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Accounting Services

Become a certified bookkeeper and perform a vital role in the growth of an organization or small business through accounting classes at Francis Tuttle


Accounting services provides important training in financial accounting, analytical skills, and software applications, allowing individuals to become full charge bookkeepers. These jobs provide accurate, valued and trusted financial information that is used to make important decisions.

As an accounting clerk or accounting associate, you will be responsible for ensuring the effective collection and use of money that keeps a company running. The range of majors allows you to choose the level of expertise you will need for the career you want.

An online option is available to adult students for some classes; however, financial aid is available for the on-campus program only.  Online courses provide content through Canvas and the text book publishers’ websites.  Students interested in the online program must have a computer, internet connection, printer, Microsoft Office 2021/365 software, and must complete a one-hour orientation on-campus with the instructor.


Employment Opportunities

Certified public accountants' offices, financial services companies, government agencies, oil companies, corporations, small businesses

Success in Accounting

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Rosine Kabi

Accounting graduate

"It is hard, and it is challenging, but when you think about the result, when you will get it and how happy you will be, that gives you more strength to keep going."

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Kyla Hopper

Accounting graduate

"Everything you learn in that course is something you can use in real life, whether it’s in the work place or with your finances. Take away everything you can, because it’s all good knowledge.”

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Accounting Services Majors

About this Occupation

The goal of accounting is to provide information for decisions. For information to be useful, it must be trusted, so the field of Accounting Services demands a high degree of ethics and attention to detail, as well as the ability to handle confidential information. In addition, for success in this career, you should have basic math and computer skills, strong time management skills, and the ability to work both independently and as part of a team.


Projected growth in accounting services positions between 2010 and 2020, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Learn from Experienced Instructors

Jayne Hudson

Accounting Services Instructor

Jayne Hudson is the Accounting instructor at the Rockwell Campus.