Learn the “language of business”

Accountants play a vital role in developing strong financial management practices and setting the fiscal course for every kind of business. It’s a specialized career path that demands rigorous training and ethical practice, and our program will get you there.

Credits 120
Sample Careers
  • Accountant
  • Auditor
  • Budget Analyst
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The average undergraduate student award is $23,395.

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Program Overview

In the bachelor’s of accounting program, you can expect to cover topics including Intermediate and Cost Accounting, Individual and Corporate Income Tax, Auditing, and Mergers and Acquisitions. Our goal is to prepare you for a career in private industry or public accounting and to equip you with the moral and ethical foundation that will help you become the kind of leader the business world needs.

We offer a dynamic learning environment with experienced instructors and small class sizes. The program is designed to lead you to the CPA exam and get you across the finish line with flying colors. Our faculty is tied into the business world and can provide you with an edge to help you succeed. In addition, internships that combine theory with practical application are available.


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What to Expect

With a bachelor’s in accounting from CUAA, you’ll be well prepared for a huge variety of career paths, including public accounting fields of Auditor, Business Advisor, or Partner and private accounting options such as Controller, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, or Tax Advisor. You’ll emerge from the program ready to take on anything from financial analysis to forensic accounting, and your academic advisers will help you plot the right course for your life. The expertise you gain in this program will serve you throughout your career.

  • Ann Arbor
  • Online
  • Virtual

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