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Online Bachelor's Degree in AccountingONLINE BACHELOR'S DEGREE

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Why Choose New England College of Business?

New England College of Business has been educating successful finance and business professionals for over 100 years. Our online learning platform is ideal for today's busy working adult. We understand the need for access to high-quality online degrees and provide programs that are:

AFFORDABLE

Lowest tuition among all private four-year colleges in New England (U.S. Department of Education College Affordability and Transparency Center, 2011-2017).

ACCESSIBLE

Courses are 100% online, allowing you to study anytime and anywhere.

APPLICABLE

Career-focused coursework is led by faculty with real-world experience.

ACCREDITED

Our degree programs are regionally accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE).

AWARD-WINNING

Our interactive online learning environment was recognized with a 2014 Gold Award for Best Practices (USDLA) and the ACHE Award for Creative Use of Technology, and our degree programs are consistently recognized by U.S. News and World Report.

If you are ready to advance the language of business, then the New England College of Business’s Bachelor of Science in Accounting (BSA) may be the right degree for you! The BSA offers students both exposure to key theoretical constructs and immersion in hands-on application of those theories in practice. In this dynamic program, students engage in in-depth exploration of all areas within the accounting profession. The Bachelor of Science in Accounting also offers a seamless transition from the AS in Accounting program, as all credits obtained in the ASA program will transfer into the Bachelor of Science in Accounting.

For a complete list of courses, download the online bachelor degree in accounting program curriculum worksheet. You may also view full course descriptions here here.

This 40-course program consists of nine foundational business courses, 10 accounting core courses, 9 business courses, 3 accounting concentration courses and 17 general education courses.

Bachelor Degree Online

The Bachelor of Science in Accounting degree online serves as a strong foundation of academic study for students who are interested in the financial work that is the underpinning of all organizations. With a focus on building the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to be successful, this accounting degree offers:

  • Critical Thinking Skills
  • Functional Business Acumen
  • Deep dive into a broad range of accounting topic including Auditing, Taxation and Financial Analysis
  • Opportunity to deepen study/concentrate in either public or management accounting.

Is the Bachelor of Science in Accounting right for you?

We know that your commitment to a career in the Accounting field means that you need a bachelor’s degree that is both hands-on, and that aligns with industry credentials, like the CPA® and CMA®. The New England College of Business’s BSA is designed with a particular emphasis on the acquisition of highly-targeted skills required by today’s accounting professionals. For those who wish to pursue further credentials such as the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) offered through the Institute of Management Accountants (www.imanet.org) or the (CPA) Certified Public Accountant offered by the AICPA (www.aicpa.org), the Bachelor of Science in Accounting covers core concepts found on both exams and offers specialized concentrations in both public accounting and management accounting.

Career Preparation for BSA Graduates

Several occupations require a minimum of a bachelor degree in accounting or a related field. Careers for those who obtain a Bachelor of Science in Accounting include entry-level positions in nearly all industries. Common entry-level positions held by those with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting include:

  • Bookkeeper
  • Auditing Clerk
  • Cost Estimator
  • Budget Analyst
  • Staff Accountant

Faculty

Donna Viens, Faculty

Donna Viens

Dean of Undergraduate Studies, Program Chair, Business
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Nav Athwal, Faculty

Nav Athwal

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Van Berube, Faculty

Van Berube

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Paula Bramante, Faculty

Paula Bramante

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Jeff Brown, Faculty

Jeff Brown

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Tina Callaway, Faculty

Tina Callaway

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Jennifer Cournoyer, Faculty

Jennifer Cournoyer

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Jeffrey Cronin, Faculty

Jeffrey Cronin

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Jennifer Demars, Faculty

Jennifer Demars

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Keith Earnshaw, Faculty

Keith Earnshaw

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Angela Ellis, Faculty

Angela Ellis

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Matthew F. Fowler, Faculty

Matthew Fowler

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Dennis M. Gaudet, Faculty

Dennis Gaudet

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Mary Grant, Faculty

Mary Grant

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Jeffrey Hall, Faculty

Jeffrey Hall

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Vivian M. Hatziyannis, Faculty

Vivian Hatziyannis

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Patrick Hutchinson, Faculty

Patrick Hutchinson

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Douglas G. Kildsig, Faculty

Douglas Kildsig

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Evan Lemoine, Faculty

Evan Lemoine

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Carrie Lorenzo, Faculty

Carrie Lorenzo

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Sharlene Malcolm, Faculty

Sharlene Malcolm

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Mark Marino, Faculty

Mark Marino

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Richard L. McElroy, Faculty

Richard McElroy

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Natalie McVeigh, Faculty

Natalie McVeigh

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David M. Mitchell, Faculty

David Mitchell

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Roger Ochse, Faculty

Roger Ochse

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Sandra L. Owen, Faculty

Sandra Owen

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Jason Roush, Faculty

Jason Roush

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Richard L. Rowe, Faculty

Richard Rowe

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Alison A. Schirone, Faculty

Alison Schirone

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Susan J. Sherman, Faculty

Susan Sherman

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Jarrod Turner, Faculty

Jarrod Turner

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Cindy Vaca, Faculty

Cindy Vaca

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Alan Viens, Faculty

Alan Viens

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Dr. Lee Ann Walker, Faculty

Lee Ann Walker

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Dr. Christopher Weir, Faculty

Christopher Weir

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Dr. Gerald L. Willis, Faculty

Gerald Willis

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Dr. Bogusia Wojciechowska, Faculty

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John Zablocki, Faculty

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