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Accounting

Working With Numbers to Help Manage Businesses

The national need for dedicated accounting professionals has never been greater. If you like to work with numbers and can see yourself employed in a fast-paced office environment, then accounting may be right for you.

With the concentration in Accounting Associate degree program at Career Quest Learning Centers, you learn the fundamentals of business accounting.  These skills include how to operate and manage computerized accounting programs, and how to complete payroll and income tax accounting. Our instructors are committed to helping you find success in your career and can help you gain the skills you need to get started in the accounting field.

Upon completion of our accounting classes, you can seek a wide range of positions in the accounting field in a variety of industries. With a certificate from CQLC, available positions include accounts receivable clerk, accounts payable specialist and accounting assistant.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, accountants typically work full time in offices, though some auditors may travel to their clients’ places of business. From 2010 to 2020, employment of accountants is expected to rise by 16% – that’s a total of 190,700 new jobs created during that time period.

Employers across the country are looking for qualified employees who hold accounting degrees. If you want to help meet this need, it’s time to learn what Career Quest Learning Centers can do for you. 

Contact us today to learn more about how you can earn your Business Administration Associate degree with a concentration in Accounting.

SUCCESS STORY

“If anyone’s looking to get into an office setting, this is a great start because you can get all those basic computer skills that employers are looking for." 

SUCCESS STORY

“I’m enrolled at Career Quest so I can be better at the job I have now. I’ve learned how to recognize health symptoms before they turn into a health care crisis. More knowledge means I help my patients lead the best lives possible.”