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Accredited Colleges Offering Accounting Degrees

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Accounting is an incredibly popular field for those with a talent for and an interest in math and money. An accountant may work for the government, tax organizations, or any type of business that deals with monetary transactions; some accountants are self-employed contractors. Accounting professionals use their math skills to work with budgets, taxes, and financial projections. Because of the proven financial benefits to hiring accountants, more and more businesses are choosing to do so. Therefore, remarkably fast growth is expected in the accounting field.

Accountants are nearly always required to hold bachelor's degrees and certain certifications. However, because of the increasing interest in accounting, more and more professionals are opting to pursue advanced master's degrees and PhDs to improve their chances of advancing in the industry and earning more money.

Accounting degrees are a hybrid of business management and finance. Therefore, all accounting students must take multiple economics and finance courses to master market trends and learn to apply economic conditions to business models. Because accountants are often entrusted with forming the financial and business plans for businesses, they also take courses in management, business law, and strategic planning. Such courses are especially emphasized in advanced accounting degree programs.

Good accountants are good at math. In fact, some schools offer accounting specialization options for math majors, though most schools provide individual accounting degrees. However, math is just the beginning; the best accountants are also masters of communication, analysis, and strategy. They can be essential players in business fields, maximizing profits or minimizing losses.

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Accredited Colleges Offering Accounting Degrees
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Ashford University Annual Tuition Not Provided Recommend Rate 29% (7 reviews)
120 Programs, 6 in Accounting (view all)
Campuses: Online
  • BA/Accounting
  • BA/Business Administration
  • BA/Consumer and Family Financial Services
  • MA/Accountancy
Florida Tech Annual Tuition $14,724 Recommend Rate Add Review
57 Programs, 3 in Accounting (view all)
Campuses: Online
  • AA Accounting
  • BA Accounting
  • BA Business Administration - Accounting
Capella University Annual Tuition $12,348 Recommend Rate 0% (2 reviews)
246 Programs, 6 in Accounting (view all)
Campuses: Online
  • BS - Accounting (ACBSP-accredited)
  • BS - Accounting CPA Pathway
  • DBA - Accounting
  • MBA - Accounting (ACBSP-accredited)
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Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
Campuses: Tifton
Annual Tuition $11,516 Recommend Rate Add Review
Abraham Lincoln University
Campuses: Los Angeles
Annual Tuition $7,500 Recommend Rate Add Review
Academy College
Campuses: Minneapolis
Annual Tuition $18,680 Recommend Rate Add Review
Academy of Court Reporting and Technology-Cleveland
Campuses: Pittsburgh
Annual Tuition $11,964 Recommend Rate Add Review
Acadiana Technical College-Lafayette Campus
Campuses: Lafayette
Annual Tuition $5,832 Recommend Rate Add Review
Adelphi University
Campuses: Garden City
Annual Tuition $30,800 Recommend Rate Add Review
Adirondack Community College
Campuses: Queensbury
Annual Tuition $7,970 Recommend Rate Add Review
Adrian College
Campuses: Adrian
Annual Tuition $30,758 Recommend Rate Add Review
AIB College of Business
Campuses: Des Moines
Annual Tuition $14,913 Recommend Rate Add Review
Aiken Technical College
Campuses: Graniteville
Annual Tuition $9,630 Recommend Rate Add Review
Aims Community College
Campuses: Greeley
Annual Tuition $10,424 Recommend Rate Add Review
AIU (campus)
Campuses: Houston
Annual Tuition $14,580 - $16,007 Recommend Rate Add Review
Alabama A & M University
Campuses: Normal
Annual Tuition $12,774 Recommend Rate Add Review
Alabama State University
Campuses: Montgomery
Annual Tuition $15,656 Recommend Rate Add Review
Alamance Community College
Campuses: Graham, Burlington
Annual Tuition $7,935 Recommend Rate Add Review
Alaska Pacific University
Campuses: Anchorage
Annual Tuition $29,810 Recommend Rate Add Review
Albany State University
Campuses: Albany
Annual Tuition $18,226 Recommend Rate Add Review
Albany Technical College
Campuses: Albany
Annual Tuition $4,574 Recommend Rate Add Review
Albion College
Campuses: Albion
Annual Tuition $36,051 Recommend Rate Add Review
Albright College
Campuses: Reading
Annual Tuition $36,660 Recommend Rate Add Review
Alcorn State University
Campuses: Alcorn State
Annual Tuition $6,108 Recommend Rate Add Review
Alderson Broaddus University
Campuses: Philippi
Annual Tuition $22,740 Recommend Rate Add Review
Alexandria Technical & Community College
Campuses: Alexandria
Annual Tuition $5,385 Recommend Rate Add Review
Alfred University
Campuses: Alfred
Annual Tuition $25,430 Recommend Rate Add Review
Allan Hancock College
Campuses: Santa Maria
Annual Tuition $6,666 Recommend Rate Add Review
Allegany College of Maryland
Campuses: Everett, Somerset
Annual Tuition $7,440 Recommend Rate Add Review
Allen County Community College
Campuses: Iola, Burlingame
Annual Tuition $2,304 Recommend Rate Add Review
Alpena Community College
Campuses: Alpena
Annual Tuition $5,790 Recommend Rate Add Review
Altamaha Technical College
Campuses: Jesup, Hazlehurst, Brunswick
Annual Tuition $4,576 Recommend Rate Add Review
Alvernia University
Campuses: Reading
Annual Tuition $29,060 Recommend Rate Add Review

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