Accounting majors get hired. Accountants today are in high demand. And Bellarmine accounting majors learn more than just accounting. They learn business expertise, communication skills, ethical awareness and the interpersonal acumen to bring high value to any organization.
The core of the Bellarmine accounting major is a four-year, 126-hour program that provides the knowledge and skills necessary for a successful accounting career.
Many students choose to obtain the 150-semester-hours required to take the Uniform CPA exam. Bellarmine offers several 150-hour alternatives, including supplemental minors, dual majors, a dual BA/MBA, or a dual BA/MST.
If you already hold a degree in another field, you may wish to pursue our Certificate in Professional Accounting.
Thanks to an increasing demand for accountants and Bellarmine’s highly regarded accounting program, majoring in accounting is your ticket to a bright future.
PEAK team three-peats
The Bellarmine University PEAK accounting team won the title at the 2017 Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants Spring Awards Banquet for the third year in a row. PEAK, which stands for “Promote and Encourage Accounting in Kentucky” is a Jeopardy-style tournament that challenges college students to test their accounting knowledge against the best competition in the state.
Great opportunity for 2018 freshmen
If you are going to be a freshman this fall, you are eligible for a $5,310 summer scholarship in our Early Entry/New Freshmen Scholarship program. Participants will take two free courses over the summer, get a head start on college life, and gain early college credits. Learn more about the program on our Early Entry/New Freshmen Scholarship page.
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W. Fielding Rubel School of Business Faculty Profiles
Bellarmine offers a wide variety of study abroad options on 6 continents in over 50 countries and at over 150 partner campuses around the globe.
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Louisville, KY 40205