting Technology Certificate

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Required Courses
ACC 101 Elementary Accounting I 3
ACC 102 Elementary Accounting II 3
ACC 210 Federal Income Tax Accounting 3
ACC 211 Managerial Accounting 3
ACC 213 Cost Accounting 3
ACC 214 Computerized Accounting Applications I 3
ACC 215 Computerized Accounting Applications II 3
   
 
Directed Electives
ACC 295 Accounting Internship 2-3
BUS 150 Business English/Communications 3
BOE 152 Business Math/Electronic Calculations 3
BOE 261 Spreadsheet Applications 3
BUS 100 Introduction to Business 3
BUS 112 Principles of Management 3
BUS 120 Business Law I 3
ECN 101 Macroeconomics 3
ECN 102 Microeconomics 3
MKT 250 Entrepreneurship 3
SKL 101 College Orientation 1
SKL 250 Employment Seminar 1
 

 

A certificate will be awarded upon the completion of a minimum of 32 credit hours, including all required courses listed above plus directed elective credits to equal a total of at least 32 credit hours.