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Bachelor of Science in Accounting

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Bachelor of Science in Accounting

Accountants oversee the accurate and efficient operation of business by assessing financial statements, preparing tax returns, managing payroll and much more. Since accountants are central to almost all organizational operations, they are often consulted to make business decisions and to find ways to reduce costs, enhance revenues and improve profits. Getting your start in accounting can lead to a successful business career.

Sullivan’s on-campus and online Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting incorporates a unique blend of accounting, business, information technology and general education requirements within the curriculum in order to graduate well-rounded, highly competent accounting professionals. Graduates will be prepared for careers in public accounting, management accounting, tax, not-for-profit, cost, governmental and internal audit.

Program Information

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Program Highlights & Locations

  • Sullivan’s accounting programs follow a stair-step progression that makes it easy for you to move forward with your education at your own pace. Once you earn your bachelor’s degree, you can then go for your MBA with an accounting concentration that can take you even farther, equipping you for senior-level management positions and CPA (Certified Public Accountant) certification. Best of all, we integrate Becker Professional Education CPA exam prep into all graduate accounting courses to ensure that you are well prepared for your certification exams.
  • You can choose to take all your Bachelor’s in Accounting courses online, on-campus, or a combination of both.
  • Our talented faculty team brings quality instruction to every course, incorporating hands-on learning experiences along with real-world applications in the classroom. Our faculty includes scholars, consultants, entrepreneurs, and practitioners who provide their students with insight into real-world accounting practices.
  • Small classes allow for individualized attention and coaching in career opportunities.
  • We are committed to preparing all accounting graduates to pursue accounting certification, including CMA (Certified Management Accountant) certification.
Locations:
Louisville Campus Lexington Campus Fort Knox Extension Campus Online Learning Center - Louisa

Program Information

Objectives

To prepare students to earn CMA (Certified Management Accountant) certification.

To ensure all graduates gain a thorough understanding of the fundamentals and applications of accounting, including:

  • How to record business transactions using General Ledger Computer Software
  • How to use a "Practice Set" that provides a full understanding of the accounting cycle from initial entries through financial statement preparation
  • How to design an accounting system
  • Tax law through preparation of true-to-life tax returns for individuals and corporations
  • Payroll with a simulated model both as a manual system and a computerized system

Account bachelor's degree students will also complete an interdisciplinary capstone business policy project in which they must monitor their own company, make crucial business decisions and evaluate those results.

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What qualities should a Bachelor of Science in Accounting student have?

This program would appeal to you if you like numbers and basic mathematics and mathematical relationships. In addition, this program will appeal to you if you are organized, analytical, attentive to detail, and able to work and communicate with others. At the bachelor's level, a greater understanding of accounting techniques and the ability to solve various financial and management issues are required.

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Courses

Total Credit Hours: 124

Length: 18 months beyond Associate Degree

Completion of the Associate Degree or its equivalent (see the Undergraduate Admissions section of the catalog for a description of Sullivan University's 2+2 programs).

Time length for program completion will vary depending upon the number of courses taken per term, developmental courses when required, transfer credit accepted, lack of continuous enrollment, etc.

  • General Studies Electives - Students must choose three additional General Education classes, including one from the Natural Sciences / Mathematics category, one from the Social / Behavioral Sciences category, and one from the Humanities / Fine Arts category. These classes are in addition to the required General Education classes listed in the program.
  • Free Electives - Students must choose additional classes in consultation with their faculty advisor to balance the program in keeping with the student's personal objectives.

Course

Title

Credit Hours

ACT 101

4.00

ACT 102

4.00

ACT 103

4.00

ACT 201

4.00

ACT 202

4.00

ACT 203

4.00

ACT 211

4.00

ACT 264

4.00

ACT 334

4.00

ACT 404

4.00

ACT 424

4.00

ACT 002

0.00

BUS 204

4.00

CMM 401

4.00

CMM 402

4.00

CMM 403

4.00

CSC 118

4.00

CSC 218

4.00

FIN 324

4.00

MGT 304

4.00

MKT 304

4.00

MGT 464

4.00

ECO 201

4.00

ECO 202

4.00

ENG 101

4.00

ENG 102

4.00

ENG 204

4.00

GEC 220

4.00

MTH 201

4.00

MTH 202

4.00

MTH 301

4.00

PHL 464

4.00

Total Credit Hours: 124

Length: 18 months beyond Associate Degree

Completion of the Associate Degree or its equivalent (see the Undergraduate Admissions section of the catalog for a description of Sullivan University's 2+2 programs).

Time length for program completion will vary depending upon the number of courses taken per term, developmental courses when required, transfer credit accepted, lack of continuous enrollment, etc.

  • General Studies Electives - Students must choose three additional General Education classes, including one from the Natural Sciences / Mathematics category, one from the Social / Behavioral Sciences category, and one from the Humanities / Fine Arts category. These classes are in addition to the required General Education classes listed in the program.
  • Free Electives - Students must choose additional classes in consultation with their faculty advisor to balance the program in keeping with the student's personal objectives.