Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting
About the Program
Accounting is the language of business. From tax regulation to corporate fiscal health, understanding business requires a firm understanding of accounting.
Columbus State's Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting degree will provide you with a solid foundation to pursue post-graduate professional licensure (CPA or CMA) or graduate study in accounting, business, or finance. Our immersive curriculum emphasizes global business issues, business communication and technology, and creative problem-solving.
The accounting major includes 24 upper division required hours of accounting. You can choose from a variety of required and elective courses designed to meet the needs of today's employers. Courses are offered on a rotating basis during the day, at night, or online.
When you earn your Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting degree, you'll be prepared for a broad range of careers including:
- Accountant/Accounting manager
- Forensic accountant
- Financial controller
- Internal auditor
- Tax examiner, collector, or revenue agent
My education at CSU extended far beyond the classroom. I forged lasting connections with faculty and classmates which in turn has continued to nurture my professional and personal development.
Please see our academic catalog for additional information about this degree's requirements.
Tuition and Fees
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From state scholarships to federal student aid, we’re here to help you take advantage of every educational resource.