The objectives of the Bachelor of Science program in Accounting are to give students an understanding of the functions of accounting, the underlying body of concepts that constitute accounting theory, and the application of these concepts to accounting problems and solutions.
The Accounting curriculum prepares students for a wide range of careers in Accounting. Accounting students must complete a minimum of 120 (121) credit hours for a bachelor's degree. Some students may wish to work in the private sector or the government sector, while others may wish to become certified public accountants.
Students who plan on becoming Certified Public Accountants in New York State must have completed course work totaling 150 credits to become licensed. The additional credits may be obtained in Dominican College's M.B.A. program or an outside program. Interested students should contact their Accounting advisor or the Director of the Business Administration Division for detailed requirements.
Programs in the Business Administration Division are accredited by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (I.A.C.B.E.).
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