If your strengths are in problem solving, numbers, and logic, an accounting degree may offer a rewarding career. The Bellevue University Bachelor of Science in Accounting prepares you for positions in accounting in a variety of organizations where you could make a difference:
Bellevue University offers the bachelor's degree in accounting online and in-class. The degree program will apply your aptitudes and develop them into skills for financial accounting, cost accounting, auditing, tax accounting, and analysis. At the completion of the accounting program, you will be equipped to enter professional accountancy and to prepare for the Certified Public Accountant exam. (See the Curriculum page for specific requirements.)
An optional accountancy internship offers a practical way to gain experience and discover your particular interests. You may also specialize with the addition of an emphasis in Business Finance or a minor in tax accountancy.
Integrating hands-on, applied learning with theory, all Bellevue University degrees are designed to deliver a transformative student learning experience that is flexible to accommodate your personal and work life.
If you wish to pursue an advanced degree you will be well positioned to enter the Master of Science in Accounting. As a Bellevue University undergraduate, you are allowed to take up to 12 credits of specifically defined graduate-level accounting courses during your last year of the undergraduate degree program (students with 90 credits or above).
At the successful completion of the Bellevue University Accounting Degree online or in-class, students will be able to:
Apply accounting concepts and procedures for strategic and operational problem solving and decision-making in each of the following areas: marketing, finance, and management
Analyze financial information using industry specific technology
Communicate in a variety of professional and media contexts including report analysis
Apply ethical principles and critical thinking skills to accounting and evaluation of organizational decisions
Evaluate the impact of international business issues on accounting information