Accounting Bachelor of Science Degree
Help businesses plan for increased revenue and managed growth.
Accounting professionals are critical to the success of all organizations, internationally and locally. A bachelor’s degree in accounting can provide the skills that you need to support growing businesses—regardless of industry and geographical borders.
Beginning with a solid foundation of accounting, economics, and math fundamentals, you’ll be exposed to in-depth, specialized coursework as you work toward completing your accounting degree.
Major Core Requirements for Accounting Degree:
- Intermediate Accounting
- Investment Analysis
- Corporate Consolidation Accounting
- Cost Accounting
- Accounting Information Systems and Financial Risk Analysis
- Financial Audit
- International Accounting
- Accounting Placement
Program Entry Requirements
To qualify for admission into a St. George’s University School of Arts and Sciences undergraduate degree program, you must meet the following requirements:
- Caribbean or British education system students: Five General Proficiency Caribbean Secondary Examination Certificate (CSEC) or ordinary level passes, which should include both English and mathematics.
- North American education model students: Complete 12 years of primary and secondary school education.
Students with an associate’s degree, CAPE, the International Baccalaureate, Advanced Levels, or equivalent may request exemption from coursework.
Earn a Double Major
Add a Minor in Finance or second business degree in international business, management or tourism and hospitality management to broaden your career options.
To earn a business double major, you would complete:
- Required General Education courses
- Required courses from your accounting major
- At least 18 credits in the second business major that are not part of the primary major