Our Accounting and Finance programs provide you with a solid foundation in the industry and can lead to endless possibilities. There are career opportunities in large and small organizations in both public and private sectors, and it’s equally beneficial if you’re interested in opening your own business.
Values & Benefits
A degree in Accounting and Finance is a great foundation for any business career and gives you the option of pursuing a wide range of career choices. Since all business operations depend on both fields, you’ll have the flexibility of selecting the career path that’s right for you.
Mastering the concepts of the Accounting and Finance fields makes you a valuable asset to many different types of institutions not limited to the business sector. Having a general insight into such a broad field opens up the potential to add your expertise to countless career fields.
When it comes to income and career prospects, Accounting and Finance has a very promising outlook. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the field of Accounting and Finance is projected to grow up to 5% through 2029, and the in-demand careers typically provide generous pay and growth opportunities.
Whether you’re looking to enhance skills for your current job or gain a completely new skillset, our Accounting and Finance offerings can meet you where you are. You can also pair an Accounting and Finance diploma or certificate program with a completely different degree program. Speak to an advisor to make sure you’re choosing the option best for you.
Skills You’ll Learn
Our Accounting and Finance programs are focused on job-related skills in the following areas:
- Analyzing, classifying, and recording transactions for profit and nonprofit organizations
- Adjusting entries, correction of accounting errors, payroll, inventory, depreciation, internal controls, and fraud prevention
- Understanding the basics of business, banking, personal finance, and marketing
There are many employment opportunities for Accounting and Finance graduates, including:
- Accounting clerk
- Full-charge bookkeeper
- Payroll and benefits specialist
Learn more about Accounting and Finance program curriculum student outcome data.