Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting
It's all about the Benjamins, right? As an accountant, you make sure those Benjamins get to the people, programs, and agencies they are supposed to. You may be responsible for accounts ranging from a few thousand to millions of dollars. If you work as an accountant for a large corporation, the job often involves frequent travel across the nation, or even the world in the case of multinational corporations. Often, you'll work as part of a close-knit team without a lot of interruptions from a supervisor. This independence is a great perk to being an accountant, but if you want to take that independence a step further, then you should definitely add DSU's Professional Accountancy option!
This program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs. (ACBSP)
Possible Job Titles:
- Controller, Internal Auditor
- IRS Auditor
- IRS Enrolled Agent
- Cost Accountant
- Financial Analyst
- Payroll Administrator
- Accounting Software Developer
Benefits of a DSU Degree?
- Class size/personal attention (Faculty-Student ratio):
- Class size in accounting courses is small. Usually there are 15-20 students per class.
- Faculty's unique experiences or certifications in this major:
- Professor Puetz is a CPA and lawyer who has public accounting work experience.
- Integrated Technology:
- Accounting software used in the major in addition to Excel and Access includes QuickBooks, PeopleSoft, and TurboTax for Individuals and businesses.
- What type of special opportunities can students take part in?
- Students can participate in SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) and the PBL (Phi Beta Lambda) Business Club.