Analyze. Prioritize. Strategize.

Accounting

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From personal finances to multimillion-dollar corporate budgets, numbers matter. Help others (and yourself) master all things money.  

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Ranked College in SC
On WalletHub’s list of “Best Colleges in South Carolina” (2021).
14
Average Class Size
Collaborate with your peers. Network with your professors. Connect to countless resources and career opportunities. All thanks to NGU’s smaller class sizes.
#3
For Lowest Debt Burden
Accounting is all about maximizing value and minimizing cost. NGU ranked #3 on the “Top 50 Christian Colleges and Universities with the Lowest Debt Burden” by Christian Universities Online (2016).

What Can I Do with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting?

Individual financial planning. Million-dollar corporate budget management. Both depend on a well-rounded and God-honoring financial approach. That’s where you come in.

Prepare for a variety of careers rooted in accounting. Auditor, controller, and CPA, of course. But also, financial planner, consultant, even business owner. Analyze budgets. Solve problems. Set financial strategies. All through a Bachelor in Business Administration in Accounting at NGU.

Certified Public Accountant (CPA)

Auditor

Financial Analyst

Tax Accountant

Budget Analyst

Forensic Accountant

Experience Learning While Launching Your Career

Internships

Apply your in-class studies to real-world situations through NGU’s Accounting Directed Internship program. The IRS. Private CPA practices. Local businesses. And various governmental agencies/industries. Gain hands-on experience and build career-launching connections.

CPA Prep

Elevate and expand your career potential by becoming a licensed Certified Public Accountant. Upon graduation, you are fully eligible (and prepared) to sit for the uniform CPA exam. Income taxation. Financial planning. Forensic investigation. Wealth management. Even estate planning. Your options are endless.

Have Questions about the Accounting Program?

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Martin R. Jones, PhD, JD

Department Chair, Accounting and Business
864.977.2077 martin.jones@ngu.edu

Business Beside Experienced & Faithful Leaders

John B. Duncan, PhD, CPA, CKA
Dean, College of Business and Entrepreneurship
Jonathan Keisler, PhD
Associate Dean, Undergraduate Business Programs
Franklin Aviles-Santa, PhD
Department Chair, Management and Marketing
David L. Entrekin, MS
Instructor, Economics
Martin R. Jones, PhD, JD
Department Chair, Accounting and Business
Jason W. Cote, MAcc
Instructor, Accounting
Caleb Martin, MAcc
Instructor, Accounting
Feliccia Smith, PhD
Professor, Business

A Future You Can Count On

Accounting Year 1

Year 1 Sample Courses

  • Composition and Rhetoric
  • Algebra
  • Biological Science
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Introduction to Business
Accounting Year 2

Year 2 Sample Courses

  • Accounting I and II
  • Psychology, Sociology, or Political Science
  • Business Law
  • Accounting with Excel/Quickbooks
  • Macroeconomics
Accounting Year 3

Year 3 Sample Courses

  • Microeconomics
  • Business Law
  • Intermediate Accounting
  • Financial Management
  • Business Report Writin
Accounting Year 4

Year 4 Sample Courses

  • Federal Income Taxation
  • Advanced Accounting I and II
  • Municipal and Governmental Accounting
  • Fraud and Corporate Responsibility
  • Auditing

Elevate Your Perspective

You’ll also take Chapel for the first seven semesters, and Cultural Events for the first four semesters. This is the NGU difference, how you find your peak performance and elevate your perspective, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.

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