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Program Overview

Accounting Technology Management, College Credit Certificate (C.C.C.) – 27 hours (ACGC-CER)

The Accounting Technology Management, College Credit Certificate (C.C.C.) is designed for students who intend to seek employment in accounting or related fields, or those in the field wishing to acquire additional skills.


Florida Gateway College (Main Campus)

Testing Entrance Requirements

Students must demonstrate competence in reading, math, or language through placement examination or by passing the appropriate reading, math or language courses, if not exempt by state board of education rule 6A-10.0315.


Classes are held Monday through Thursday throughout the day. The program may be completed online or through a mixture of face-to-face and online classes.


  • Tuition:  $
  • Lab fees:  $
  • Textbooks:  $


Credit Hours


Job Placement/Continuing Ed Rate


Average Enrollment

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Careers at a Glance

Starting Salaries

Varies and ranges from $29,025 to $35,285.

Employment Opportunities

Graduates of this program have a wide variety of career position opportunities, including becoming a Bookkeeper, Accounting Assistant, Auditing Clerk, Financial Reporting Clerk, Accounting Technician, Accounts Payable, and Accounts Receivable Administrator.

Employers of FGC Graduates

  • Columbia County School District
  • New Millennium Building Systems
  • VA Hospital
  • Rountree Moore Automotive Group
  • UF Heath Centers
  • State of Florida
  • Columbia County
  • Target
  • PCS

Program Details

Admission Requirements

To be officially considered for this program, a student must have a high school diploma or GED certificate, submit an application to FGC, and take a placement exam if not exempt by the state board of education rule 6A-10.0315.

Program Notes

This program may be started during any semester.

Learning Outcomes
  • Students will apply terminology, concepts, and applications of federal income tax law for individuals.
  • Students will understand the principles of accounting during the complete accounting cycle.
  • Students will understand product costing, budgeting, analysis of financial results, and financial analysis of future actions.
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