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This Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree program features a specialization in Accounting and is designed to provide a solid background in business fundamentals, followed by an in-depth study and application of accounting practices and concepts as they relate to numerous accounting challenges graduates may encounter in today’s dynamic business environments. Coursework is structured to assist them in the development of their goals as they acquire the knowledge and skills common to industry-current accounting professionals.


The goal of the BBA program with a specialization in Accounting is to introduce students to financial accounting and help them learn the fundamentals of the accounting cycle. Students will also be challenged to understand the role of accounting information in support of decision-making and planning throughout an organization.

In this business-focused curriculum, students can focus on the underlying concepts, ethical, regulatory and business environment of financial reporting with an emphasis on measurement, valuation and presentation of typical asset-related items.


The AACTD BBA with a specialization in Accounting gives students the opportunity to learn accounting methods for planning and controlling operations through budgets, responsibility centers and cost management. In this curriculum, students can learn how to:

  • Assess decisions and employ methods for improving decision-making.
  • Apply team building and leadership skills.
  • Apply mathematical, statistical, and research techniques to analyze contemporary business practices and functions.
  • Communicate effectively in business situations.
  • Understand the implication of technology and the Internet on today’s businesses.
  • Recognize and manage potential ethical and legal conflicts.
  • Apply the concepts and principles of finance and accounting to make effective decisions.
  • Explain macro and microeconomic concepts in relation to the management of domestic and global organizations.
  • Apply accounting principles and concepts to real-world accounting related issues.
  • and many more industry-related skills.


In addition to the general education requirements, this BBA program with a specialization in Accounting includes the following courses, taught by instructors who have relevant career experience in the field of accounting. The experiences and firsthand perspectives they share in class can help prepare you for real-life challenges after you graduate.


  • Principles of Accounting I
  • Introduction to Business
  • Lower Division Capstone
  • Microeconomics
  • Macroeconomics
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Managerial Accounting
  • Quantitative Methods and Analysis
  • Financial Management
  • Management and Leadership of Organizations
  • Survey of Human Resource Management
  • Management Information Systems


  • Principles of Financial Accounting
  • Intermediate Accounting I
  • Intermediate Account II
  • Cost Accounting
  • Taxation
  • Auditing
  • Accounting Information Systems
  • Government/Institutional Accounting
  • Business and Professional Ethics for Accountants
  • Professional Accounting
  • Risk Management
  • Budgeting


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