Online Bachelor of Science in Accounting
An online Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Belhaven provides students with the skills and knowledge necessary for success in the accounting profession. There is a high demand for graduates with accounting degrees and salaries are rising because of the increased competition to hire them.
Belhaven accounting students are able to secure accounting jobs or internships while they are still students and get on-the-job training and experience. An accredited online accounting degree from Belhaven can open up career opportunities like public, tax, government, corporate, managerial and not-for-profit accounting as well as auditing and internal auditing.
Belhaven’s online accounting classes are flexible and bring the classroom to life, providing students with a quality learning experience so you can succeed in your education and career. This program also emphasizes the importance of Christian values and ethics in the practice of accounting. Graduates of this program are qualified for jobs as an accountant or comptroller or may desire to take the CPA exam, which can lead to a career as a certified accountant.
Students completing the online accounting program will have taken all courses required to qualify to take the CPA exam in Mississippi. However, students may need additional course work to meet the 150-hour requirement. Students planning to take the CPA exam in other states must check with the state board of public accountancy in that state to make sure they will qualify.
|Course #||Course Name||Credits|
|BUS280||Introduction to Online Education||3|
|BIB214||Old Testament History||3|
|BIB215||New Testament History||3|
|BIO125||Science and Culture II||4|
|ENG103||Composition and Rhetoric||3|
|ENG108||Effective Research Writing||3|
|ENG203||Survey of World Literature I||3|
|ENG204||Survey of World Literature II||3|
|HIS205||Contemporary World History||3|
|WVC301||Christian Interpretation of Life||3|
|ACC312||Intro to Corporate Accounting||3|
|ACC313||Intermediate Accounting I||3|
|ACC314||Intermediate Accounting II||3|
|ACC411||Individual Income Tax Accounting||3|
|ACC421||Accounting for Taxes on Business||3|
|BSM395||Business Research Methods||3|
|BUS320||Introduction to Marketing||3|
|BUS326||Principles of Management||3|
|BUS414||Business Law I||3|
|BUS415||Business Law II||3|
|MAT345||Math for Business and Economics||3|
As you apply for admission to Belhaven University, formerly Belhaven College, you can use this checklist to assist you in the process. Each item required is necessary to apply, be accepted and register at the college. If you have any questions about admission, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- COMPLETE the APPLICATION for Admission and SUBMIT $25 APPLICATION Fee.
- REQUEST TRANSCRIPTS
- Submit official transcripts from all colleges or universities previously attended. You may make copies of the transcript request form provided. Full credit is usually allowed for students transferring work from another regionally accredited institution. See Transferability of Credit Notice. The registrar will determine if the work is consistent with a liberal arts curriculum.
- Students applying with fewer than 12 semester hours of college credit acceptable by Belhaven must also submit an official high school transcript showing the date of graduation. A 2.0 grade point on a 4.0 scale average is required.
- A student who has earned the General Education Development (GED) certificate may be admitted. An official GED transcript must be provided from the State Department of Education of the state that issued the certificate. Subscores must be 450 or higher or an average standard score of 500 or higher to be considered for admission.
- SUBMIT TEST SCORES
- A student who is applying with fewer than 12 semester hours of college credit must send to the office of admission an official high school transcript showing the date of graduation as well as an official report of the ACT or SAT score directly from the testing service. Applications will be processed and admission status determined when all required items, including the ACT or SAT, where applicable, are on file.
- Freshmen who have graduated and been out of high school for five years or more will not be required to submit an ACT score, but their applications must come before the committee.
- Applicants whose native language is not English must provide evidence of proficiency in English by scoring 525 or above on the paper-based or 71 on the internet-based Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). The TOEFL requirements may be waived if English proficiency can be demonstrated through other reliable documentation. Proficiency is usually demonstrated by at least two years of successful academic work at the college or university level in the United States.
- A veteran who wishes to be assessed for military credit or who will use veteran benefits must submit a copy of Form DD214 and/or DD295 to Belhaven University.
- COMPUTER REQUIREMENTS
- Students taking the BBA online courses are responsible for having the required hardware and software prior to each eight-week "term" start date.