Get the leading edge and prepare to pursue the CMA and CPA certifications,* learn industry-leading know-how, and advance your accounting career with a skill set and ethical framework employers want most. In as little as two years, you can earn your B.S. in Accounting and help drive business decision-making.
Transfer in up to 84 credits for required degree elective credits
August, January, May
What Makes it Special
Complete this program in as little as two years
Prepare to pursue the CMA and CPA certifications.*
Double major with a B.S. in Business Administration with 18 additional credits.
Earn your M.S. in Accounting with 30 additional credits.
What You'll Learn
What You’ll Learn
Analyze and interpret financial and nonfinancial information for stakeholders
Incorporate audit methods and techniques in daily operations
Implement accounting technology to analyze data and communicate results
Laws, regulations and the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)
Collaboration with diverse groups and individuals
Develop ethical principles and character-driven leadership
Let’s Make It Count.
Prior credits earned, past work experience, military service. They all count toward finishing your degree. All of them. Get maximum credit for what you already know, so you’re not starting over — you’re finishing stronger.
When we say “it’s never too late,” we mean it. Whether you last went to school 30 years ago or you enrolled last year at technical college — transfer credits never expire. Submit your transcripts and we’ll get started creating a personalized B.S. in Accounting degree plan for you. Find out how quickly you can earn your degree.
The demand for highly competent and qualified accountants* is rising as a result of globalization, an evolving global digital world, and complex regulatory requirements — from corporations, public accounting firms, and nonprofit organizations. An accountant median annual salary is $73,560 with 135,000 new jobs expected between 2020 to 2030.1
Accountant or auditor$77,250 per year*
Budget Analyst$79,940 per year*
Loan Officer$63,380 per year*
Financial Analyst$81,410 per year*
* Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Accountants and Auditors at https://www.bls.gov/ooh/business-and-financial/accountants-and-auditors.htm (visited April 11, 2022).