Bachelor of Business Administration: Accounting

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Program Description

Multiply your career opportunities through the University of West Alabama’s online Bachelor of Business Administration. Students in the program engage with a range of topics that will enhance your ability to impact organizations of all sizes and industries. For those looking to develop a solid foundation in business theory, this program will act as a springboard into the next step of your professional life.

With a program concentrated on accounting, you’ll be prepared to enter a dynamic and expanding field. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, accountants and auditors earn about $67,000 per year. Moreover, the number of these positions is expected to grow by 11 percent by 2024. In the accounting concentration, you’ll have the ability to receive training from accounting practitioners with extensive experience in the field.

The program is one of the most affordable in the state, and students have options to customize their schedules to maximize their success. This means that as students work to balance their work and personal commitments, they’ll be able to move through the program flexibly and at a feasible rate.

Upon graduation, you’ll be able to secure a position in a variety of positions as an accountant, auditor, budget analyst, accounting manager and many more. The degree offers students a strong baseline knowledge of topics that include business communication, finance, professional development, application development, and computer networking. As a result, BBA in Accounting graduates who enter the job market possess an attractive skill set for any employer.

Last updated Oct 2020

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The University of West Alabama Online is dedicated to making your education as affordable as possible. Discover what it will cost — and how much you’ll save.

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