"Auditing" Upper Accounting classes

<p>Hello</p>

<p>I am an accounting major. I want to know does it 'look good/okay' to university to audit an upper level accounting/tax class at my local community college before I transfer?</p>

<p>I am not taking it for credit</p>

<p>I just want to get a feel for what I am headed for?</p>

<p>Any constructive advice is welcome</p>

<p>Why would your community college have upper division accounting classes?</p>

<p>Typically you are hard pressed to find a CC that has anything above sophomore level classes.</p>

<p>^^Actually a majority of CCs offer upper level accounting classes because of the large number of people that opt to take CC classes to fulfill the CPA hours requirement.</p>

<p>I'm also suprised CC offer upper level classes. </p>

<p>umm...don't think "University" would care if you audited a class as cc. why would they? </p>

<p>Honestly if you've taken introductory financial & managerial (the introductory accounting courses at most schools) you have a pretty good "feel" for where you are headed. </p>

<p>...although if you decide to do so, I suggest a tax course.</p>