Accounting Program

Welcome to the accounting discipline at Montgomery College! Our curriculum and coursework is designed to prepare you for a successful career in the field of accounting. It is suitable for the needs of business enterprises, nonprofit organizations, and all levels of government. Graduates may find employment in such areas as accounting, finance, treasury, auditing, taxation, cost management, and information systems.

MC's accounting curriculum is particularly well suited to students holding a bachelor’s degree from a four-year institution who wish to increase their knowledge, skills, and abilities, and qualify to sit for the Uniform C.P.A. exam in Maryland or the surrounding jurisdictions. For those students holding bachelor’s degrees, all necessary additional coursework may be completed at MC, and in classes with a student/faculty ratio of no more than 30 to 1. Our dedicated faculty possess diverse backgrounds in the accounting fields of practice, including academia, private practice, and government service, and strive to make the classroom experience thorough and relevant to today’s students.

Accounting Degree and Certificate

The associate of applied science (AAS) in accounting (301) is being deleted. New majors will not be accepted. Students interested in earning bachelor’s degree in accounting or business should enroll in the associate of arts (AA) in business (006), and work with an advisor to plan a program with appropriate accounting and business courses.

Learn more about program outcomes, required courses, transfer opportunities, and career information.


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