Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Accounting
Degree Plan Details
The Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Accounting prepares students for entry level positions in business administration and management accounting that require a broad business competency of the management-level skills needed to add value, drive business performance, and build quality financial practices within organizations. Graduates of the BBA Management Accounting program are prepared for career specialty areas in financial analysis, budget preparation, financial management, management accounting, government, finance, and consulting. The program is offered in the campus-based classroom lecture mode only.
A graduate with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Accounting will be able to:
- Communicate the principles and concepts of financial information used in business decision-making.
- Employ problem-solving skills to resolve accounting or business issues using appropriate framework.
- Apply the quantitative and technological skills to analyze data and interpret results to improve business performance.
- Understand the ethical implications in financial reporting and strategies to address issues.
The minimum requirements for a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Accounting are:
- 33 semester hours must be completed at Amberton University.
- 42 semester hours must be at the 3000/4000 level, 27 of which must be completed at Amberton University and applicable to the degree.
- 120 semester hours for a degree.
- A minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.00 is required.
*PLEASE NOTE: Students seeking certification through the Institute of Management Accountants should review the requirements at www.imanet.org