Numbers are the language of business. They tell a story that only the most discerning finance professionals can communicate.
The Bachelor of Business Administration program is a four-year undergraduate degree that allows you to select a concentration that suits your interests and career goals. As a graduate of this degree, you will be able to gain advanced standing toward appropriate professional designations. Also, for more information on Accounting concentration careers, please go to the article ‘What kind of jobs can you get with a Business Management degree?‘.
The Chartered Professional Accountants of BC (CPA) recognize courses completed at Acsenda School of Management for transfer credit towards the CPA Professional Education Program (PEP). Acsenda students can receive transfer credit for all 14 CPA PEP course requirements. For more information, click HERE.
Our accounting concentration courses will help you to achieve a wide range of professional careers where you can be qualified after graduation. You will learn how accounting is one of the most essential pillars for any public and private organization worldwide, besides learning competencies in the different areas of accounting such as financial, managerial, tax, auditing, and forensic, among others.
This program will help graduates to be prepared for entry-level and mid-level positions in a diversity of corporate environments. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) states that accountants and auditors make an average annual wage of $73,560 per year.
For more information about insights from the accounting industry, workforce and employment statistics, and career paths and resources, please visit WorkBC (Financial auditors and accountants).
Accounting Concentration Courses
10 Courses required