Business - Accounting Services Program

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What will I learn?

Are you interested in guiding businesses to run effectively? Ready for a stable career that is in demand in almost every field?

Accounting is the backbone of business: keeping track of money, determining value and analyzing growth opportunities. Students in this program learn how to maintain financial records, budget, prepare and analyze reports, and follow policies and regulations. Those interested in the career should feel comfortable working with computers.

The Business - Accounting Services program is geared for students who want to enter the workforce after two years of study. Students will have completed the required coursework for obtaining their Certified Bookkeepers credential.

All business students are part of a cohort, a group who start their education together and have the opportunity to participate in extracurricular activities together. Students will have the opportunity to obtain credit while applying their knowledge as a part of an extensive internship program.

Associate of Applied Science

The degree in Business - Accounting Services is designed to prepare a student for entry-level and supervisory accounting careers in industry or government. 

Available at the Cheyenne main campus and online.

What can I do with this degree?

The program provides students with the opportunity to gain meaningful employment after two years of college:

Visit Career Coach for additional information about Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks.


Visit Career Coach for additional information about Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks. 

Visit LCCC's Career Resources to find tools for selecting the right program for you and marketing yourself to future employers.

Cost of Attendance

For general college expenses, students should view LCCC’s cost of attendance. Students in this program do not typically incur additional expenses.