Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting
The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Accounting is designed to provide students with theoretical foundations of accounting, and practical accounting techniques that are used in public and private organizations. This program provides an understanding of accounting functions, taxation, auditing, governmental and institutional accounting and income tax. This program focuses on skills in critical thinking, problem solving, math, and research.
The Bernard F. Graham Scholastic Award
The Bernard. F. Graham Scholastic Award in Finance and Accounting is a $10,000 prize awarded to a graduating senior with the highest GPA in the Accounting or Finance program at the Gus Machado School of Business. The Bernard F. Graham Scholastic Award in Finance and Accounting is provided by the Bernard F. Graham Charitable Foundation. This generous monetary award is intended to recognize student dedication and committment to the study of finance and accounting – a passion of Mr. Graham. The award will be made in May 2019, and the winner will be notified after final grades and the list of graduates is compiled.
This Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting prepares students for careers in public or private accounting of for positions in non-profit or government organizations.
Curriculum (Course Sampling)
ACC 402 Auditing
ACG 3101 Financial Accounting I
ACG 4501 Governmental and Institutional Accounting
TAX 3001 Federal Income Tax