What You’ll Study
Accounting is a dynamic foundation for how businesses communicate their health and success to the world. It drives major business decisions. As an accounting major, you will develop financial fluency to prepare for diverse career opportunities in the business world. You will learn highly transferrable skills such as analysis, problem-solving, critical-thinking, communication, and ethnical reasoning. Accounting majors are highly recruited for internships that frequently lead to full-time positions. Queens faculty are also well connected in Charlotte and the surrounding business communities, further aiding your internship and job prospect opportunities.
Your BBA degree provides the necessary requirements to sit for certification exams such as the CPA, CMA, or CIA. Students planning to pursue CPA certification will have the opportunity to consult with the accounting faculty to develop a plan to satisfy the additional requirements for licensure.
How Can You Use This Degree?
With a degree that gives you the tools to sustain and enhance the financial health of any organization, you have many options for careers, including:
- Certified Public Accountant
- Financial Analyst
- Tax Accountant
- Forensic Accounting
- Management Accountant
- Risk Analyst
- Financial Manager
- Intermediate Accounting (ACC 308)
- Advanced Managerial Accounting (ACC 310)
- Federal Income Taxation (ACC 315)
- Auditing (ACC 413)
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