AY24 Academic Catalog/Handbook


OFTC’s Accounting programs include sequences of courses that prepare students for careers in today’s technology-driven workplaces. The skills students acquire in this program help them secure a job, excel, and advance in the field. Students obtaining an accounting associate of applied science degree will be able to enter the workforce as accountants with the skills necessary to handle an array of financial and managerial accounting tasks, including maintaining a set of books for business entities, current and long-term liabilities, cost behavior and cost-volume-profit analysis budgets, capital investment analysis, and many more.

Program Advisor:

Stan Lawson, Ed.D.

Division Chair Business Services, Accounting/Business Management Instructor

A.A., East Georgia College

B.B.A., Georgia Southern University

M.B.A., Georgia College and State University

Ed.D., University of Georgia