Bachelor's Degree in Accounting
The field of accounting is rapidly evolving due to the affordability and availability of accounting software. Computers have taken the fiscal calculating out of the hands of people. With programs busy crunching the numbers, accountants are now expected to take on a variety of responsibilities that previously lay outside the scope of their job description. Now, an accountant has become one of a trusted business advisor who interprets finances to guide “financial planning, analysis, forecasting, internal controls and decision support.”
This evolution poses a new set of challenges for undergraduate accounting majors looking to enter the field with either a Bachelor of Science (BS), a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) or a Bachelor of Accountancy (BAC). To become marketable job applicants, students must demonstrate not only a well-balanced curriculum but also professional experience that grants an understanding of the role an accountant plays in the current business climate. So, accounting programs of International School of DTU understand the skills that need to be imparted to an individual upon graduation, and we have adapted the curriculum to involve the broad spectrum of materials that should be covered. Additionally, students may want to consider a minor in a subject like English or IT to further differentiate themselves from other candidates.