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The Accounting curriculum at Fullerton College offers students several options for a successful future. A student can take courses to obtain an entry-level position in bookkeeping, accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll or taxation. Students can take all required lower-division courses before transferring to a four-year institution for any business degree. Students who have already earned a bachelor’s degree in any subject and are looking for a career in accounting will be excited to know that all accounting courses taught at Fullerton College are accepted towards the 24-hour requirement to sit for the CPA exam. Classes are offered in a variety of formats to meet your needs: On campus, hybrid and on-line.
Financial, Managerial, Audit & Assurance Services Accounting, and Analysis of Financial Statements
Financial and Managerial Accounting
Financial, Managerial, and Intermediate Accounting
The Accounting Department has numerous adjunct faculty members from a wide variety of business, government, private and public accounting backgrounds.
Course Details and Course Rotation
Note: Accounting Course Rotation Sheet. Subject to Change.
Degree and Certificate Information
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The following are the deadlines for BUS & CIS Division Certificate Applications. If you miss the current term’s deadline, your application will be processed the next term. Please note that all classes must be complete and grades posted before submitting the application:
Fall Completion Deadline January 1
Spring Completion Deadline June 1
Summer Completion Deadline September 1
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Accounting Course Rotation
Note: Subject to Change
|Course||Title||Fall 2022||Spring 2023||Summer 2023|
|ACCT 100 F||Accounting for Small Business||x||x|
|ACCT 101 AF||Financial Accounting||x||x||x|
|ACCT 101 BF||Managerial Accounting||x||x||x|
|ACCT 107 F||Computerized Accounting with QuickBooks||x||x||x|
|ACCT 110 F||Payroll Accounting||x|
|ACCT 201 AF||Intermediate Accounting||x|
|ACCT 201 BF||Intermediate Accounting||x|
|ACCT 202 F||Introduction to Cost Accounting||x|
|ACCT 203 F||Auditing||x|
|ACCT 204 F||Analysis of Financial Statements||x|
|ACCT 205 F||Ethics in Accounting||x|
|ACCT 220 F||Individual Income Tax||x|
|ACCT 230 F||Excel for Accounts||x|
|ACCT 250 F||Forensics Accounting||x|
|ACCT 295 F||Accounting Internships||x||x|