It all adds up with Marymount’s degree in Accounting

Establish the analytical and technical accounting skills you need to succeed—and prepare to add significant value to any organization.

At Marymount University, our bachelor’s degree in Accounting gives you a broad-based exposure to the field of business—with an emphasis on accounting. Through our 120-credit hour program, you’ll gain the knowledge and skills to manage finances and be prepared for a rewarding and lucrative career.

Are you interested in working with numbers and finances? Do you want to refine and advance your analytical skills? At Marymount, we will provide you with the knowledge, skills, and experience to succeed in careers throughout accounting.

  • An accredited degree built for your success

Marymount’s Accounting degree is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs, and graduates are qualified for the Uniform Certified Public Accountant exam—which is one of many requirements for students who are seeking managerial positions in the field.

  • Internships and other career development

As part of Marymount’s requirements for Accounting students, you’ll complete a structured internship—and many students also take on part-time jobs with accounting firms while they pursue their studies. We have connections with public and private corporations, as well as government agencies. In recent years, our students have interned at Accounting Solutions, Inc., Ernst & Young, Freddie Mac, World Bank Global Environmental Facility, and more.

  • A valuable location near Washington, D.C.

When you’re considering the question, “What jobs can you get with a degree in Accounting?,” know that our location pays dividends. Washington, D.C., is one of the largest hotspots for accountant and auditor jobs—according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics—and our connections with organizations in the area will help you when it comes to landing that all-important first job.

  • Faculty with diverse professional experience

Our small classes—most have fewer than 25 students—are taught by faculty members who have ample expertise in business law, economics, finance, management, and marketing. That means you’ll gain a broad-based background in core business sectors and added depth in career-specific areas to successfully enter the professional accounting field.

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