Business Administration: Accounting
Businesses across the country are constantly re-evaluating their offices and their bottom lines to maximize profits and ensure their operation is as efficient as possible. Earning a business education is a great way to get ahead in the corporate world, but often it is an employee’s specialized skills that make him or her a valuable asset.
Ready to start a thriving career in business and chart your own path of success?
Ohio Business College’s associate degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting will provide you with the training and skills needed to excel in the fast-paced fields of business and accounting.
Gain real-world, hands-on training in:
- The latest business procedures and protocols
- Accounting skills and principles
- Business and accounting software
- Professional development
- And much more!
This accounting concentration builds on the foundation provided in the Business Administration associate degree program to include progressive accounting skills in general, tax, and payroll accounting. Upon graduation, students with have developed the in-demand skills needed to perform business and accounting functions for managerial decision-making situations.
All Business Administration majors participate in an externship during their final quarters of study. This experience provides students the opportunity to gain career and field insight while working in tandem with established business and accounting professionals on real-world tasks.
To learn more about Ohio Business College’s associate degree in business administration with a concentration in accounting, fill out the form at the top of this page. An OBC representative will be in touch with you shortly to answer your questions and help you take your next professional steps.
Ohio Business College’s Business Administration classes start on January 9, 2017.
Students who graduate from Ohio Business College's Business Administration program with a Concentration in Accounting gain the necessary skills needed to perform an array of accounting functions, such as:
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in accounting are projected to rise 11% through 2024. This is faster than the average for all occupations. Even in a weak economy there is a need for accounting personnel. Financial transactions and other business activities require financial records to be properly prepared and examined. Therefore, accounting is essential to the successful operation of any business.