Associate Accounting Technology
The Accounting Technology program is a two-year program for accounting technicians leading to the Associate in Applied Business degree. After fulfilling the degree requirements of Accounting Technology career choices and completing applied business core courses plus electives, graduates are prepared to enter the workforce in junior accounting positions in a number of sectors. Accounting Technology students attend many classes with students from other majors and are exposed to the broadening experience of those attending the campus. The only exceptions are the more advanced accounting courses required of students in the Accounting Technology major.
The minimum requirement for the Associate in Applied Business (A.A.B.) is the completion of 61 credits with a 2.0 accumulative GPA upon graduation. A maximum of 15 credits earned through the experiential learning may be applied to any technical associate degree. You must earn a minimum of 18 semester credit hours while enrolled at Ohio University, and you must earn a minimum of 50 percent of coursework taken to fulfill your major concentration in residence with resident credit as defined in the Graduation Requirements - University-wide section. You also must meet Ohio University General Education requirements for associate degrees. (See Graduation Requirements - University-wide section) To earn a technical associate degree, you must complete an Application for Update of Program(s), available from any college office or regional campus Office of Student Services.
For more information:
Kim Riley, DBA, CPA, CFE
Director of Business Studies
Ella McCown Jones, JD, CPA, MBA