From large corporations to small firms, every business needs an accountant to make informed financial decisions. With an accounting degree from Post University, you can fulfill this integral role in accounting departments of local or national businesses, the federal government, or non-profit organizations. Many of our graduates enter the workforce right away or pursue their Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Certified Management Accountant (CMA) certification.
Program HighlightsThis program provides 36 accounting credit hours to meet the educational requirements for becoming a CPA in most states, and accounting courses cover topics on the CPA and CMA exams. You will also gain knowledge in areas such as:
You can obtain your accounting degree in a traditional, 16-week format at our Connecticut campus (evening and weekend classes available) or in an accelerated, eight-week online environment — or a combination of both. Our commitment to you is a personalized educational experience, and we’re happy to work with your schedule.
Whether you’re seeking to enter the field or advance in your current accounting position, our experienced faculty and staff are here to help you succeed. We will discuss potential accounting jobs with you and help guide you to the right path for your goals.
Stop punching the time card and start crunching numbers in your career. Contact us to enroll in our on-campus or online accounting degree program today.This degree program is nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
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