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Accounting Technology Management - Certificate Program

The Accounting Technology Management College Credit Certificate (CCC) from Eastern Florida can be obtained in as few as two full-time semesters, and prepares students for accounting positions across a wide variety of industries and sectors. 

Advanced Technology, Modern Flexibility

Courses are designed with hands-on learning in mind, and feature the up-to-date technology and techniques modern accounting professionals need to succeed. Flexibility in course delivery means students can attend class online, in-person at one of EFSC's four Brevard County campus locations, or via hybrid delivery.

Certificate-holding graduates seeking immediate employment will be prepared for entry-level work in accounting, management, human resources, manufacturing, operations, shipping and receiving, logistics, transportation, sales, marketing, and other business-related areas.

Program graduates will be able to:

  • Prepare financial statements based on analysis of business transactions
  • Justify management decisions using accounting procedures and techniques
  • Demonstrate knowledge of fiscal and monetary policies
  • Practice decision making using the practical concept of marginalism
  • Demonstrate proficiency in the mathematical operations relevant to business

Accounting Technology Management - Certificate Program

Program Overview

Certificate Type
College Credit Certificate (CCC)
Delivery Methods
On-Campus, Hybrid, 100% Online Option
Cocoa, Melbourne, Palm Bay, Titusville
Total Credit Hours
Academic Community
Contact Information

Email Program Advisor

Advising Appointments



Palm Bay via Teams

Accounting Technology Management Certificate - COURSE CURRICULUM

The course curriculum connects students with the valuable skills needed for accounting-based employment in business, industry, and public service sectors. Upon completion, students receive a College Credit Certificate (CCC), which demonstrates entry level proficiency they can use in the workforce right away, or build toward EFSC's A.S. degree in Accounting Technology.

Accounting Technology Management Certificate - Admissions Information

Students can apply for this College Credit Certificate (CCC) program via Eastern Florida's standard admissions process. Prospective students can enroll or start classes any term. Please contact the program advisor or a member of the EFSC advising team with questions, or if help is needed with the application process.

Brief Costs & Financial Aid Eligibility

EFSC tuition affordability is among the lowest in Florida. For students who qualify for in-state tuition, the cost for Eastern Florida’s Accounting Technology Management CCC will total approximately $2,850 in tuition and fees, with additional course material costs. The 27-credit program is eligible for federal financial aid so students should explore financial aid and scholarship options that can help reduce out-of-pocket expenses. 

College Courses You Would Take

The Accounting Technology Management certificate embraces a wide variety of both accounting and general business courses. The proficient use of modern accounting software and technology is emphasized throughout the curriculum. Here are a few of the college courses students will take as part of this program.

Where Can This Certificate Lead?

A certificate-holding graduate would be prepared for entry-level positions in most accounting-related fields, including:
• Financial, managerial, and tax accounting
• Accounting information systems 
• Auditing
• Forensic accounting
• Political campaign accounting & more

Other academic and career tracks may also be possible, especially if the CCC is earned to build toward the related Accounting Technology Associate in Science degree. That A.S. degree also transitions smoothly to Eastern Florida State College's Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Organizational Management, which offers multiple specializations including an Accounting Specialization.

Related Accounting and Business Programs 

Explore the related programs below as you consider your options and work with an academic advisor especially if you plan to work toward an associate or bachelor's degree to ensure your coursework will meet any degree program prerequisite course requirements.