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BBA – Corporate Accounting

Program Description

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree in corporate accounting is designed to prepare you for an accounting career in a corporate environment. This program gives a strong foundation in financial and managerial accounting. The curriculum is designed to prepare you for the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) examination. Graduates of this program will be well prepared to meet the professional challenges faced by accounting professionals in a corporate business environment.

As a graduate from this program, you can work as a corporate accountant, controller, credit manager, risk manager, and business consultant. Students who have an aptitude for international accounting can work for multinational companies. Career opportunities in accounting are projected to grow steadily in the next decade.

Career Opportunities

  • Cost Accountant
  • Tax Planner
  • Transaction Services Representative
  • Budget Analyst
  • Information Technologist
  • Financial Manager
  • Financial Reporter
  • Internal Auditor

Learning Outcomes

Graduates of the corporate accounting program will be able to:

  • Prepare and interpret financial statements for profit and nonprofit companies.
  • Apply advanced financial and cost accounting concepts.
  • Demonstrate accounting information systems and internal controls.
  • Compute the value of real and financial assets.
  • Analyze and manage risk as a financial manager.
  • Explore the functions and operations of financial markets and institutions.

BBA – Corporate Accounting (120 Credits)

Additional Program Requirements

General Education (see General Education Requirements for details) 30 credits

Electives (15+ Credits)
*Note: 15 credits within lower division core can also count towards general education. *Note: Up to 15 designated major or elective credits can be replaced with MBA or MS courses, which will count towards graduate degree requirements. For more information on University degrees, please refer to the University Catalog.