Crucial to the success of every business and organization, accounting is a field rich in opportunity for those with analytical skills, an interest in numbers and, increasingly, business acumen. If working with business leaders and developing critical business skills sound interesting, Troy University’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (B.S.B.A.) - Accounting will equip you with the skills necessary to enter the in-demand field of professional accounting.
The B.S.B.A. in accounting is a face-to-face program delivered on the Troy Campus. For more information about program availability and delivery options, call 1-800-414-5756.
After earning your accounting degree from TROY, you'll be prepared for employment in accounting or for further graduate work in business, accounting, or related fields. You’ll also have a strong background in business and leadership, allowing you to become more effective as an accountant or hold administrative roles.
A B.S.B.A degree, or Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, is an undergraduate degree in general business practices. TROY’s B.S.B.A. program includes several potential majors, such as accounting, to allow you to specialize in a field within business.
The B.S.B.A. and B.S. in accounting are both bachelor’s degrees in accounting, but B.S.B.A. (Bachelor of Science in Business Administration) programs encompass coursework in business, such as marketing, business analytics and human resources. Traditional B.S. in accounting programs do not include a focus on business concepts.
The degree you choose depends on your career goals. Still, bachelor’s-level degrees (B.S.B.A. in accounting or B.S. in accounting) are generally recommended if you want to prepare for CPA certification or entry-level accounting jobs. Many students also pursue Master of Accountancy programs to gain specialized knowledge and additional training in accounting.