Bachelor's Degree in Accounting

Accounting bachelor's degree online & on campus

Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting

A bachelor’s degree in accounting from Globe University is a well-rounded degree that fits the requirements for a variety of careers, such as auditor and accountant. Skilled professionals are needed to meet the changing financial regulations businesses face.*

Earn your bachelor’s degree in as few as 36 months with full-time, year-round classes. Learn the essential skills employers are looking for, including:

  • Bookkeeping
  • Business communication
  • Payroll management
  • Managerial accounting
  • Tax preparation
  • Analytics

Gain a well-rounded business education with courses in:

  • Finance
  • Human resources
  • Marketing

The bachelor’s degree in accounting program provides a balance of in-depth accounting knowledge and the business and communication skills employers’ value. Our bachelor’s in accounting includes:

  • Experienced instructors and personalized instruction
  • Courses designed with employer input
  • Career search assistance and career tips from career specialists

*Globe University offers employment assistance to its students and graduates; however, the school does not guarantee employment.

Online Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting

Make the most of your time with an online accounting degree from Globe University. Get your accounting degree online or combine online and on-campus accounting courses to complete your degree efficiently. Get the same experience online as in the classroom with professional instructors and small class sizes. Learn more about Globe University’s online division.

There are also multiple on-site locations across Wisconsin.


This program is offered at:


South Dakota

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Career Outlook

US Bureau of Labor Statistics projected
employment growth rates for 2014-2024

Accountants and Auditors
10th Percentile Salary $41,400
25th Percentile Salary $52,090
50th Percentile Salary $67,190

This annual salary is taken from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for this job title. The 10th percentile indicates the bottom 10 percent of earners make less than that figure annually; the 25th percentile means the bottom quarter of workers earn less than the number; and the 50th percentile shows the medium income for the profession.