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University of Phoenix affords working adults like you the opportunity to take an accounting online class that gives you the flexibility to determine your own work schedule. At University of Phoenix, our online education network allows you to study Accounting at both the undergraduate and graduate degree levels. You can complete your program one online accounting class at a time.
Students enrolled online in the bachelor’s degree in business can take accounting classes online to complete the accounting concentration. The undergraduate accounting classes available online in this degree program range in topic from finance, cost accounting, financial accounting and accounting research.
Advanced students can pursue an MBA with a concentration in Accounting available online, a degree concentration designed for students who want to enhance their accounting management skills, enter the accounting profession, or complete additional coursework required for the CPA exam. In order to complete the degree requirements, students must fulfill the MBA required course of study (36 credits), and take 12 additional course credits including the course Accounting Theory and Research.
Our interactive learning programs emphasize teamwork in addition to critical thinking and communication skills. Students in our online accounting classes are introduced to important fundamental concepts in accounting, and can apply what they learn to challenges in a variety of workplace settings.
Online accounting classes offered at University of Phoenix are designed with the input of working industry professionals, ensuring that students receive an education that's relevant while delivering a high standard of academic quality.
While widely available, not all programs are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Please contact an Enrollment Advisor to confirm program availability in your local area.
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.