Sullivan University

Sullivan University student

Associate of Science in Accounting

The accounting skills taught range from recording basic journal entries to financial statement preparation and analysis. Accounting students will learn: How to record business transactions using General Ledger Computer Software, About payroll with a simulation model both as a manual system and a computerized system, How to use a “Practice Set” that provides a full understanding of the accounting cycle from initial entries through financial statement preparation, How to design an accounting system, Tax law through preparation of true-to-life tax returns for individuals and corporations. In addition, accounting students will also integrate textbook learning with industry practices and issues through various research projects and papers.

Locations offering this program:

Lexington
2355 Harrodsburg Road
Lexington, KY 40504

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