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Bachelor of Science in Accounting

The Bachelor of Science in Accounting provides students with a strong foundation in the business environment.

Coursework in accounting is highly valued by business employers. Having a major in accounting will allow students to meet the necessary academic requirements to take the professional Certified Public Accounting (CPA) examination.

Alternatively, students who complete their undergraduate degree in business administration with an accounting minor will also have met the requirements needed to take the professional Certified Public Accounting (CPA) examination.  Students are advised throughout their time here by faculty mentors in the selection of classes, student clubs, and internship opportunities in order to explore different career paths. The School of Business and Management approaches education as a team effort with our faculty and staff working with students to prepare them to excel in their chosen professional business and management occupations after graduation.

See the NDNU General Catalog for program requirements and course descriptions.

Articulation Agreement

Undergraduate Accounting programs have an articulation agreement with graduate programs in the School of Business and Management. Qualified students are able to apply in advance of the last semester of undergraduate work to enroll in up to six units of selected graduate courses that count towards undergraduate units while also counting toward the master's degree.

Admission Requirements

NDNU admits students throughout the year for fall, spring and summer semesters. Please visit Admissions for complete admission requirements.

Resources for Students

Contact

NDNU Admissions
650-508-3600
admiss@ndnu.edu

Dr. Sujata Verma, Ph.D.
Chair, Undergraduate Day Business Program
650-508-3675
sverma@ndnu.edu

Louella Jorgensen
Undergraduate Analyst
650-508-3591
ljorgensen@ndnu.edu