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B.A in Accounting
B.A in Accounting

B.A in Accounting

  • ID:UOT10002
  • Level:4-Year Bachelor's Degree
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Admission Requirements

Entry requirements

  • An International Application for Admission. TU also accepts the Common App.

  • Original secondary/high school transcripts with a certified translation if not in English.

  • Original transcripts from all colleges/universities attended with a certified translation if not in English.

  • Students with more than 48 or more academic credit hours are not required to supply secondary school documents.

  • Official IGCSE, A-Level, International Baccalaureate Diploma Program, or Advanced Placement results if taken.

English requirements

  • TOEFL iBT:  70

    • (ETS Institution code: 6883)

    • Minimum subscores:

    • 15 Reading

    • 15 Listening

    • 18 Speaking

    • 17 Writing

  • IELTS: 6.0

  • Minimum subscores:

    • 6 Reading

    • 6 Listening

    • 6 Speaking

    • 5.5 Writing

    • Cambridge English: 169

  • No individual score below 162

  • Duolingo English Test (DET): 100

  • ELS: Level 112

  • The Language Company (TLC): Level 9

  • Kaplan English: Advanced Level

  • Kaplan English: Higher Intermediate Level with Kaplan iBT 70

Course Information

Accountants are generally responsible for creating, analyzing and communicating financial information for companies, organizations, individual clients and government agencies. Accurate recording and reporting of financial data and business transactions comprise a major portion of an accountant’s workday.

With an increasingly global economy, greater scrutiny of financial data and an expected gap in the workforce due to retiring baby boomers, demand for accountants is on the rise.  The Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts employment of accountants and auditors to grow faster than the national average of all occupations.

TU’s accounting curriculum keeps pace with changes in the accounting industry, preparing students to excel in accounting roles for a wide range of organizations, from public accounting firms to government agencies.

The Collins College of Business offers a B.S.B.A. degree with a major in accounting as well as a Master of Accountancy degree. Exceptional undergraduate accounting students can apply for the 4+1 MAcc program to begin graduate coursework while completing their bachelor’s degree.

Outside the classroom, accounting students have opportunities for networking and involvement in organizations such as Beta Alpha Psi.

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  • Exposition and Argumentation

  • Foreign Language

  • Foreign Language

  • Business Calculus

  • Introduction to Spreadsheets

  • Block II – Historical and Social Interpretation

  • Math with Applications

  • Block III – Scientific Investigation

  • Block I – Aesthetic Inquiry and Creative Experience

  • General Education Elective

  • Business Orientation & Planning for Success

  • Macroeconomics (Block II)

  • Microeconomics (Block II)

  • Concepts in Accounting Information I

  • Concepts in Accounting Information II

  • Statistics I

  • Statistics II

  • Block I – Aesthetic Inquiry and Creative Experience

  • Legal Environment of Business

  • CIS for Business

  • Essential Business Skill Development

  • Block II – Historical and Social Interpretation

  • Intermediate Financial Accounting I

  • Effective Writing for the Accountants

  • Topics in Federal Income Taxation

  • Cost Accounting

  • Business Finance

  • Principles of Marketing

  • Professional Development

  • Intermediate Financial Accounting II

  • Operations Management

  • General Education Elective

  • Principles of Management

  • Accounting Information Systems

  • Auditing Assurance for Accounting Systems

  • General Education Elective

  • Strategic Management

  • Accounting Elective

  • Block III – Scientific Investigation

  • Free Elective

  • General Education Elective (upper level)

  • Free Elective

  • Free Elective (upper level)

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Career Opportunity

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Job Opportunities

  • Bank officer

  • Financial analyst

  • Auditor and tax accountant

  • Commodities trader

  • Public Accountant

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InsuranceFee: 1,900 USD

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