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  • Accounting
  • Fast Facts

    Program Start Term: Every Semester

    Award: AAS, Certificate

    Average Class Size: 25

    Program Length: 4 Semesters

    Part-Time or Full-Time: Both

    Course Availability: Day, Evening, Hybrid, Online

    Program Location: Pueblo, Fremont, Southwest

  • Career Information
    The AAS in Accounting prepares you for a career in entry level accounting or upper level bookkeeping positions.

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    What Will I Learn

    This program offers you a comprehensive understanding of the theory and practice of modern accounting. There is a strong emphasis on logical reasoning, enabling you to solve accounting problems and to make sound accounting policy decisions. Learn to use state-of-the-art equipment with industry-standard instructional materials, including current software used in today’s world of business. Students have multiple opportunities to engage in Work-Based Learning including enrollment in an Internship course. Many accounting careers, such as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), require a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree from a University. If you intend to transfer, enroll in the Business Management AA degree. You will declare Accounting as your emphasis at the University. It is important that you meet with your advisor to discuss career options and the transferability of courses. 

    Our Faculty
    The full time Accounting Faculty at Pueblo Community College has extensive experience working with industry partners. They understand industry trends, as well as the needs of today’s workforce participants. They utilize innovative, best practices when delivering educational content for the contemporary student.


  • Spotlight

    The PCC Accounting Department has collaborated with the Piton Foundation’s Tax Help Colorado Program, which provides free income tax preparation to taxpayers with household incomes less than $54,000. Many PCC Accounting students gain IRS Tax Preparation certification, and then volunteer their services to community members. Students have the opportunity to gain Internship hours or practical experiences which can be documented on resumes.