If numbers are like a second language for you, then the bachelor’s in Business Administration degree program in Accounting at Bryant & Stratton College could open the door to your dream career. As a graduate of this undergraduate degree program, you’ll be prepared to pursue a number of entry level accounting- and financial-related careers in business, industry, government, and nonprofit organizations. In addition to augmenting your understanding of math, finance, and economic skills, you’ll gain the decision making and risk management skills you need to pursue employment with accounting firms or government agencies. This is the education and credential you need to land jobs and opportunities such as staff accountant, internal auditor, tax accountant, management accountant, financial analyst, financial manager, revenue analyst, budget analyst, or business manager.
The bachelor’s degree program in Accounting places a strong emphasis on accounting concepts, so you will benefit from a solid business foundation through complementary courses in management, finance, technology, marketing, and business law. You'll also gain critical business skills through the operations management and strategic planning courses. At the conclusion of this Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting, you will be effectively prepared to address accounting- and business-related problems in their careers.
*The BBA Accounting bachelor’s degree program does not prepare you to take the Certified Public Accountant Exam. Graduates will need to pursue additional education in order to take the CPA Exam.
From audits to economic policies, this BBA Accounting program provides a well-rounded education in accounting fundamentals. As a graduate, you’ll come away with the ability to:
- Recognize the commonalities between financial theory and tax law and the economic and social policy issues of taxation.
- Record and report financial information using generally accepted accounting principles (GAAPs).
- Judge appropriate ethical behaviors that follow the laws and regulations applicable to the accounting practice.
- Integrate theory, knowledge, and technology to interpret financial and nonfinancial information to aid decision-makers within an organization.