Bachelor Programs in Accounting

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Accounting

Accounting refers to the field of work of managing funds. Accounting is necessary for any successful business therefore there is a high demand for qualified professionals with a Bachelor of Accounting degree who are skilled at accounting.

Students pursuing a Bachelor of Accounting degree will not only learn the fundamentals of accounting, but will also build a strong foundation in business administration. Through courses such as financial accounting, business law, cost management and taxation, students of Bachelor of Accounting programs gain the skills and knowledge necessary for entry level jobs after graduation. Graduates with a Bachelor of Accounting degree are often qualified for jobs as accountants, working for the government, in the private or public sector, formulating budgets, tracking costs and analyzing programs.

If you are interested in the accounting and finance practices of business and want to turn this into a rewarding career then take a look through the options below and find the Bachelor of Accounting degree that is waiting for you!

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Bachelor in Accounting

University of Tampa - Sykes College of Business
Campus Full time 4 years September 2016 USA Tampa

The accounting major provides students with a comprehensive, well-planned and balanced learning experience designed to prepare graduates for success in the accounting profession and the business community. Students are prepared for many different career paths [+]

Bachelor in Accounting

The accounting major provides students with a comprehensive, well-planned and balanced learning experience designed to prepare graduates for success in the accounting profession and the business community. Students are prepared for many different career paths and graduate with a foundation well suited for advancement.  

Accounting is often called the “language of business.” Businesses plan, assess, and report the results of operations, financial condition, and cash position using accounting principles to prepare financial statements that express business operations to both internal and external users of financial information. External users assess creditability, performance, risk, and investment potential while internal users assess the efficiency of resource allocation, performance, and achievement of strategic objectives in the daily management of a business. All organizations, whether large or small, rely on accountants to record and report the activities of the business.... [-]


Bachelor of Accounting

Melbourne Polytechnic
Campus Full time 3 years July 2016 Australia Melbourne

This course has been developed to meet the growing demand for business professionals with qualifications in the areas of accounting and sustainable business. It is ideal for those wishing to combine a mainstream accounting course with a sustainability and environmental management focus. [+]

This course has been developed to meet the growing demand for business professionals with qualifications in the areas of accounting and sustainable business. It is ideal for those wishing to combine a mainstream accounting course with a sustainability and environmental management focus. Interested in sustainability and environmental practices and also want an accounting career? Melbourne Polytechnic's Bachelor of Accounting has been developed in consultation with industry, government, accounting professional bodies and universities to meet the growing demand for business professionals qualified in the areas of accounting and sustainable business. The course includes fundamental Accounting subjects covering general accounting, corporate accounting, management accounting, auditing and taxation and financial management whilst at the same time providing a focus on environmental sustainability through subjects such as Introduction to Sustainability Studies, Environmental Law and Environmental Economics and Policy. Specialist topics include: sustainability environmental law environmental economics environmental policy. Employment outcomes include: general accounting taxation auditing business consulting management sustainable business management sustainable auditing. The Bachelor of Accounting is a Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) accredited degree. Students who successfully complete an Associate Degree of Accounting are eligible to be accepted directly into the Bachelor of Accounting. Professional Membership: Opportunities exist for graduates to apply for membership with CPA Australia, ICA and IPA. Please contact the CPA, ICA and IPA for further information on membership requirements. International Students Entrance Requirements Academic: Australian Year 12 equivalency or higher. English Language: Academic IELTS 6.0 overall or recognised equivalency. Much like choosing a course, every student’s circumstances are different when it comes time for tuition fees and we can guide you through the fee structure. Each course page will outline specific fees, or visit the Local Student fees page or International Student fees page for more information. [-]

Bachelor in Accounting

Augsburg College
Campus Full time September 2016 USA Minneapolis Rochester

Accountants perform an important function in society by providing high-quality financial information. [+]

Bachelors in Accounting. Bachelor in Accounting Accountants perform an important function in society by providing high-quality financial information. Augsburg Accounting majors learn the requisite skills to do this through the study of theories and practices associated with the areas of financial accounting, managerial accounting, tax accounting, and auditing. In addition, Accounting majors take courses in other business areas necessary so that they have a broad understanding of how accounting serves the needs of business managers and others who rely on accounting information. Students completing the Accounting major will be prepared for entry-level positions as auditors and public accountants, management accountants, tax accountants, and internal auditors. Their education will give them knowledge and skills to work as accountants in business, government, and nonprofit organizations and to work in other positions requiring engagement with financial information. The Augsburg Accounting major also provides students with the accounting and business coursework required to take the Uniform Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam. Students can sit for the CPA exam after they have completed their Bachelor of Arts in Accounting. Students should note, however, that in order to be licensed as a CPA they must have completed a total of 150 credit hours in either undergraduate or graduate coursework and have one year of relevant work experience in auditing or taxation. Students will also have met the coursework requirements to take the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) exam. Accounting majors are encouraged to consider taking one of the professional accounting examinations upon graduation. Accounting Major Business Core Requirements Seven courses including: ACC 221 – Introduction to Financial Accounting ACC 222 – Introduction to Managerial Accounting BUS 242 – Principles of Management or BUS 200 – Exploring Business as a Vocation ECO 113 – Principles of Microeconomics FIN 331 – Financial Management MIS 260 – Problem Solving for Business MKT 252 – Principles of Marketing Required Accounting Courses Nine courses including: ECO 112 – Principles of Macroeconomics BUS 301 – Business Law BUS 379 – Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics ACC 322 – Accounting Theory and Practice I ACC 323 – Accounting Theory and Practice II ACC 324 – Managerial Cost Accounting ACC 326 – Tax Accounting ACC 423 – Auditing ACC 425 – Advanced Accounting Graduation Skills Graduation skills in Critical Thinking (CT), Quantitative Reasoning (QR), Speaking (S), and Writing (W) are embedded throughout the offered courses and are met by completing the major. Transfer students must consult an advisor about potential adjustments to their course requirements to fulfill each of these skills. Note: All business majors are encouraged to take KEY 490 – Vocation and the Meaning of Success to fulfill the Augsburg Core Curriculum Senior Keystone requirement. Joint Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and Master of Arts in Leadership A BA in Accounting and an MA in Leadership (MAL) can be earned in this five-year program designed for students who wish to qualify for CPA certification and obtain a Master’s degree. By the end of the fifth year and successful completion of all requirements, the student receives both a BA in Accounting and an MA in Leadership and will have fulfilled the 150-hour requirement to qualify for the CPA certification. The MAL program offers a large number of courses on a weekend schedule. Refer to the Graduate Studies Catalog for a complete list of courses. It is recommended that students meet with an Accounting advisor to create an effective plan for successful completion of the five-year program. Requirements: Students must apply for admission to the MAL program at the end of their junior year. The application process includes submission of a completed application form, three letters of recommendation (two from professors and one from an employer), a personal statement, an example of writing in an academic paper, a GPA of at least 3.30, and an interview with a three-person panel from the MAL program. Students must also have faculty endorsement from the Accounting program. Students must complete at least one year of accounting work experience (either a job or internship) by the time they graduate from the MAL program. Minor in Accounting This minor is recommended for majors in MIS and Finance. Six courses including: ACC 221 – Introduction to Financial Accounting ACC 222 – Introduction to Managerial Accounting ACC 322 – Accounting Theory and Practice I ACC 323 – Accounting Theory and Practice II ACC 324 – Managerial Cost Accounting One of the following: ECO 112 – Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 113 – Principles of Microeconomics MIS 260 – Problem Solving for Business FIN 331 – Financial Management or BUS 379 – Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics [-]

Bachelor of Finance

ISM University of Management and Economics
Campus Full time 7 semesters September 2016 Lithuania Vilnius

This study programme is meant to educate versatile financial specialists. First, the students start learning the essential principles of financial accounting and go down to learning the application of specific methods and principles of finance. The students studying according to the programme acquire knowledge about the management of state, institutional (financial), corporate and... [+]

Bachelor of Finance The Finance programme that is in line with the requirements for CFA® (Chartered Financial Analyst) Level 1 examinations was first introduced in 2011. CFA® is the globally recognised top level qualification of financial analysts that is certified by the CFA Institute. This study programme is meant to educate versatile financial specialists. First, the students start learning the essential principles of financial accounting and go down to learning the application of specific methods and principles of finance. The students studying according to the programme acquire knowledge about the management of state, institutional (financial), corporate and personal finance, which they can later deepen in a specific area of their choice. A graduate of the Finance Programme will be able to manage the financial accounting processes of company groups, make complex investment projects, including decisions regarding financial portfolios and financial risk management, and to analyse financial market operations. After the studies you will be able to: forecast the influence of current economic and financial decisions in a broader context of organisational management; choose the suitable mathematical, statistical, econometric and other analysis methods as well as to independently perform the economic analysis of a country, sector or company; analyse corporate financial management processes and solve financial and management accounting tasks of various difficulty; explain the relationship between the finance theory and practice and make practical use of the knowledge when assessing financial information; analyse the operations of financial markets and institutions. Career prospects Finance specialists are among the specialists the demand for which grew during the economic crisis. Most companies kept their finance specialists and even established new jobs for the specialists of the kind. A graduate of the studies will be able to successfully work in a number of organisations or areas of government finance, i.e. audit business entities, assess market efficiency, engage in corporate finance management by taking into consideration the specific nature of a company or a sector, including the consequences of financial decisions on other managerial areas (marketing, HR management, production and services), and the economic situation in a country and respective legal requirements. The Finance Programme takes place in Vilnius . [-]

Bachelor in Economics

Drury University
Campus Full time September 2016 USA Springfield

The study of economics develops analytical skills that are applicable to many jobs, including careers in business and government. [+]

Bachelors in Accounting. Focus The study of economics develops analytical skills that are applicable to many jobs, including careers in business and government. An economics major also provides an excellent background for graduate study in business, law, public administration, finance and economics. Many students elect to pursue dual majors in the Breech School, with a dual major in economics and finance being particularly commonplace. Student Learning/Engagement/Teaching Economics courses are designed to provide students with the theoretical foundation required to analyze economic problems and help business and government leaders make better decisions. Knowledge of economics is also essential for citizens to participate responsibly in public debate on economic and social issues. Typical Careers for Economics Majors An undergraduate major in economics provides a broad foundation which is excellent preparation for many jobs in business and government. Economics majors are required to take courses in accounting, finance, statistics, marketing, and management in addition to their economics specialization. This preparation provides the broad-based background sought by many employers while emphasizing the rigorous analytical skills that characterize economic reasoning. Where our Students Go Economics majors from Drury have gone on to careers in business, government and higher education. Recent graduates include an analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, a volunteer with AmeriCorps in Los Angeles, an investment banker in training in New York City, and a graduate student in the economics program at the University of Kansas. Course Requirements Students pursuing the bachelor of business administration degree (BBA) with a major in economics are required to complete the following course requirements: Drury CORE Requirements 39-43 hours* BBA Tool Courses 25 hours BBA Core Courses 21 hours Economics Major Courses 33 hours Electives 2-6 hours Total BBA hours: 124-128 hours *Drury CORE hours have been reduced from 45-49 to 39-43 as credit hours (6-7) are included in the BBA Tool Courses hours. BBA Tool Courses: All students pursuing a BBA degree with a major in economics are required to complete the following tool courses: Principles of Accounting Accounting for Management Basic Economic Theory Introduction to Statistics Business Foundations Computer Proficiency Exam Organizational Behavior Analytical Methods Management Information Systems BBA Core Courses: All students pursuing a BBA degree with a major in economics are required to complete the following core courses: Professional Business Experience (Internship) Corporate Finance Study Abroad Leadership & Organizations Business Law & Ethics Business Simulation Workshop Strategic Management Marketing Major Requirements: Students earning a BBA degree with a major in economics also must complete the following courses for the major: Price Theory Aggregate Economic Analysis Econometrics Choose two of the following: Environmental Economics Poverty and Discrimination Public Finance International Economics The faculty of the Breech School reserves the right to modify the above program and degree requirements at any time. Admission Policy Official admission to the Breech School of Business Administration is required* to enroll in any upper-division course (numbered 300/400) with prefixes of ACCT, ECON, FINC, MGMT and MKTG. To be admitted to the Breech School of Business Administration, a student must: Be officially admitted to Drury University. Complete an official declaration of major form indicating the major, minor or special program that the student intends to pursue. At this time, students will be required to read and sign the Breech Student Honor Code. Have completed at least 42 hours of college level credit, including a minimum of 12 semester credit hours at Drury University. Have completed all of the following preparatory courses (or their transfer equivalents) with a minimum grade of C- in each of the following courses: Principles of Accounting Basic Economic Theory Introduction to Statistics Computer Proficiency Exam (must achieve grade of ‘S’) Management Information Systems Choose one of the following: Business Calculus Calculus I Have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 on all Drury University coursework. Conditional Admission. A student not achieving the 2.75 overall GPA, or not achieving the required grades of C- in the preparatory courses listed above, or not completing at least 42 hours of college-level credit, including a minimum of 12 semester credit hours at Drury University, may be granted up to two (2) semesters of conditional admission to the Breech School. Conditional admission cannot be granted to a student not achieving both the required GPA and a minimum grade of C- in the specified preparatory courses. During the semester(s) of conditional admission, the student will be expected to meet all requirements for full admission. The student, subject to advisor approval, may enroll in a total of 13 hours of upper-division Breech School coursework during the terms of conditional admission. Prior to registration, students are required to complete the Permission to Enroll in Upper-Division Breech School Courses form with their academic advisor. Students Majoring in Non-Breech School Majors/Minors Students who must enroll in a Breech School 300 or 400 level offering to fulfill requirements of a program NOT offered through the Breech School of Business Administration may be exempted from this admission policy, provided they have completed all other specific prerequisites for the course. Prior to registration, students are required to complete the Permission to Enroll in Upper-Division Breech School Courses form with their academic advisor. [-]

Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) single major

Curtin Singapore
Campus Full time 2 - 2 years Singapore

Professional accountants analyse the financial dealings of a business or an individual and prepare reports or give advice on their record-keeping and compliance requirements. [+]

Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) single major

 

The Bachelor of Commerce is Curtin Business School's principle course and most internationally recognised business qualification in the Asia-Pacific Region.

Curtin University is ranked as one of the top 100 best-performing universities in the subjects of Accounting and Finance by the QS World University Rankings in 2014.

Are you a dynamo powerhouse of figures and finance?

Professional accountants analyse the financial dealings of a business or an individual and prepare reports or give advice on their record-keeping and compliance requirements. In this major you will develop comprehensive understanding of accounting and the associated fields of auditing, taxation, business law and financial management. You'll cover a variety of accounting units as well as some business, law and finance studies.... [-]


Bachelor in Accounting (Honours)

Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)
Campus Full time 3 years September 2016 Ireland Galway

This highly practical and recognised programme offers a direct pathway to a full-time career in accounting. It provides the learner with a thorough grounding in... [+]

Bachelor of Business in Accounting (Honours)

GMIT Galway Campus

GMIT's School of Business offers a three year Honours Degree (Level 8) in Accounting.This highly practical and recognised programme offers a direct pathway to a full-time career in accounting. It provides the learner with a thorough grounding in the fundamental theories, concepts, principles and practices essential to the pursuit of a fulfilling career in the area of professional accountancy.On completion of this programme, graduates will:

be competent and skilled in a variety of core accountancy disciplines hold a significant number of exemptions from the professional accountancy bodies have a critical understanding of current developments in the accounting world have practical IT skills to enable them to take up immediate employment have developed sufficient professional and personal skills, allowing them to contribute effectively to the work environment. ... [-]

Bachelor of Accounting

Swiss German University
Campus Full time 4 years July 2016 Indonesia Tangerang

In any organization and business enterprises, accounting is one of the core functions which enable the company to manage its financial conditions and business transactions. [+]

About Study Program In any organization and business enterprises, accounting is one of the core functions which enable the company to manage its financial conditions and business transactions. The Accounting study program in SGU is designed to prepare the student's for bright careers in the accounting profession. Our excellent programs broaden and enrich students’ understanding in all accounting fields and financial sectors. What You Study Our 4 year study program offers structured and solid accounting courses such as Introduction to Accounting, Financial Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, Cost Accounting, Management Accounting and Advanced Accounting. Students will also learn Corporate Finance, Financial Statement Analysis and Capital Market and Investment. To update with IT, we offer Accounting Information System and Accounting Software Application courses. Besides, students can enhance their understanding of Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Business Law, Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management. Moreover, we also plan to initiate a study concentration in Auditing and Taxation. Curriculum Semester 1 English 1 Introduction to Business Administration Introduction to Accounting Microeconomics Business Mathematics Business Communication Interpersonal Skills Business Law Extracurricular Courses German Language and Culture 1 Mandarin Language and Culture 1 Semester 2 English 2 Financial Accounting Cost Accounting Corporate Finance Macroeconomics Principles of Marketing Professional Development Ethics and Religious Philosophy Extracurricular Courses German Language and Culture 2 Mandarin Language and Culture 2 Semester 3 Internship 1 (Indonesia) Intermediate Accounting 1 Management Accounting Accounting Information System Analytical and Creative Thinking Semester 4 English 3 Intermediate Accounting 2 Auditing 1 Public Sector Accounting Accounting Software Application Taxation 1 Capital Market and Investment Pancasila and Civic Extracurricular Courses German Language and Culture 3 Mandarin Language and Culture 3 Semester 5 English 4 Advanced Accounting 1 Auditing 2 Taxation 2 Financial Statement Analysis Entrepreneurship Indonesian Language Elective subject 1 Extracurricular Courses German Language and Culture 4 Mandarin Language and Culture 4 Semester 6 Internship 2 (abroad) Semester 7 English 5 Advanced Accounting 2 Accounting Theory Ethic in Accounting Business Research Methodology Business Statistics Strategic Management Elective subject 2 Elective subject 3 Semester 8 Seminar in Accounting Oral Final Study Examination (OFSE) Thesis Why in SGU Courses in Accounting study programs have been adapted to the need of industries especially in relation to the auditing, taxation and capital market. By learning accounting in an international environment at SGU, students have an advantage in pursuing international accounting and finance certification such as CPA, CA, CMA, CIA, CFA and CFP. Our applied case studies sharpen students’ ability in problem solving skills for entering the work force in the real business environment. In our intensive classes, students learn official communication ways to equip them with the ability to speak in accounting business-language. To a certain extent, Qualified and professional lecturers from a strong industry background help students to build their network. Career Prospect A future career as an accountant is in high demand in various companies. A wide range of professions related to accounting are offered, such as an auditor in the big 4 accounting firms, a financial accountant, a management accountant a controller in multinational companies, a financial analyst in capital market's or the banking industry, a financial consultant or a tax specialist. Partnership The Accounting Program has a cooperation with CPA Australia, Indonesia Stock Exchange, and MYOB Accounting Software. Several institutions have formed cooperations such as the Tax Office as well as the big 4 (four) accounting firms. Testimony Karimah Mulahela – British Petroleum I was among the first batch of SGU accounting students and am proud of it. With a combination of practitioners and lecturers, we got to learn from the book and hands-on experience as well which is equally important. The program was carefully outlined to fulfill what we needed after we graduated and prepared us for real work experiences. Farisa Sagita – Price Waterhouse Coopers I am grateful that when I studied accounting at SGU, the lecturers were very experienced and experts in their fields. The curriculum was also great and has really helped me in dealing with real working experiences. [-]

Bachelor in Accounting

Plymouth State University
Campus Full time September 2016 USA Plymouth

A degree in accounting will prepare you for a rewarding career in industry, public, governmental or non-profit accounting. [+]

Bachelors in Accounting. How is the financial success of a company determined? What do investors need to know when deciding whether to invest in a business? Professionals refer to accounting reports and consult with accountants for the information they need to make strategic business decisions. A degree in accounting will prepare you for a rewarding career in industry, public, governmental or non-profit accounting. PSU’s accounting professors bring years of professional accounting experience into the classroom, and will guide you toward your career path, whether your goal is to become a CPA or work within a business. Highlights These are the specialized courses you will have an opportunity to take for this degree option: Intermediate Accounting I Intermediate Accounting II Cost Accounting Income Taxes Investment Principles Commercial Law Accounting Information Systems Advanced Accounting Auditing Auditing Practices Seminar in Finance Managerial Statistics Money and Banking Degree Breakdown Core courses ensure that students are prepared for diverse professional opportunities. General Education courses develop strong writing and critical thinking skills. Students may opt to take introductory courses, which will allow them to identify their strengths, before choosing a major. Hands-on learning activities and faculty with extensive experience bring the real world into the classroom. Individualized career services are available to all students. Breakdown of 122-credit business degree General Education Improve core skills essential to success Composition First Year Seminar 2 Creative Thought Classes 2 Past and Present Classes 2 Scientific Inquiry Classes 2 Self and Society Classes Wellness Connection Classes Business Core Build a solid foundation of business knowledge Finite Math or Calculus Business Statistics Financial Accounting Management Accounting Business Computer Applications Organizational Communications Principles of Marketing Business Law Macroeconomics Microeconomics Financial Management Information Technology Operations Management Organizational Behavior Strategic Management Upper-level Business and Free Electives Develop deeper and broader abilities Upper-level business classes and free electives [-]

Bachelor of Business - Accounting

JCU Singapore
Campus Full time Part time 2 - 3 years August 2016 Singapore

A qualification in business opens the door to great opportunities and a huge variety of careers. The acccounting major provides you the skill to manage contemporary and evolving accounting issues. Our accounting degree holds full accreditation with the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia (ICAA) and CPA Australia. [+]

Bachelor of Business - Accounting A qualification in business opens the door to great opportunities and a huge variety of careers. The accounting major provides you the skill to manage contemporary and evolving accounting issues. Our accounting degree holds full accreditation with the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia (ICAA) and CPA Australia. Study program To complete Bachelor of Business (Accounting) you will need to study 24 subjects including core subjects, accounting major specific subjects as listed below and one minor plus 1 subject on offer, or 5 subjects on offer. Core subjects Accounting for Decision Making Economics for Sustainable Business Business Data Analysis and Interpretation Business, Environment and Society in the Tropics Contemporary Business Communications Managing Consumer Markets Business Law PLUS one of the following: Professional Internship Multi-Disciplinary Project Independent Project Major Subjects Accounting Principles and Systems Cost and Management Accounting Financial Management Business Modelling Business Information Systems Law of Business Organisations (Law) Company Accounting Contemporary Issues in Accounting Performance Management and Control Auditing Taxation Minor Subjects (4 subjects from one of the following areas) Accounting Management Banking Marketing Finance • Tourism Management Tuition fees vary depending on your location: Domestic Fee: $ 48,741 International Fee: $ 50,154 [-]

Bachelor in Accounting

Universidad Panamericana Campus Guadalajara
Campus Full time July 2016 Mexico Guadalajara

Accounting at UP offers you the opportunity to enter the globalized world of work. The career offers a broad perspective of business, including financial accounting, tax and administration accounting, corporate and market finance, human resources, merchandising, production and legal aspects of corporations.<ol> <li></li> </ol> [+]

Bachelors in Accounting. Accounting at UP offers you the opportunity to enter the globalized world of work. The career offers a broad perspective of business, including financial accounting, tax and administration accounting, corporate and market finance, human resources, merchandising, production and legal aspects of corporations. PERFIL DE INGRESO The ideal candidate: Has a vocation for service Is cooperative Has analytical skills Is respectful of rules Is oriented to results Has an ethical sense Works well in teams Shows leadership Is proactive Is interested in professional development Is responsible PERFIL DE EGRESO Upon completing your studies in accounting you will have acquired the multidisciplinary skills to prepare, review, analyze and interpret accounting information to put into practice innovative strategies in financial, fiscal, or legal aspects of a company. These strategies will allow you to contribute to the company’s successful projection in the world of business. CAMPO LABORAL The school of Accounting has links with the Mexican Council for Financial Information Standards, (CINIF), the Mexican Institute of Public Accountants, (IMCP), the Association of Public Accountants Guadalajara, Jalisco, and the Mexican Institute of Executives in Finance. The school also has agreements with prestigious international and national firms, such as: Deloitte, KMPG, PWC, Ernest and Young, Grant Thornton, Padilla Villarruel. Here you will be able to participate in internships programs, starting in your sophomore year. Once you finish your internship, you may also have to chance to join the firm as an employee. These are just some of the companies where our alumni are working: Deloitte, KMPG, PWC, Ernest and Young, Grant Thornton, Padilla Villarruel, RSM Bugarín, Baker Tilly México, Flores Garibay Moreno Padilla y Asoc. , Grupo Martí, Korima, Flextronics, IBM, DELL, Cemex, Grupo BMV, Grupo BBVA, Santander, HSBC, HP. [-]

BComm in Accounting

University of Manitoba
Campus Full time 4 years September 2016 Canada Winnipeg

Accounting is a dynamic field broadly concerned with the measurement of wealth and the financial impact of transactions. Good accounting results in good decision making. The study of accounting gives students the knowledge and professional judgment to determine the most useful way to communicate financial information. The Accounting Major is the first step in obtaining a thorough understanding of accounting. After graduation, many students continue in their accounting studies and pursue one of the following professional designations: CA, CGA, or CMA. [+]

Accounting is a dynamic field broadly concerned with the measurement of wealth and the financial impact of transactions. Good accounting results in good decision making. The study of accounting gives students the knowledge and professional judgment to determine the most useful way to communicate financial information. The Accounting Major is the first step in obtaining a thorough understanding of accounting. After graduation, many students continue in their accounting studies and pursue one of the following professional designations: CA, CGA, or CMA. Degree options B.Comm. (Hons.) Bachelor of Commerce Honours - 4 years B.Comm. (Hons.) Bachelor of Commerce Honours (Co-operative Education Option) - 4.33 years Interesting courses Introductory Financial Accounting Intermediate Accounting - Assets Intermediate Accounting - Equities Cost Accounting Taxation Accounting Accounting Information Systems Auditing Advanced Managerial Accounting Co-Op Options Asper Co-operative Education option Exchange Opportunities Asper International Student Exchange Program Professional opportunities Accountant Comptroller Treasurer Auditor Tax consultant Management consultant Note: due to their excellent analytical and quantitative skills, accountants are increasingly becoming involved in aspects of business such as auditing, internal control, international management, business valuation, risk management, and strategic decision making. As a result of this wide exposure to the operations of business, top managers of large firms usually have strong accounting backgrounds. What is unique about this program at the U of M? Our Student Groups activities extend your learning through fun, peer-organized activities. From weekly networking events and national case competitions to topic-specific student-run groups, there's something for everyone. The Asper School of Business Accounting Association (ASBAA) website is: www.asbaa.ca/ Asper has the largest co-op program on the U of M campus with work terms available at all the major accounting companies and many smaller firms, as well. The Asper Co-op Education program gives you access to real-world, real-time paid work experience, while pursuing your academic studies. Our Career Development Centre specializes in advice and support for accounting business students - during your studies and as you look for career-oriented employment after graduation. We are well connected to the business community through the Associates of the. This ensures your learning goes beyond the classroom with people who have succeeded in the real world. Asper School is accredited by AACSB International, The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, and was awarded the 1999 Global Best Award from the Conference Board of Canada that recognizes the cooperative efforts between universities and the business community. [-]

Bachelor of Commerce - Professional Accounting

Macquarie University
Campus Full time 3 years January 2017 Australia Sydney North Ryde + 1 more

This accounting degree will prepare you to practise as an accountant. You will learn the essential accounting knowledge and a range of business related... [+]

Bachelor of Commerce - Professional Accounting

Accounting is the collection, measurement and communication of economic information which is used for planning, reporting and decision making. Accountants are employed in all areas of commerce, industry and government.This accounting degree will prepare you to practise as an accountant. You will learn the essential accounting knowledge and a range of business related skills in information technology, statistics, economics, commercial law and financial management.Macquarie University is the largest qualified accounting graduate provider in NSW. In April 2013 we graduated 568 bachelor of professional accounting students and 166 masters students.... [-]


Bachelor's In Finance, Accounting And Insurance

University of Warsaw, Faculty of Management
Campus Full time 3 years October 2016 Poland Warsaw

Studies on the "Finance, Accounting and Insurance" to develop specialist skills profile in finance, accounting and insurance.This knowledge is to be generic, firmly rooted in contemporary theories [+]

Bachelor in Finance, Accounting and Insurance Studies on the "Finance, Accounting and Insurance" to develop specialist skills profile in finance, accounting and insurance. This knowledge is to be generic, firmly rooted in contemporary theories of the functioning of the financial market and the international accounting standards. At the same time, achieved qualifications, which include learning outcomes achieved are the basis for not only the activity of a test, but also offer the opportunity to actively participate in economic practice. Without any effort on education in this area is difficult to imagine a rational behavior of economic agents in the era of globalization, integration and computerization.These processes require because on the one hand understanding of financial flows and their standardization, and other ways to hedge against potential economic perturbations. Polish company became the international competition must have managers and employees who are able to optimally combine various solutions in the area of ​​monitoring costs, and risk management. Profile of education, including issues of accounting, finance and insurance, firmly fixed on the basis of quantitative subjects, law and economics makes it possible to prepare an interdisciplinary graduate to the professional activities. The proposed direction is also consistent with the educational standards adopted by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, which in the best schools in the western world - both American and European. At the same time, the selected directional effects are consistent with the requirements of candidates for statutory auditors and certified accountants. ... [-]


Bachelor of Accounting

Lakeland College
Campus Full time 4 years September 2016 USA Plymouth

Most colleges offer an accounting degree. But our degree will make you more attractive to employers than most. Why? Because at Lakeland, you won’t just learn how to crunch numbers. You will get out of the classroom and apply your knowledge in a real-world setting. And that’s exactly what employers want to see on a resume... [+]

Bachelors in Accounting. Most colleges offer an accounting degree. But our degree will make you more attractive to employers than most. Why? Because at Lakeland, you won’t just learn how to crunch numbers. You will get out of the classroom and apply your knowledge in a real-world setting. And that’s exactly what employers want to see on a resume. Come to Lakeland, and your out-of-class accounting journey will include: A required internship, that we will help you land, that’s worth three credits toward your degree The Voluntary Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, which involves you preparing actual tax returns for in-need members of the Sheboygan community (our accounting students prepared more than 500 returns in 2013) Field trips to renowned corporations, such as Kohler Co. Required job shadows of local accounting professionals, that we will help set up Four-year course plan “We certainly provide all the necessary technical knowledge, but the link between classroom learning and actual experience in the field is what’s so valuable,” says Brett Killion, assistant professor of accounting. “We really emphasize becoming a strong professional and helping students get that actual experience, so when they go out into the work world, they’re prepared to be great employees.” Covering all the bases Our accounting program is comprehensive. You will be exposed to financial accounting (record-keeping); managerial accounting (budgeting, forecasting, strategic planning); tax accounting and many other facets of this popular field. “But we also offer a lot of flexibility in terms of emphasis tracks,” Killion says. “We have a fraud and forensics emphasis track and we have a finance and insurance track as well.” Forensic Accounting at Lakeland White collar corporate crime is a growing problem in our society. We are one of only a few United States colleges that offer a fraud and forensic emphasis accounting degree. That’s a source of pride for us, and a valuable option for you. “You are combining your accounting skills, your analytical skills and your detective skills, and putting them all together,” says Killion. “You’re almost an accounting crime solver. You’re not just sitting in a cubicle with a calculator.” Recent Grads, Real Careers Listed below are just some of the actual jobs Lakeland College accounting students from recent graduating classes have landed: Tax associate, PricewaterhouseCoopers Bank examiner, Office of the Comptroller of Currency, Wisconsin Department of Treasury Tax associate, Schenck SC Tax analyst, U.S. Bank Renewable energy analyst, Orion Energy Systems Business analyst, Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting (Tokyo, Japan) Associate accountant, Johnsonville Sausage Associate tax accountant, Thomson Reuters Staff accountant, Adell Cooperative Accounting assistant, Culligan Accountant, Van Horn Hyundai Senior auditor, Orion Energy Systems Accounting Major (63 semester hours) ACC 210 - Financial Accounting Principles ACC 220 - Managerial Accounting Principles ACC 350 - Federal Income Tax I ACC 355 - Federal Income Tax II ACC 395 - Intermediate Accounting I ACC 396 - Intermediate Accounting II ACC 401 - Internship in Accounting I ACC 420 - Cost Accounting ACC 455 - VITA-Income Tax Assistance (1 semester hour) ACC 465 - Accounting Information Systems ACC 471 - Advanced Accounting I ACC 472 - Auditing Theory and Practice ACC 474 - Advanced Accounting II BUS 200 - Business and Professional Protocol (2 semester hours) BUS 301 - Management Information Systems BUS 330 - Management Principles BUS 340 - Principles of Business Finance BUS 350 - Marketing Principles BUS 410 - Business Law I BUS 491 - Business Policy and Strategy (WI) ECN 220 - Principles of Macroeconomics ECN 230 - Principles of Microeconomics [-]