Course Summary

Course Description

To prepare for any business career, a strong foundation in accounting will provide the variety of skills necessary to succeed in today's complex financial world. An accounting degree prepares you for entry into the fields of professional, industrial, managerial or governmental accounting, with strong potential for career advancements. The rigorous and comprehensive accounting curriculum at UCF focuses on the real-world challenges of accountancy, emphasizing techniques in problem solving, information analysis, and quantitative methods. The list below contains detailed information on the suggested schedule for students seeking an accounting degree.
The School of Accounting at UCF employs over 26 full-time quality faculty members who are dedicated to their teaching efforts. The baccalaureate program in accounting is designed to provide basic conceptual accounting and business knowledge as a foundation for accounting career development. A bachelor of science degree is awarded upon the successful completion of 120 hours course curriculum.

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