The Bachelor of Science in Accounting provides a strong foundation in areas of financial accounting and reporting, cost and managerial accounting, auditing, and federal income taxation. Students will undertake all courses required for the Certified Public Accounting Examination in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
The major prepares students to have insight into the language, theory, and principles of accounting for careers in the private sector, industry, governmental, and not-for-profit and public accounting.
In addition to meeting the course requirements for each respective major, all students must also fulfill the General Education requirements (approximately 48 credits) for the Undergraduate College. The Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting requires 120 credits.