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Bachelor of Science - Business Administration - Accounting

ECPI University

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Description

The accountant is a key person who can provide management with this critical information. No organization can function effectively without accounting. Our Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting that you can earn in 2.5 years provides students with an in-depth understanding of accounting principles. Accounting graduates are prepared to pursue careers in public accounting, business or government.

The Students enrolled in the Business Administration degree program learn how to be business leaders and owners. They learn how managers make decisions and solve problems in a wide range of business environments. They learn about international business and economies. Students learn to write business plans and reports to support decision-making and management of a business. They learn to work in teams and demonstrate professionalism and ethics. They also learn to communicate about, and collaborate on, business projects in culturally diverse work environments. Students in this program complete two "externships" and a capstone project that give them a practical understanding of business concepts. Students who elect the IT Management concentration area will learn how IT projects are properly managed. Students enrolling in the Food Service Management concentration will learn about the management of a restaurant or other hospitality-related business. Accounting students will focus their studies on documentation and analysis of a business's cash flow, including taxation issues.

What you can learn in Accounting:

  • Standard practices of the accounting profession
  • Preparation of Financial statements: GAAP and IFRS accounting methodologies
  • Integration of accounting systems and financial reporting
  • Fraud detections and deterrence and accounting computer forensics

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Accreditation Information

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges

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