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A Wisconsin accounting program that makes you well-versed in all business

Whether you feel drawn towards a career in public accounting, industry, government, private practice, or others, our bachelors of accounting program will help you master the language of business. And that鈥檚 the kind of thing that sets you up for wide-ranging success.

Credits120
Sample Careers
  • Accountant
  • Bookkeeper
  • Budget Analyst
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Program Overview

Our bachelors in accounting is focused on well-rounded preparation, gearing students for success in all realms of accounting practice and providing them with the knowledge base required for key certifications including the CPA, CMA, and CIA. And in the process, you’ll be made ready for a career in private industry or public accounting, with courses covering a lot of ground — from Intermediate and Cost Accounting to Individual and Corporate Income Tax.

This bachelor's of accounting program is also offered as a Minor and online as an accelerated degree. 

Add on a graduate degree

Earn an MBA (Master of Business Administration) with your bachelor's degree in our MBA Fast-Track program. In just five years, earn two college degrees. Enhance your skillsets and your value when you enter the workforce after college graduation. Plus, you will save on tuition when you take your first graduate business courses as an undergraduate. 

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What to Expect
You will learn to understand and represent the myriad complexities of business transactions, processes, and strategies through an accounting based framework founded on GAAP and IFRS. Specifically, you will develop competence across a wide range of accounting knowledge and practices:
  • Gathering and recording financial information, with its compilation and communication
  • Applying best practices in budgeting, planning, and forecasting
  • Supporting and integrating business operations through cost accounting and advanced analytics
  • Establishing internal controls to support ethical business operations and reporting
  • Developing and providing effective financial audits
  • Reporting for non-profits, state governments, and partnerships
  • Accounting for advanced business transactions related to mergers & acquisitions, foreign currencies, and financial derivatives

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