Finance and Accounting Management

Degree:
Location: Boston

Why Finance and Accounting Management ?

The Bachelor of Science in Finance and Accounting Management degree program is designed to align your skills with the evolving professions in the field of accounting and finance.

To achieve their performance goals, companies rely on qualified finance professionals to make relevant business decisions. The Bachelor of Science in Finance and Accounting Management degree program is designed to prepare you to prepare and interpret financial statements, create and manage budgets, measure and disclosure important metrics and information, leverage assets, and maximize investments.

Our AACSB-accredited curriculum integrates technology, globalization, sustainability, and the impact of new forms of regulation with an innovative interdisciplinary learning experience in the financial and accounting industries. You will understand the language of financial markets and will discuss best practices of financial and nonfinancial transparency and disclosure.

With courses ranging from integrated reporting and analysis to international finance and investments, this bachelor's degree program in finance and accounting management provides you the opportunity to develop your analytical and quantitative capabilities—equipping you to pursue a career in the field of finance or accounting.

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Accreditation Description

The Bachelor of Science in Finance and Accounting Management is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).


What you'll study

General Requirements

Bachelor of Science in Finance and Accounting Management General Requirements

University-Wide Requirement

Minimum 2.000 GPA required

NUpath Requirements

All undergraduate students are required to complete the NUpath Requirements.

Foundation Courses

42 semester hours required 

Introductory Course Work 

MGT 1100 - Introduction to Business
3.00
MGT 2310 - Organizational Behavior
3.00
 

Mathematics

MTH 1100 - College Algebra
3.00
MTH 2300 - Business Statistics
3.00
 

Economics and Marketing 

ECN 1100 - Principles of Microeconomics
3.00
ECN 1200 - Principles of Macroeconomics
3.00
MKT 2100 - Principles of Marketing
3.00
 

Ethics and Law 

MGT 2330 - Business Law
3.00
PHL 2100 - Business Ethics
3.00
 

Accounting and Finance

ACC 2100 - Financial Accounting
3.00
ACC 2200 - Managerial Accounting
3.00
FIN 2105 - Introduction to Corporate Finance
3.00
 

Information Management and Technology

Choose one of the following: 

ITC 1000 - Computer Applications
3.00
ITC 2016 - End-User Data Analysis Tools
3.00
 

and 

MGT 2210 - Information within the Enterprise
3.00
 

Major Courses

28 semester hours required

Accounting and Analysis

ACC 3103 - Cost Accounting
3.00
ACC 3201 - Financial Reporting and Analysis 1
3.00
ACC 3202 - Financial Reporting and Analysis 2
3.00
ACC 3410 - Principles of Taxation
3.00
ACC 4320 - Financial Statement Analysis
3.00
 

Finance

FIN 3310 - Financial Institutions and Markets
3.00
FIN 3330 - Risk Management and Insurance
3.00
FIN 3340 - Investments
3.00

Capstone

MGT 4850 - Business Strategy
4.00
 

Major Elective Courses

9 semester hours required 

Complete 9 semester hours from the following:

ACC, FIN (3000 or 4000 level)

Electives

Open electives to reach minimum credit requirement for the degree.

Did You Know?

Many of our admitted students receive scholarships worth up to $10,000

Did You Know?

The median annual wage for financial managers in May 2015 is over $100,000. BLS 2015

Commitment

Full-Time
Part-Time

Entry Terms

Fall
Spring
Summer