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Accounting Online Courses

Accounting Online Courses

Oakton Community College offers a variety of classes online. These credit courses can usually be adapted to the student's schedule and availability. The courses taught online require a majority of class time be spent on the web, though most will require additional materials such as textbooks and/or video media. The courses contain a discussion forum through which students can interact via the web with their teacher and classmates as well as a variety of other sources.

Courses in Accounting that are taught online include:

ACC 153 Principles of Financial Accounting
ACC 154 Principles of Managerial Accounting
ACC 175 Accounting with Peachtree I
ACC 176 Accounting with Peachtree II
ACC 241 Intermediate Accounting I
ACC 242 Intermediate Accounting II
ACC 243 Accounting Research
ACC 244 Income Tax Accounting
ACC 260 Auditing
ACC 266 Advanced Accounting
ACC 274 Advanced Tax Accounting

Accounting is a challenging subject to master online, and success rates are lower in the online sections. Online courses require different skills and learning styles from conventional courses. Students in an online class are responsible for scheduling their own "class time." Motivation and self-discipline are essential for success in an online course. The online courses cover the same material as the on campus sections of the same courses, and the expected student requirements are the same whether the course is taken online or on campus. Visit Oakton's online learning site for more information.


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