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Bachelor of Science in Accounting

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Program starting in Fall 2020!

Students in the Bachelor of Science in Accounting program will learn:

  • accounting principles and theory
  • financial accounting
  • managerial accounting
  • cost accounting
  • budget control
  • tax accounting
  • legal aspects of accounting
  • auditing
  • reporting procedures
  • statement analysis
  • planning and consulting
  • business information systems
  • accounting research methods
  • professional standards and ethics
  • applications to specific for-profit, public, and non-profit organizations

Students in the Accounting Technology and Business Administration AS programs, and students in the AA program who complete the required prerequisites, will be eligible to enter the BS in Accounting program. Upon completion of the program, graduates will be prepared for employment in general businesses, accounting firms, financial institutions, and state and federal government institutions.

"This presents students in our service area an affordable option to acquire a highly specialized, well-paying skill – one that will set them on a career path that will be fulfilling and rewarding,” said Max Nagiel, Chair of the School of Applied Business. “The program also aims to close an existing gap in the supply of BS Accounting graduates and the local and regional demand in our service area."
~ Max Nagiel, Chair of the School of Business Administration

For additional information contact:

Dr. Max Nagiel
Academic Chair/Senior Professor
School of Business Administration
Building 200, Room 408
max.nagiel@daytonastate.edu
(386) 506-3829
Fax: (386) 506-4492

Admissions
(386) 506-4DSC
Admissions@DaytonaState.edu

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Last updated: 2020-01-08T14:19:59.738Z