Program Level: Pre-Majors/Transfer
Department: Computer Science, Technology & Business
Institute: Business & Entrepreneurship
College: NVC

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About This Program?

You’re ready to go beyond spreadsheets and number-crunching and become one of a trusted business advisor who interprets finances to guide financial planning, analysis, forecasting, internal controls and decision support (Forbes, 2018). Well Accounting at NVC is your launch pad. In Accounting you learn to prepare, analyze and communicate relevant information for making business decisions. Through accounting, you will focus on an organization’s resources and how efficiently it performs. The discipline of accounting can be subdivided into career paths that align with our pathways concentration in business. 


What will I learn?

Upon successful completion of the accounting courses you will be exposed to ongoing financial data analysis, interpretation and reporting (e.g. weekly, monthly); produce information related to profit, debt and inventory, and use financial data to assist management personnel with business decision making. You will be able to conduct analysis, interpretation and reporting of corporate-level financial data, which is provided to stakeholders such as shareholders, employees and clients often on a quarterly and annual basis. 

What can I do with this course of study? 

Learning accounting can lead to employment in a variety of industries and workplace settings. Explore several of the most common accounting opportunities available to in addition to primarily transferring for a bachelor’s-level degree such as:

Public Accountant
Corporate Accountant
Tax Examiner
Revenue Agent
Internal Auditor

What is special about this program? 

NVC Accounting courses seeks to prepare students for a lifetime of learning and professional development. The program is the capstone to a process that begins with NVC’s business pre-major students during their sophomore year, and the department focuses on educating the whole person with experimental and co-curricular activities designed to support learning and professional development.



Available Courses:

Course Descriptions

ACCT 2301 - Principles of Financial Accounting

ACCT 2302 - Principles of Managerial Accounting



Lab Name

Accounting Lab

Lab Location

PH 205

Lab Contact

John Overmeyer



Faculty and Staff


Ralph M. Mendez 

Robert McWhorter 


Emily Coppin 


Contact Us

Ralph M. Mendez
Program Coordinator

PH 203


Emily Coppin
Admin. Specialist

MLH 201


Adrienne Partida
Administrative Associate


Teresa Dimas
Academic Chair

MLH 201B