The Program in Depth

Our Bachelor of Business Administration with a specialization in Accounting combines core courses in business fundamentals with in-depth study of accounting principles, concepts, regulatory law and budgeting. Plus, you can develop key managerial skills such as team leadership and management tactics.

You Can Learn How to:

  • Understand the relationship between macro and microeconomic concepts and their application in the management of domestic and global organizations.
  • Utilize accounting principles and concepts in solving real-world accounting related issues.
  • Plan and control operations through budgets, responsibility centers and cost management.

Some Courses You'll Take

When working toward your Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting, more of your program courses will be focused on this specialization than at other similar schools. Classes include:

  • Principles of Financial Accounting

    This course focuses on the underlying concepts, ethical, regulatory and business environment of financial reporting with an emphasis on measurement, v...

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  • Intermediate Accounting I

    Intermediate accounting I provides a combination of professional language and vibrant pedagogy to facilitate the transition from financial principles ...

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  • Intermediate Accounting II

    This course covers the fundamentals of management accounting, including cost accounting, how to develop and use information for costing products and s...

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Course content subject to change

AIU’s business administration degree programs with all their specializations, except for Technology Management and Fashion Marketing, are programmatically accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). The Bachelor of Accounting, Master of Accounting, Bachelor of Healthcare Management and Master of Healthcare Management degree programs are not accredited by ACBSP.

What do employers say about AIU graduates?

4 out of 5

employers of AIU graduates say AIU graduates show leadership skills.1

9 out of 10

employers feel AIU graduates are strong problem solvers.1

4 out of 5

employers of AIU BBA graduates say they are likely to hire another AIU business graduate.1

Still not sure which specialization is right for you?

If you want to enhance your business management and leadership skills consider these specializations:

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Classes start February 8th!