Close

Main navigation

Accounting

Bachelor of Science

Overview

A degree in Accounting prepares students for accounting careers in business, government or non-profit organizations. The major builds upon a strong liberal arts and business core foundation and prepares students to work in corporate accounting positions and for professional certifications such as the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and the Certified Management Accountant (CMA). Students interested in earning these certifications should check with their state’s CPA  or CMA education requirements.

Program
Details

Course Length

58 Credits

Location

On Campus

Meet our Faculty

Eric Grube

Assistant Professor, Business Administration - BBA

Rev. Dr. Michael Dorner

Vice President for Finance | Assistant Professor of Accounting

Accountant and Auditor $ 69,350

2017 Median Income

10 %

Job outlook 2016-26
(Faster than average)

Financial Examiner $ 81,690

2017 Median Income

10 %

Job outlook 2016-26
(Faster than average)

Tax Examiner, Collector, and Revenue Agent $ 53,130

2017 Median Income

-1 %

Job outlook 2016-26
(Little or no change)

Budget Analyst $ 75,240

2017 Median Income

7 %

Job outlook 2016-26
(As fast as average)

Credit Analyst $ 84,300

2017 Median Income

11 %

Job outlook 2016-26
(Faster than average)

Budget Analyst $ 75,240

2017 Median Income

7 %

Job outlook 2016-26
(As fast as average)

Student Outcomes

Sarah May

Senior Tax Associate at RSM

Crystal Thompson

Nonprofit Audit and Tax Associate, CliftonLarsonAllen