The Accounting Technology program prepares students to provide technical support to professional accountants and other management personnel by recording, summarizing, and reporting financial information of an organization. Fletcher’s Accounting Technology Program provides a foundation in basic accounting and bookkeeping skills. It includes instruction in general accounting principles and practices, posting transactions to accounts, record keeping systems, and accounting software operation. CIP 520302
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Fletcher’s program prepares students for employment in the following areas:
- Accounting technicians
- Junior accountants
- Data entry clerks
- Accounting clerks
The program is also designed to provide supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed as accounting technicians.
For students interested in transferring to Nicholls State University to earn a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Accounting, a two plus two guide has been built to meet your needs. For more information about this degree, please click on the FTCC Associate of General Studies Transfer Degree Program Handbook 2019-20 (page 26) in the “links” section on this webpage. Students can also reach out to a transfer adviser in the Student Success Center (room 127) located at the main campus in Schriever for more details.