Accounting opens doors in every kind of business coast-to-coast. It has always been considered the language and basic tool of business.
Interested in this program?
Why should I choose this program?
Do you enjoy understanding and affecting how a business is performing? Do numbers excite you? Accounting may be the career for you. Over the last two decades, the field has changed dramatically in response to many things including:
- increased technology,
- government regulations
- tax law changes
- global business models, and
- corporate restructuring.
These complex factors ensure that accounting skills stay in-demand, and make for a dynamic career. As a trained accountant, you'll have countless job opportunities in today's business climate.
What skills will I learn and improve?
- Written and verbal communication
- Attention to detail
What are my career opportunities?
Median pay: $34.40/hr median hourly earnings for Accountants and Auditors, which require a Bachelor's Degree.
- Tax Accountant
- Payroll Accountant
- Tax Preparer
- Internal Auditor
- Internal Audit Director
- Revenue Tax Specialist
- Financial Auditor
More career opportunities in this field can be found through the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Program features and benefits
Learn at your own pace:
The Competency Based System offers students the ability to complete courses faster, or to repeat parts of the class if learning becomes difficult through a self-paced and teacher-supported lab environment
FT Faculty - Accounting
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