Bachelor's in Accounting Degree Program

Bachelor's in Accounting Degree Program

If you're looking for the opportunity to play an important role in some of today’s most dynamic industries, a bachelor's degree in accounting could help you do just that. From the private sector, to government institutions, to not-for-profit organizations, DeVry University’s Bachelor's in Accounting program is designed to help you learn about the financial tools, tax codes and U.S. laws and technology applications needed to address modern business challenges in a variety of environments.


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$497/Credit Hour

As an accounting degree holder you can consider a wide range of professional paths including financial accounting, budget analysis, internal auditing and forensic accounting. Our tech-infused bachelor’s in Accounting degree program includes elements of Becker Professional Education’s industry-leading CPA Exam prep built right in to the coursework, so you can gain exposure to today’s relevant CPA exam topics.

It is important to note that most state boards of accountancy require 150 credit hours of post-secondary education in order to sit for the CPA exam. As this bachelor’s program is less than 150 credit hours, it alone does not meet the minimum coursework requirements to sit for the CPA exam. Students interested in sitting for the CPA exam should check their state requirements.

For those with a bachelor’s degree, DeVry University’s Keller Graduate School of Management offers a variety of graduate degree program options in which you can earn academic credit for a Master’s degree, while earning the additional hours required to prepare for the CPA Exam. Our graduate offerings present the opportunity to integrate additional CPA Exam Review from Becker Professional Education to aid in your test preparation. 

DeVry University’s Bachelor of Science in Accounting degree program* has achieved voluntary accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP,, demonstrating it has met standards of business education that promote teaching excellence.

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Available for all of DeVry and Keller's ACBSP accredited programs.

*For a full list of DeVry University's business and accounting degree programs accredited by ACBSP, please see the Accreditation page.

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Accounting Program Courses

The courses within DeVry University’s Bachelor of Science in Accounting degree program span topics related to management, ethics, information technology and beyond. Core or required coursework areas for DeVry’s accounting students may include auditing, federal tax accounting, accounting research and business law.  

Additionally, at DeVry we believe in broadening your knowledge and skills beyond the area of your accounting degree program. To help prepare you for the interconnected workplace and business markets of tomorrow, your general studies may include communications, humanities, mathematics, social sciences and more. As an online accounting student at DeVry, you can also connect with peers through technology such as Cisco Spark, WebEx and Voice Thread.

Our Bachelor’s in Accounting degree program may include these courses:

Intermediate Accounting I, II & III


Federal Income Taxation

Accounting Information Systems

Senior Project

Intermediate Accounting I, II & III

Accounting students have the opportunity to gain skills needed to perform business functions like bookkeeping, payroll and billing. Discover the foundational aspects of financial accounting, from measurement of assets to accounting for income taxes.


Become familiar with the accounting principles, practices and procedures used by public accountants for the critical role of verifying corporate financial statements.

Federal Income Taxation

Explore federal income tax concepts such as gross income, exclusions and allowable deductions. Learn ways to determine the effect of various elements of taxation on finances of individuals in the United States.

Accounting Information Systems

Learn to design, install, operate and manage an integrated, automated accounting system. Topics of study include ledgers, transaction process cycles, application controls, information security requirements and business information systems integration.

Senior Project

In your final year, you have the opportunity to apply the accounting concepts you've learned to solve career-related problems as you develop a deeper sense of what it's like for professionals to navigate challenges in the accounting field.

To learn more about required and elective courses for our bachelor's degree in Accounting Program, request information or see the DeVry University undergraduate academic catalog.

Career Services for Accounting Degree Students

Whether you're working to move ahead in your field or looking to take an entirely new path, DeVry’s career services  team is dedicated to helping accounting degree holders get started with or further develop their career plans. Improve your resume, establish networking contacts, and explore opportunities in your field after graduation. Wherever your accounting degree takes you, DeVry has tools, resources and advisors available to help you pursue your professional goals.

All students enrolled in site-based programs will be required to take some coursework online and, for some programs and locations, a substantial portion of the program may be required to be completed online.