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With numerous employment opportunities available, such as bookkeeping, office manager, accounts receivable or accounts payable and billing, it is no wonder that accounting paraprofessionals are consistently in demand. Graduates from OSU-OKC’S Accounting AAS program have been placed in public accounting firms, private companies, nonprofit agencies and government offices.

At OSU-OKC, our accounting program focuses on more than just coursework. Our accounting curriculum fosters the development of a broad range of skills through approximately 60 credit hours of accounting, computer applications and business-related courses. These skills include:

  • A basic theoretical knowledge of accounting
  • A high level of competency with computer applications
  • Effective communication skills
  • Familiarity of the business environment
  • Strong decision-making skills

Class sizes are relatively small and students have access to tutoring and a computer lab.


Accountants are among Oklahoma's Top 100 Critical Occupations with an average of 1,550 annual openings and median annual earnings of $71,323.20 with a bachelor's degree.  Top 100 Critical Occupations - Oklahoma Works - Oklahoma Works

Start your journey today toward this rewarding career with an associate degree.

Degree Sheet(s)

Degree Sheet (PDF)Accounting A.A.S.

Suggested Plan of Study

Suggested Plan of Study (PDF)Accounting A.A.S.

For more information, contact:

John Strange
Associate Professor/Program Coordinator
LRC 307
(405) 945-3397

Dr. Hala Gheriani
School of Professional Studies
LRC 332
(405) 945-3222