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Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration, major in Accounting


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When you study accounting at WSU Vancouver, you will get comprehensive exposure to accounting and business issues to prepare you for a professional accounting career. You may specialize in managerial accounting, financial accounting, government and not-for-profit accounting, tax accounting, auditing, assurance services or emerging technologies.

At WSU Vancouver, you will get a strong base in financial accounting and management fundamentals, accounting information systems, technology skills and accounting practices. You will engage with your peers in analyzing real-world companies and get a strong background in data analytics. You will improve your team, leadership and communication skills, which are essential to forming strong working relationships.

  1. Analytical and problem-solving skills
  2. Mathematical and deductive reasoning
  3. Ability to prepare financial statements and use accounting software
  4. Critical thinking
  5. Organization and attention to detail

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