Accounting Department

Associate in Applied Science - ACC.AAS

Program Description

Accounting clerks maintain systematic and up-to-date records ofaccounts and business transactions. They also prepare periodicfinancial statements.


Program Information

This program:

  • Provides training for facilitating entry level employment
  • Promotes relationships with employers in the college’s serviceareas
  • Teaches the use of computers in solving accounting problems
  • Upgrades marketable skills of students in accounting fields.

Employment Opportunities

  • Accountant
  • Appraiser
  • Bank teller
  • Loan officer
  • Revenue agent
  • Tax collector

Contact Persons
Professor Richard Sarkisian, Ext. 4492

Professor Jill Russell
(856) 227-7200, ext. 4546

Professor Bill Allen, ext. 4455

Professor Anthony Fortini, ext. 4574

Associate in Applied Science - FIN.AAS

Program Description
Financial managers and staff prepare the financial reportsnecessary for conducting operations and for satisfying tax andregulatory requirements. A cash manager, for example, overseesthe cash flow of an organization, develops information to assessits financial status; oversees its accounting, audit, and budgetdepartments; and researches, recommends, and secures loans forthe organization.

Program Information
The program:

  • Develops the specialized knowledge necessary for work in thefinancial field
  • Enables graduates to become immediately effective in entry-level positions

Employment Opportunities
Upon graduation, students will be prepared to enter the businessworld of banking, brokerage, corporate finance, and generalbusiness. Employment opportunities for financial managers and staff are expected to increase greatly throughout the century.

  • Budget officer
  • Credit analyst
  • Financial consultant
  • Insurance agent
  • Pension consultant
  • Real estate advisor

Contact Persons
Professor Richard Sarkisian, Coordinator (856) 227-7200, ext. 4492