It is estimated that jobs in the accounting field will grow by 12 percent over the next decade, so students who graduate with an accounting degree will have a variety of exciting career opportunities.
CCU’s Accounting degree is designed to meet the rising demand for accounting professionals with a BS degree who are committed to high ethical standards in the world of business. Students in the accounting program gain a foundation of knowledge in business and economics, and receive training in a variety of specialized accounting fields including tax accounting, accounting for nonprofit and government organizations, and accounting systems.
Focus Areas in the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in accounting parallel sections of the Uniform CPA Examination, including: financial accounting and reporting, auditing and attestation, and regulation. In addition, the bachelor's of science in accounting coursework meets Colorado state exam requirements, when combined with the Advanced Accounting emphasis for the MBA.
Courses are typically completed in five-week, seven-week, and ten-week blocks.
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