Degrees & Certificates

Oregon Coast Community College offers a number of degrees, including transfer degrees designed to prepare OCCC students to transfer to 4-year universities, reducing the cost of bachelor’s degrees. Our transfer degrees allow students to begin their college careers in a nurturing setting, where small class sizes and a dedicated faculty ensure no one falls through the cracks and every student receives the supports and encouragement they need.

OCCC also offers a number of other two-year associate degrees and one-year certificate programs in various subject areas to launch careers quickly, right here at home in Lincoln County – and wherever your dreams take you from here.

ACCOUNTING AAS DEGREE

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Accounting skills are broadly applicable to virtually every aspect of business operations. As an accounting clerk or bookkeeper, the student will be responsible for maintaining accounting records of a business, analyzing financial reports and managing budgets, and may be responsible for specific parts of the records such as accounts payable, accounts receivable or payroll.

OCCC’s robust accounting program is designed to develop skills in areas such as: accounting, payroll, computerized accounting application, law, tax policy, business math, microcomputer applications, financial management, communication, organization, critical thinking and problem-solving.

Learn more about the AAS Accounting Degree, here. 

ACCOUNTING AAS DEGREE

ACCOUNTING AAS DEGREE Image

Accounting skills are broadly applicable to virtually every aspect of business operations. As an accounting clerk or bookkeeper, the student will be responsible for maintaining accounting records of a business, analyzing financial reports and managing budgets, and may be responsible for specific parts of the records such as accounts payable, accounts receivable or payroll.

OCCC’s robust accounting program is designed to develop skills in areas such as: accounting, payroll, computerized accounting application, law, tax policy, business math, microcomputer applications, financial management, communication, organization, critical thinking and problem-solving.

Learn more about the AAS Accounting Degree, here. 

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