Bachelor of Science in Accounting
$398 per credit hour*
121-122 Credit Hours
Learn what it takes to analyze financial information and effectively communicate your findings to decision makers. With courses in managerial accounting, federal taxation and forensic accounting, this program will help you gain the skills—and the credential—you need to help your company achieve its business goals while helping you achieve your career ambitions.
*Based on a student transferring in between 60–90 credits.
**All rates subject to change.
Upcoming Start Dates:
Term 4: March 11, 2024
Term 5: May 6, 2024
AC 121 Principles of Accounting I
Designed to meet the needs of business students as well as the accounting major. Emphasis on developing the technical procedures of the accounting cycle.
AC 352 Forensic and Investigative Accounting
This course covers topics associated with modern forensic and investigative accounting. The objectives include understanding the principles and practices used to public accountants, internal auditors and others.
AC 441 Federal Taxation I
Introduction to the basic theory of taxation, particularly as it deals with the individual.
AC 461 Auditing Concepts and Methods
The course includes a study of ethics, auditing standards and development techniques of the audit program, and the auditor’s report.
Husson Online programs are accredited through NECHE and prepare students for professional career opportunities.
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Generous transfer credit policy and lifelong career services.