Explore a Career in Accounting Technology

Career options in the Accounting Technology field may include, but are not limited to, bill and account collectors; bookkeeping, accounting and auditing clerks; customer service representative; financial clerks; general office clerks; administrative assistance; office manager; accounting assistant; analysts; and/or auditors.

Associate in Science Degree - Accounting Technology

The A.S. Degree in Accounting Technology is a two-year program designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills needed to further their education and build careers in accounting. Two tracks are offered to accommodate students who either

(1) seek immediate employment in the field of Accounting and/or

(2) plan to transfer to a Florida public university as a junior to complete a four-year Bachelor’s degree in Accounting.

Instruction in this program provides a balanced curriculum of general education and accounting-related subjects. Additionally, college credit certificate program options are embedded within the degree and can be taken individually or as building blocks to the A.S. degree.

ONLINE Degree Option

Students may now complete the A.S. in Accounting Technology completely ONLINE. The online degree offers flexibility and opportunities to those looking for an online program.

College Credit Certificates

NFC offers three short-term Accounting Technology college credit certificates. These certificate programs can be completed in one year or less. They can be taken individually or used as building blocks while completing the A.S. Degree in Accounting Technology.

Accounting Technology Management

27 Credit Hours: Designed to prepare students with the technical knowledge and skills associated with entry-level accounting positions or supplemental training for those currently or previously employed within the field. Teaches the principles, theories and concepts in the preparation and maintenance of financial records, including preparation of governmental tax forms and in the analysis of financial information for decision making within organizations.

Accounting Technology Operations

18 Credit Hours: Designed to prepare students with the technical knowledge and skills associated with entry-level accounting positions or supplemental training for those currently or previously employed within the field. Teaches the principles, theories and concepts in the preparation and maintenance of financial records and in the analysis of financial information for decision making within organizations.

Accounting Technology Specialist

12 Credit Hours: The purpose of this program is to prepare students with the technical knowledge and skills associated entry-level accounting positions or supplemental training for those currently or previously employed within the field. Teaches data entry of accounting information and the preparation, presentation and analysis of business reports.


Professional Courses

NFC offers great individual courses for small businesses or anyone looking to take a course or two to help improve skills in business or accounting. See the current course schedule for upcoming classes.


Admission, program and degree requirements are subject to change. Contact the program coordinator or an NFC academic advisor for the most current information.