Develop your ability to evaluate, analyze and critique business strategies and transactions based on principles of accounting, taxes, auditing and cost management. Program course work can teach you to recognize, develop, use and analyze the financial and economic impact of different business strategies, while teaching you to effectively communicate your findings.
Hiram College is proud to partner with Lorain County Community College to bring Bachelor of Arts degrees in accounting and financial management and integrated environmental studies to community college campuses.
Become proficient in key aspects of accounting, auditing, taxation and cost management, and develop the quantitative and analytics skills you need to understand a company’s bottom line. If you’re not planning on a career in public accounting, the Hiram curriculum will prepare you for a variety of careers in business, industry, finance, non-profit organizations or government.
This program, along with additional course work, can prepare you to become a certified public accountant or work in a variety of positions in the business, industry, finance, non-profit and government fields.
If you wish to pursue a career in public accounting, choose from these two options:
The curriculum consists of 53 semester hours that include general graduation courses and the junior and senior-level accounting and business courses listed below. All courses are taught by Hiram College Faculty and will be delivered via two-way interactive distance learning technology. For information about coursework click here.
For more information contact:
Program Counselor, LCCC
University Center Building, room 110D