The accounting field offers a range of career options, some requiring special certifications. This degree’s dual purpose prepares students for immediate employment through a strong general accounting background. It also gives students the option to transfer and continue their education. National certification as well as several embedded program certificates are also possible. This degree gives you many options as you enter the accounting field.
Courses & Requirements
The course catalog is a great place to find detailed information on this program.
- Principles of Accounting
- Business Spreadsheet Analysis and Design
- Introduction to Statistics
- Practical Accounting Data Analytics
- Program Chair
Donald Rowe is a graduate of the University of Washington (Foster School of Business), having earned a Masters in Professional Accounting (Taxation). He holds the Quality Matters “Independent Applying the QM Rubric” and “Peer Reviewer Course (PRC) 2008-2013” Certificates. He is also a Certified Public Accountant.
Anne-Mary Nash-Haruna received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting and Finance in her home country of Nigeria, her Masters in Professional Accounting with concentration in Controllership at Strayer University, Columbia, SC, and completed her Ph.D. in Management with concentration in Finance and Accounting at Walden University.
Annette Moultrie-Ohens received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Education at South Carolina State University, Masters in Business Administration (Finance) at Webster University, and completed her Ph.D. in Management/Accounting at Walden University. She has 10+ years experience teaching various accounting, business, finance, and management courses to both undergraduate and graduate students.