Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
The BSA Department is dedicated to the intellectual development of its students and to their preparation for successful careers and productive lives. Our curricula is designed to provide students an understanding of business administration with a focus on accounting.
Our undergraduate program equips students with the knowledge and technological skills for positions in public accounting, industry, and government.
Accounting also continues to be a field with one of the highest demands for graduates. To meet this demand, the curriculum provides students a general knowledge of business with a focus on accounting.
- Provide students with the knowledge and tools needed to obtain meaningful employment and have successful careers.
- Employ critical-thinking, analytical, and problem-solving skills to resolve complex business and accounting issues.
- Provide the educational background for students to meet the educational requirements of various professional accounting certification examinations
- Identify the appropriate managerial and business issues critical to analyzing accounting data and other information used for identifying and assessing opportunities and risks, developing organizational plans, allocating resources, and accomplishing objectives.
- Apply relevant accounting principles and standards to specific business activities and workplace situations.
- Employ national, international, and historical perspectives to analyze accounting and business issues.
- Identify ethical issues associated with accounting and business situations and apply appropriate principles of ethics and civic responsibility.
- Use analytical and research tools to monitor evolving accounting standards and practices and to maintain professional skills in a changing business environment.
- Apply the interpersonal and leadership skills expected of today's accounting professional.