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Accounting Technology Operations - Certificate Program

Exploring a career in accounting? Eastern Florida State College's Accounting Technology Operations Certificate is a step in the right direction! This College Credit Certificate (CCC) program takes about two full-time semesters to complete, and familiarizes students with basic tools and skills they'll need to work in accounting and business-related fields. 

A Solid Foundation for Building a Future

Certificate-holding graduates have a variety of options upon program completion, including:

• Entry-level accounting employment in a variety of business and industry settings
• Pursuing additional College Credit Certificates at EFSC
• Using credits earned through this certificate program to build toward Eastern Florida's Accounting Technology A.S. degree

Accounting Technology OPerations - COURSE CURRICULUM

The course curriculum for EFSC's Accounting Technology Operations program focuses on the principles, procedures, and theories of organizing and maintaining financial records and preparing financial reports, with significant emphasis on the technology and computer software used in the field.

Classes can be completed in person on campus, online, or via hybrid delivery — giving students an opportunity for hands-on learning in a flexible, real-world environment.

Accounting Technology Operations - 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

Eastern Florida's experienced instructors connect students with the modern technology and knowledge today's accounting professionals need to be successful.

Accounting Technology Operations Certificate Admissions Information

Students can apply for the Accounting Technology Operations Certificate program via EFSC's standard enrollment process. As a certificate program, it does not require placement testing, and features rolling admissions, meaning prospective students can apply to start classes during any term. If you have questions about the process, or need help applying, contact the program advisor or the EFSC advising team.

Brief Costs & Financial Aid Eligibility

EFSC tuition affordability is among the lowest in Florida. Students who qualify for Florida resident tuition would pay about $1,875 in tuition for the 18-credit-hour Accounting Technology Operations Certificate. The program is eligible for federal financial aid and all students are encouraged to apply for financial aid and scholarships, which can help reduce costs associated with this College Credit Certificate program. 

College Courses You Would Take

The Accounting Technology Operations Certificate includes a thorough, yet concise, selection of six courses, including the four described below, that provide students with a solid foundation for future employment.

Why Earn an Accounting Operations Certificate at EFSC?

Experienced Faculty

The business and accounting technology faculty at Eastern Florida combine academic expertise with a significant amount of real-world experience in the job market. Faculty members often have decades of professional experience to lend to the learning process. A personalized, hands-on approach to student learning combined with small class sizes and exceptional instruction make the accounting technologies programs at EFSC an exceptional value for students.

Preparation for the workforce or a degree

This certificate prepares students for most entry-level and some mid-level positions in the fields of accounting, management, human resources, manufacturing, operations, shipping and receiving, logistics, transportation, sales, marketing, and other business-related areas. The certificate's course credits can also be applied to the Accounting Technology Associate in Science (A.S.) degree, which was also designed to transition to the Accounting Specialization in EFSC's Organizational Management Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree. Work with an advisor if you plan to move on to an associate degree or eventually a bachelor program.

Related Accounting and Business Programs 

As you consider your options, review the programs below and work with an academic advisor especially if you plan to apply certificate credits to an advanced degree to ensure your coursework will meet degree program prerequisite course requirements.