Accounting Concentration

Accounting Concentration
for Business Administration

With an accounting concentration, students will be prepared for a variety of different careers. The demand for accountants is growing steadily, so it is a great profession to be entering. This concentration offers an option to take the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) track for those who are interested in sitting for the CPA exam. In addition to the CPA license, accounting students can work to attain their license as a Certified Management Accountant, Certified Financial Manager, Certified Fraud Examiner, among others. The accounting profession considered to be somewhat recession-proof because individuals and businesses still need to comply with tax laws and regulations regardless of the current economic status.  To read about some possible career options available with an accounting concentration, click here.

Business Administration Degree Checksheet Prior to Fall 2013

Business Administration Degree Checksheet After Fall 2013

 

Courses

BA 211 – Financial Accounting
BA 213 – Managerial Accounting
BA 333 – Individual Income Tax
BA 383, 384, 385 – Intermediate Accounting I, II, III
BA 419 – Advanced Accounting
BA 421 – Cost Accounting
BA 428 – Auditing

 

Accounting CPA Track

(Add these to the classes above)
BA 334 – Corporate Tax

BA 420 – Not-for-Profit Accounting

BA 434 – Forensic Accounting

 


The accounting program at Eastern Oregon University’s College of Business has been certified by the Institute of Management Accountants.


Eastern Oregon University has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE), located in Olathe, Kansas.

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