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Accounting is more than crunching numbers. This in-demand field is full of skilled financial problem-solvers who aid companies of all shapes and sizes with important business decisions. Accounting professionals are critical thinkers who can help drive the direction of their organizations—and contribute to their fiscal health.
The accounting program curriculum at Elizabethtown College’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies curriculum provides a solid foundation in accounting and business principles and emphasizes analytical thinking, leadership, and strategic planning skills. Our program also offers an international perspective; you will leave Elizabethtown College prepared for today’s global economic environment.
Student Learning Outcomes:
Students will be able to
apply Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) in financial reporting.
utilize financial reports to draw conclusions about organizational finances.
identify methods of technology utilization for ease of financial reporting.
demonstrate skills to work with others toward organizational goals.
recognize ethical standards needed for business activities.