Online Accounting Degree
At University of Phoenix, we offer online accounting degree concentrations in the associate's, bachelor's and master's degree programs, so you can complete an online accounting degree at any academic level.
Online Accounting Degree Concepts
For undergraduate students, the online accounting degree concentration is offered in the Associate of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Business programs. The BS in Business/Accounting orientates students to the accounting profession, and the online accounting degree coursework provides the knowledge and skills necessary for the accounting field.
Graduate Online Accounting Degrees
An online accounting degree program is also available for graduate students in the MBA program through the University of Phoenix School of Business. Students taking the MBA Accounting concentration will build upon the managerial skills developed in the MBA required course of study by developing an understanding of accounting concepts and applications.
Students in the graduate online accounting degree will gain an understanding of a portion of the topics required in preparation for the CPA exam: Audit & Attestation, Financial Accounting & Reporting, Regulation, and Business—through the program’s online accounting classes.While widely available, not all programs are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Please contact a University Enrollment Advisor to confirm program and learning format availability in your state and 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 Accounting (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 of the time of admission.