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Online Accounting and Bookkeeping Programs

The online accounting and bookkeeping programs at Casper College provide you with the skills needed to meet current job requirements as well as the necessary analytics skills needed to be successful in business.

Growing businesses, changing financial regulations and increased scrutiny of company finances have led to a growing demand for accounting and auditing professionals.

What are the features and benefits of an online degree from CC?

  • Students are able to fit class time around their schedule, whether it be working, taking care of family or a combination of both.
  • There is a consistent demand for bookkeepers and accountants at entry-level and mid-level positions. Many accountants earn promotions by working full-time while continuing their education with the flexibility of online classes.
  • Interested in pursuing your bachelor’s or master’s degree online? The Accounting Department at Casper College has articulated their associate degrees with CSU Global for those students who want to earn their bachelor’s degree online.

About the online learning environment

Casper College uses a learning management system, called Moodle4Me, for all its online courses. Course syllabus, calendar of activities, resources, assignments and quizzes, discussions, and grades can be accessed through Moodle. Learn more about getting started online.

What are the special admission requirements, if any?

There are no pre-reqs for this program.

What courses would I take?

The accounting A.A.S. and A.B. degrees are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). The certificate has been recently modified with the input of Casper employers seeking competent bookkeepers.

Associate of Business (A.B.) degree in accounting:

Associate of Applied Science (A.S.S.) degree in bookkeeping:

Certificate in bookkeeping:

Steps to starting an online degree program at CC

  1. Apply for admission as a first-time or transfer student (same process for on-campus and online students).
  2. Apply for financial aid, including grants, loans and scholarships.
  3. Make an appointment with an advisor and register for classes. A phone call advising appointment is what most online students do. Meeting your advisor in-person at Casper College is also an option if you live nearby and it works for your schedule.
  4. Go through the online orientation module (1-3 hours).
  5. Begin classes!

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Visit the main accounting program page.

Learn more about getting started online.

Contact Info

Rachel Wright

Academic Assistant, School of Business and Industry

Robbi Marvel

Dean, School of Business and Industry

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