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Bachelor's in Accounting

A career in accounting offers many advantages and possibilities. Among them are: working in a professional environment in business, industry, or government; the job security that comes with in-demand skills; the potential for career advancement; and the personal satisfaction of doing a highly skilled job. The Bachelor of Science in Accounting program prepares students for career positions such as accounting assistants, bookkeepers, junior accountants, and management trainees. The program is designed to help students develop a sound understanding of fundamental accounting principles and procedures so they can begin a career in accounting. Graduates of the program can take advantage of a job market that continues to increase in demand for skilled professionals.


The Master of Science in Criminal Justice program is not available in Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Wyoming. The Homeland Security program (Associate and Bachelor’s) is not available in Alabama, Minnesota and Wisconsin. The Associate degree in Business program is not available in Alabama. The Computer Information Science program (Associate and Bachelor’s) is not available in Arkansas. The Bachelor’s degree in Paralegal program is not available in Arkansas. Arkansas and Minnesota graduates will receive an Associate in Applied Science degree upon successful completion of an approved associate degree program.

AccreditationAccrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS)
RequirementsMust be 18+ years of age and have High School Diploma or GED.
Delivery FormatEntirely Online
Education LevelBachelor