Bachelor's Degree in Management: Accounting

Management Accounting

The Accounting specialization of the Management program prepares students for business careers that are accounting-oriented, such as: financial analyst, business manager, management accountant, financial consultant, financial planner, or broker. The program leads to a Bachelor of Professional Studies and is designed so students can gain a proficiency in both accounting and business-related courses.

This program is fully accredited through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education.  Visit to learn more about our accreditation status and to review the Annual Report to IACBE.

Student Learning Goals:
    •    Prepare students for entry-level employment in financial-related disciplines;
    •    Prepare students for graduate-level work in business; and
    •    Prepare students for employment in Management Accounting.

Special Features:
The degree offers students the opportunity to procure employment in either business or accounting. An internship is required. Students are also prepared to pursue a master of business administration degree or enroll in additional education in order to pursue certification in accounting.

Career Options:
Accounts Payable/Receivable Manager
Benefits Specialist
Business Office Manager
Financial Analyst 
Financial Consultant
Management Accountant  
Payroll Supervisor