Universities are working to inform their students in related professions and to help them specialize in them.
In this respect, it is important that universities know their students well and evaluates their expectations from education. For this purpose, the study aimed to investigate the attitudes of associate degree students towards an accounting course and whether these attitudes correlate with their success levels. The data required for the study were collected using the questionnaire method. The data obtained were analyzed using the SPSS 24.0 program. Factor analysis was used to analyze the data. Students' attitudes towards accounting course were grouped into five groups as unnecessary, necessary, boring-meaningless, useful and enjoyable-fun. As a result of the research, significant differences were found between the students' general academic grade point averages and accounting course grade intervals and their attitudes and perceptions towards accounting course. The students' attitudes towards the accounting course with high general academic grade point average and accounting course grade range were positive (necessary-useful-enjoyable).