Accounting Program

The Rose State College AAS degree Accounting Program provides basic accounting and business knowledge as a foundation for students to pursue professional opportunities in government, industry, financial institutions, and nonprofit organizations.

  • Accountants are expected to play key roles in the management of growing companies.

  • The degree program emphasizes technology accounting skills for the design and implementation of information systems in the business enterprise.

    In addition, two new accounting classes offer professional certification.  Professional Bookkeeping Course and Short-Term Financial Management prepare students to take professional certification exams and be eligible for immediate employment. 

  • Professional Bookkeeping Course

  • Short-Term Financial Management Course

Discipline Professors:

photo of Randall Stone 
Randall Stone, CPA
photo of Janelle Montgomery  
Janelle Montgomery, CPA

Dr. Mark Tippin 

Adjunct Faculty:

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Jerri Tittle, CPA
photo of Susan Craig 
Susan Craig
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David Ingram
 photo of Nathan Gay
Nathan Gay, CPA

Suggested Schedule:

Plan for scheduling your accounting courses:

The Accounting Applied Science degree program exists to provide career-oriented students with educational opportunities in both lecture and computer hands-on environments to prepare them to enter and work successfully in an accounting position. The Accounting Program requires 60 to 65 credit hours.

A typical program of students includes:

ACCT 2103* ACCT 2203 ACCT 2313 ACCT 2323
BA 1103 BA1403 or ENGL 1323 BA2503 ACCT 2333
CIS 1093 HIST 1213 or 1223 MATH or SCIENCE ECON 2103 or 2503
ENGL 1113 PSYC 2203 ACCT 2603 MM 2103 or 2113

*ACCT 1123 prerequisite must be satisfied

Accounting Career Information:

  • Accounting Program Objectives

  • Accountants design, install, maintain and use general accounting systems to prepare, analyze and verify financial reports and related economic information.

  • Accountants work for national and international accounting firms, business enterprises, federal and state government, and non-profit organizations.

  • In the public accounting area, two-year graduates would be employed in positions of staff accountants and may assist in conducting audits or various tax functions.

  • In the private accounting area, two-year graduates would be employed in accounting positions assisting clients in the design and implementation of accounting information systems and tax functions for the business enterprise.

  • Accountants work with:

    • Financial reports and records
    • Computers and computerized accounting software
    • Invoices, bank forms, payroll forms, tax forms, inventory records.
    • Government rules and regulations
    • General accepted accounting principles
    • Generally accepted auditing standards
  • Accounts should be able to:

    • Perform thought-provoking tasks, be accurate and do precise work
    • Analyze, sort out details, and work with figures
    • Communicate well with clients and co-workers
    • Use computers and computerized software

Accounting Lab

Accounting Lab Tutoring services are available FREE to all students enrolled in:

            ACCT 1123 College Accounting Procedures

            ACCT 2103 Financial Accounting

            ACCT 2203 Managerial Accounting

            ACCT 2093 Professional Bookkeeping


Tutoring includes assistance with homework assignments and projects!

Accounting Lab is located in Business Building Room 221A

Rose State College
6420 S.E. 15th Street.
Midwest City, OK 73110-2704
Phone: 405-733-ROSE (7673)
Toll Free: 866 621-0987

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