Learn basic accounting skills that prepare you for high-demand positions, including bookkeeper, accounting assistant, accounts payable clerk and payroll clerk. This two-year program also prepares you for transfer to a four-year college to complete your degree.

Careers

Demand for workers with training in accounting is high across all sectors of business and industry. Accountants are needed in the public and private sectors, as well as in not-for-profit agencies and service groups. The training received at Pierce College Puyallup provides the basic accounting skills needed to help you secure a stable future and a high-paying career as an accounting assistant or clerk, accounts payable clerk, payroll clerk, or bookkeeper.

Transfer

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Course Maps

Students must have a GED or high school diploma, and are advised to take a skills assessment test through the Pierce College testing center.

Certificates can be earned in three quarters to a year. The associate in business takes about two years.

Career Pathway Course Maps

Program Outcomes

Contacts

Suzanne
Lozano
Assistant Professor
253-964-6637
Tatiana
Wetzler
Assistant Professor of Accounting
253-864-3163
Annette
Sawyer-Sisseck
Business Accounting Navigator
253-864-3362