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Accounting B.S.

Students earning a Bachelor of Science in Accounting degree will gain both a breadth of knowledge in core business fields as well as the depth of knowledge required for them to successfully enter the professional accounting field. Students will complete a 58-credit interdisciplinary business core that provides an overview of the primary business functions, and 24 credits of specialized accounting coursework. This program of study seeks to prepare students to be qualified to sit for the CPA exam, which is credential required by accounting firms for managerial positions in the field.   

Students earning a Bachelor of Science in Accounting degree will gain both a breadth of knowledge in core business fields as well as the depth of knowledge required for them to successfully enter the professional accounting field. Students will complete a 58-credit interdisciplinary business core that provides an overview of the primary business functions, and 24 credits of specialized accounting coursework. This program of study seeks to prepare students to be qualified to sit for the CPA exam, which is credential required by accounting firms for managerial positions in the field.    

Our small class sizes of less than 25 students allow individual direction from faculty with relevant business experience who integrate real world experiences into their lessons. Our school’s excellent relationships with a variety of corporations – public/private, for profit and not-for-profit as well as government agencies – throughout the D.C. metro area provide access to quality paid summer internships that often lead to permanent employment opportunities. The curriculum also allows students to obtain a BS in Accounting with a minor in finance within the normal expected graduation time. 

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