Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting - Online

Tiffin Universityís Accounting major places an emphasis on flexibility and versatility.  Students are taught the skills that will enable them to pursue not only short-term, entry-level positions, but also long-term career paths that are often beyond the field of accounting.  The program is designed to encourage analytical thinking and decision-making.  As a graduate, you will have the ability to articulate solutions to business problems (predicting cash flows about economic resources, claims to economic resources, and changes in economic resources of an organization). This emphasis on developing student resourcefulness positions our graduates for long-term career success.

Main Areas within the Discipline:

ACC210 Analysis of the Accounting Process
ACC228 Managerial Accounting
ACC301 Intermediate Accounting I
ACC302 Intermediate Accounting II
ACC304 Federal Income Tax
ACC313 Cost Accounting I
ACC314 Cost Accounting II
ACC403 Accounting Information Systems
ACC404 Auditing
LAW212 Business Law II

Career Opportunities:

Your Accounting major could lead you into one of the following certifications.  The requirements for each are noted below:

  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
    To qualify as a candidate for the CPA examination in the State of Ohio, one must hold at least a bachelor's degree and have a minimum of 30 semester hours of accounting.  A minimum of 150 semester hours of university education is required.  Hours taken beyond the bachelor's degree may be taken within the context of a master's program, as an extended undergraduate program, or as independent study.  See the Accountancy Board of Ohio web site for further information (http://www.state.oh.us/acc/cpaeval.html).

  • Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE)
    To qualify as a candidate for the CFE examination, candidates must satisfy a combination of academic and professional requirements. One must hold a bachelorís degree (or the equivalent) and have at least two years of professional experience in fraud-related fields. Pursuing a minor in Forensic Accounting in conjunction with a major in Accounting at Tiffin University provides the necessary exposure to the material covered on the CFE Exam: Criminology and Ethics, Financial Transactions, Fraud Investigation, and the Legal Elements of Fraud.  For further information, see the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners web site (http://www.acfe.com).

  • Certified Management Accountant (CMA)

  • Certified Financial Manager (CFM)
    To qualify as a candidate for the CMA examination or the CFM examination in the State of Ohio, one must hold at least a bachelorís degree from an accredited college or university.  Candidates for certification must complete two continuous years of professional experience in management, accounting, or financial management.  This may be completed prior to application or within seven years of passing the examination.  See the Institute of Management Accountants website for further information (http://www.imanet.org/index.asp).