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Accounting

 

Program

It used to be that an accountant's main function was merely generating financial information.

In today's world of technology, however, accountants have expanded the services they provide, making them integral team members in planning, coordinating, and controlling the financial activities of businesses at a bottom-line level, whether in public accounting firms, private industry companies, or not-for-profit entities.

At St. Ambrose, you'll find a fully integrated program that can accommodate your career aspirations in accounting, whatever they may be. With your four-year accounting degree, you can choose a satisfying career or go on for an advanced degree. The program also helps individuals prepare for the CPA exam.

Learn more about your career in accounting.

Accounting Degree

St. Ambrose University offers a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting. A minor also is offered in Accounting (18 credits required).

The Accounting major requires 33 credit hours of accounting, 6 credit hours of economics and 18 credits hours of business administration courses.

A Master of Accounting program is also offered, with full-time, part-time and accelerated format options.

Learn accounting at an accredited business college

What does it mean to be accredited? Quality!

The College of Business is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) which measures standards of quality in our courses, relationships with the business community, and faculty scholarship. You learn from the best at St. Ambrose!



Learn accounting at an accredited business college

What does it mean to be accredited? Quality!

The College of Business is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) which measures standards of quality in our courses, relationships with the business community, and faculty scholarship. You learn from the best at St. Ambrose!