Bachelor of Science in Accounting
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Cedarville's School of Business teaches business through a biblical lens emphasizing excellence, stewardship, leadership, and Kingdom influence.
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School of Business Gets National Attention
Read a recent article that highlights the Integrated Business Core (affectionately known as the IBC), a course that gives all Cedarville business majors the opportunity to envision a new business, secure venture capital, develop a strategic plan, market their product, analyze their profits, invest in the community, and close down the business -- all in one semester!
We’re proud of our successful graduates! 99% of 2018 graduates from the School of Business Administration were employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation.
Student Consultants Help Companies Save Millions
The Lean Process Management class gives students the opportunity to look at a company’s processes to evaluate waste in terms of time, material, or movement, with the goal of helping that company work more efficiently and profitably.
Last fall, Cedarville announced the launch of the Beyond Startup Accelerator. The accelerator will connect student and alumni entrepreneurs with expert business advice and potential investment. Deputy Director Kyle Peterson outlines the exciting vision to establish the University as the Midwest hub for faith-based business development.
Accounting Program Curriculum
Building on your core liberal arts and Bible minor courses, you will take challenging accounting courses that will provide the knowledge you need to be successful on the CPA exam. In financial accounting courses, you will gain understanding of complex accounting issues and learn the tools to analyze and interpret financial statements. In managerial accounting courses, you will learn how to help businesses use accounting information to make good business decisions.
- Accounting Information Systems
- Federal Income Tax