Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting

An accounting degree from Georgia Southwestern provides a solid foundation for any number of business careers, including traditional accounting positions as well as legal studies, banking, and careers with the FBI and other agencies. Many accountants pursue graduate education in diverse fields or earn professional recognition through certification and designation to become a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Management Accountant (CMA), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), or Certified Financial Planner (CFP).

A degree in accounting prepares students for a career in the following:


Career and Curriculum Overview

If you want to join the business world as an energetic problem solver and consultant on business strategies and financial operations, you may want to consider the field of accounting. The College of Business and Computing offers accounting students engaging activities in:

  • Preparing financial statements
  • Recording business transactions
  • Analyzing business performance
  • Determining costs and efficiencies to guide business decisions
  • Participating in strategic planning
  • Planning tax strategy
  • Managing health care benefits


Course Rotation        Program Curriculum


Undergraduate Major

Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting

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Faculty & Staff

Accounting Student Testimonials

Accounting Student Testimonial
Accountants should be excellent communicators, critical thinkers, technologically savvy, leaders, decision makers, and strategic thinkers.
Accounting Student