Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business
School of Undergraduate Studies
In recent years, new government regulations have fueled tremendous growth in the accounting profession. Our online bachelor's degree program in accounting will help you develop the important technical, professional, and interpersonal skills you need to succeed in this fast-growing field. You may customize your academic program by selecting elective courses based on your professional goals and needs
You may be closer than you think. Our petition process helps you document prior learning. Based on a faculty evaluation of your petition, you may earn credit for competencies developed through prior education or work experience.
- ENROLL NOW FOR CLASSES BEGINNING: May 1, 2017
- COST PER CREDIT: $290
- (pricing is subject to periodic adjustment)
- TOTAL QUARTER CREDITS: 180
General Education Courses:
To complete your bachelor's degree, you will need 45 quarter credits in general education subject areas with a minimum of 6 quarter credits from each category. We offer general education courses in communication, humanities, natural science and mathematics, and social science.
- BUS 3004 - Developing a Business Perspective - 6 credits
- BUS 3010 - Fundamentals of Management and Leadership - 6 credits
- BUS 3020 - Fundamentals of E-Business - 6 credits
- BUS 3030 - Fundamentals of Marketing and Sales - 6 credits
- BUS 3040 - Fundamentals of Human Resource Management - 6 credits
- BUS 3050 - Fundamentals of Organizational Communication - 6 credits
- BUS 3060 - Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting - 6 credits
- BUS 4060 - Financial Accounting Principles - 6 credits
- BUS 4061 - Managerial Accounting Principles - 6 credits
- BUS 4062 - Intermediate Financial Accounting Topics & Trends - 6 credits
- BUS 4063 - Advanced Financial Accounting Topics & Trends - 6 credits
- BUS 4064 - Cost Accounting for Planning and Control - 6 credits
- BUS 4065 - Income Tax Concepts and Strategies - 6 credits
- BUS 4066 - Contemporary Auditing: An Ethical Perspective - 6 credits
- BUS 4070 - Foundations in Finance - 6 credits
- Choose 39 credits of additional undergraduate courses.
- The following course should be taken during the learner's final quarter.
- BUS 4993 - Business Capstone Project - 6 credits
This specialization provides learners with
an understanding of a wide array of accounting
related services, including budget analysis,
financial and investment planning, and financial
statement and internal control auditing. These
skills prepare graduates for a profession in
financial, managerial, or government accounting.
In addition to accounting expertise, learners in
the specialization will demonstrate the
interpersonal and communication skills required
to present information to both internal and
external clients, influencing organizational
effectiveness at all levels of their organization.
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