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University of Pittsburgh Titusville    
2020-2021 Titusville Campus Catalog 
  Apr 22, 2024
2020-2021 Titusville Campus Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Accounting, AS

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Pitt-Titusville’s Associate of Science degree in accounting gives students a strong foundation in business concepts, communication skills, and analytical skills that serve as a solid base for a professional career in accounting or for advanced study in accounting. This program also provides students the opportunity to explore other streams of knowledge to broaden their horizons.

  • Explain basic accounting principles, concepts, and constraints.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the accounting process and apply the rules of debit and credit.
  • Identify basic financial statements, explain their purpose, and perform basic financial statement analysis.
  • Demonstrate an understanding and basic working knowledge of the theories, concepts, and methods used in management, marketing, finance, business law, and economics.
  • Apply concepts and skills to make basic business decisions.

General Education Course Requirements


The Human Experience

Arts and Letters

(6 credits - 3 credits must be in literature or creative, fine or performing arts)

  • Literature - 3 Credits
  • Creative, Fine, and Performing Arts - 3 Credits
  • Foreign Language - 3 Credits

History and Philosophical Inquiry

  • History - 3 Credits
  • History - 3 Credits or
  • Philosophical Inquiry - 3 Credits

Physical, Life, and Computational Sciences

Total Credits: 62

  • Students must earn a C- or better in FS 0002 , ENG 0101  and MATH 0031 .
  • Student must earn a minimum 2.0 grade point average in the general education program (competencies and human experience).
  • Students must earn a minimum cumulative 2.0 in the Major course requirements.
  • Students must earn a minimum 2.0 cumulative grade point average.

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