Webster University’s Bachelor of Science in Accounting program is designed to equip students with the skills necessary to become qualified and successful accountants.
The Bachelor of Science in Accounting program at Webster University Thailand provides a wide range of subjects so that students are able to focus on their specific area of interest.
Students enrolled in the course have the ability to pursue opportunities in public accounting, corporate accounting and a number of other related areas of accounting. In addition, students are also provided with a general background in business to provide context to their accounting knowledge.
In an increasingly competitive global environment, today’s graduates are expected to have a high level of understanding and proficiency in their field of expertise. At Webster University Thailand, the Bachelor of Science in Accounting program provides students with the practical and theoretical knowledge required to excel as accountants and as professionals in the business world.
The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Accounting is designed to provide students with the core knowledge, skills, and tools necessary to successfully enter the profession of accounting. The accounting curriculum will allow students to explore and appreciate the career opportunities in public accounting, corporate accounting, and other related areas.
The program is also designed to offer the student a general, diversified business background that is significantly important to the accounting professional in today's technology-driven, global business environment. However, the emphasis of the Webster University accounting program is to prepare students for the Certified Public Accounting examination.
The degree requires a total of 128 credit hours. Transfer students must take at least 18 credit hours of accounting at Webster University to earn this degree.
The BS in accounting is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
- Accounting graduates can identify and describe fundamental auditing and attestation procedures.
- Accounting graduates can interpret and apply advanced financial accounting and reporting concepts and procedures.
- Accounting graduates can identify and assess the current legal and regulatory environment of business.
- Accounting graduates can assess and compare general business environment concepts.
A minimum of 128 credit hours consisting of the following:
- 75 required credit hours
- Applicable University Global Citizenship Program hours
- Minor in Advertising and Marketing Communications
- Minor in Business
- Minor in International Relations
- Minor in Management
- Minor in Media Communications
- Minor in Psychology
All programs are H.L.C. (Higher Learning Commission, USA) accredited. Students will receive a diploma from USA upon graduation.
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