The Bachelor of Science degree program in Accounting is designed to prepare students for entry into careers in public, private, or governmental accounting. The curriculum will provide basic accounting theory with an emphasis on developing analytical skills and technological competency. Experienced certified public accountants and other professionals in the field will address both theoretical and practical issues to enhance employment opportunities in today’s accounting environment.
Course offerings emphasize skills and competencies that will be needed in actual business situations. Students also have the opportunity to pursue internships related to the operating practices and policies of actual accounting organizations. In addition, the General Education Requirements courses, required of all Wilmington University undergraduates, provide a well-rounded academic foundation.
Wilmington University students benefit from the experience of certified public accountants and other professionals employed in local businesses and governmental agencies. Whether the topic is managerial, financial, or tax accounting, the information shared by professionals actively involved in the accounting field is invaluable to an understanding of practical issues and problems. The classroom atmosphere is generally informal, and student participation is always encouraged. Furthermore, faculty members consider it important to know each of their students, and individual attention is readily available.
In addition to achieving the Wilmington University undergraduate graduation competencies given in the Academic Information section of this catalog, through the completion of the Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting, graduates will be able to:
Students pursuing a degree in Accounting are required by College of Business policy to attain a minimum grade of “C” for “all program core courses”. For the purpose of this policy, “program core courses” are all accounting courses. These courses are designated by the prefix “BAC” and are identified by “*” in the course curriculum.
Please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.