Bachelor’s of Accounting

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Become the Financial Expert the Business World Needs

Put practical concepts into action as you analyze financial information, develop reports, and learn about regulations that prepare you to pursue a career in the accounting field.

Earn your bachelor’s degree in Accounting

The B.S. in Accounting program prepares you with the concepts, principles and hands-on experience you need to gather, review and analyze financial information. Through the program, you will:

  • Study professional and regulatory requirements
  • Master accounting concepts, principles and theories
  • Learn professional codes of ethics and explore current ethical issues
  • Understand internal accounting systems, controls and reports for decision-making purposes
  • Apply concepts and analyze the results

Join the varied and growing field of accounting.

Decision-makers in companies worldwide rely on financial data to make the best choices. That means they need you. Graduates with an accounting degree can pursue careers as:

  • Financial analyst
  • Estate planner
  • Investment counselor
  • Accounting manager
  • Market researcher
  • Auditor
  • Comptroller

Admission Requirements

There are no special admissions requirements. Incoming first-year or transfer students may declare the major upon application.

Additional Program Benefits

  • Opportunity to pursue internships with companies including JP Morgan Chase, Prudential Securities, Merrill Lynch, KPMG and PWC
  • Students explore career and graduate school opportunities in the field of accounting, including requirements for CPA, CMA and CIA designations
  • Part of SHU’s Jack Welch College of Business, which offers innovative programs, an active approach to learning and experiential learning opportunities, alongside networking and resume-building opportunities

Take the first step toward a future that counts. Apply for your Bachelor of Science in Accounting today.