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.
Accounting and financial management
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.
Integrated environmental studies
Prepare for a variety of careers in environmental science while learning to integrate information from various fields, confront diverse or conflicting perspectives and use your knowledge to solve real problems. A degree from Hiram will allow you to explore environmental and natural sciences, while developing the critical thinking and creative problem-solving skills employers value.
Hiram’s degree completion programs let you:
- Transfer up to 75 hours of eligible credits
- Earn your bachelor’s degree in as few as 18 months through dual enrollment programs
- Complete coursework online and attend classes every other weekend on campus
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