Accounting degrees

Industry-aligned accounting skills. Accredited programs.

With tools like Intuit QuickBooks® and Wiley CPAexcel® test prep, our accounting programs are designed to meet your needs throughout the stages of your career – whether you’re a bookkeeper or CPA. Get the skills you're looking for through programs accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

Announcing two program updates of our accounting degree programs:

  • Intuit QuickBooks® - Take undergraduate courses that integrate QuickBooks into the curriculum, giving you the know-how to use the #1 cloud accounting solution for small businesses.
  • Wiley CPAexcel® test prep – Take a collection of six courses (18 credits) that provides built-in preparation and some of the additional graduate credits needed to sit for the CPA exam. Or, apply those credits toward our Master of Science in Accountancy or in a graduate accounting certificate.

Connect your education to an accounting career with degree programs including:

Ready to discover how you can make an immediate impact at various stages of your accounting career? Speak with a Enrollment Representative.

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Each state sets forth standards required to be eligible to take the CPA exam and apply for licensure or certification as a CPA. While this program was designed with consideration for the standards proposed by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA), University of Phoenix cannot, and will not, provide any assurance that completion of this program will allow a successful student to qualify within the student’s specific jurisdiction. Potential applicants should check with the appropriate organization within their jurisdiction to determine if this program, combined with their undergraduate degree and any other specific criteria, meets the requirements to qualify for examination in that specific jurisdiction. States frequently change their requirements for examination. There is no assurance that at the time of degree completion the specific jurisdiction’s requirements will be consistent with the requirements at the time of admission.