Business Administration Accounting


Course Description

Accounting is more than filing taxes and bookkeeping. It’s about understanding a business from the ground up and guiding it through sound financial practice. Every business has a numbers story. Whether it’s in the fields of manufacturing, services, travel, art, health, fashion, real estate or sports — the options are endless. Create the career you want working part-time, full-time, in an office, remotely, locally, nationally or internationally.

Accounting skills are in demand in virtually every field:

  • You could work as a financial analyst, accountant, budget officer, account manager, financial planner, payroll officer or external auditor.
  • There are opportunities in arts and entertainment, news media, marketing, manufacturing, education, health and wellness, service industries and sports organizations.
  • Find the right fit — employers include large and small enterprises, the government, as well as not-for-profit agencies — or start your own business.

Is it for you?

People who thrive in accounting have an eye for detail while being able to see the big picture. This may be a good fit if you have:

  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Organization and attention to detail.
  • Analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Time management.
  • Systems analysis.
  • Mathematical and deductive reasoning.
  • Critical thinking.
  • Active learning.
  • Clerical knowledge.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Commitment to excellence.

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