A career in accounting is more than just crunching numbers at tax time. It also means offering consulting services, analyzing profitability and developing budgets. It’s a challenging, dynamic field in which you can help people and organizations thrive through informed financial decisions.
In our B.S. in Accounting program, you’ll discover how to apply your skills to a variety of possibilities, and you’ll learn from professors who have experience in the field. In fact, our faculty members bring public accounting, corporate income taxation, forensic accounting, accounting information systems, auditing, law enforcement, and education experience to the classroom.
Providing a valuable education with so many career possibilities is just one of the reasons why the Malcolm Baldrige School of Business was ranked in the top 10 for ROI by Payscale in 2014. In Post’s B.S. in Accounting, you will:
Learn from faculty members with extensive real-world experience
Gain the skills to succeed in traditional accounting jobs
Learn how to apply your knowledge to a variety of industries
Be part of a hands-on, practice-based curriculum
Note: Licensure is a professional process that varies from state to state. Please consult the appropriate state agency to determine the specific requirements for licensure in your state.
Students in the Bachelor of Science in Accounting degree program learn how to apply practical accounting principles and concepts to modern businesses. Through a combination of accounting and business courses, students will gain knowledge of the regulations that govern financial reporting and tax compliance as well as develop their skills in the areas of financial analysis, financial forecasting, costing and budgeting.
Graduates can secure employment in the accounting departments of local or national businesses, the federal government, or non-profit organizations. Many graduates pursue CPA and CMA certifications. This degree program is nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
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