SNHU Offers Online Accelerated Accounting Degree

Southern New Hampshire University's (SNHU) new online accelerated BS to MS accounting degree gives students wider berth in the marketplace, with valuable resume credentials and an increased pace in meeting the 150-hour CPA certification and reciprocity requirements.

The new online program offers high-quality instruction from an accounting department faculty, which includes CPAs, CMAs, and CFEs. Students benefit by learning from accounting professionals who offer "real-world" experience and 24/7 access to their course work, thereby enabling students to attend class when it best meets their own schedules.
 
"SNHU's new online accelerated BS to MS in accounting degree offers students a unique online opportunity to obtain two degrees in just five years, saving time and money," said Alexandru Manus, associate dean of business at SNHU. 
 

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Earning the online accelerated BS to MS in accounting degree will provide students with the skills needed to be successful in a diverse field of accounting and accounting-related careers, including finance, taxation, auditing, insurance, and banking. Program graduates will be well prepared to complete professional certifications, including CPA, CMA, CFE. The degree is designed to allow students to effectively interact with executive management and strengthen their ability to succeed in middle and senior management positions.

 
The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 16 percent increase in accounting-related jobs by 2016. The accelerated BS to MS accounting degree places SNHU graduates in a burgeoning accounting job market, with anticipated growth of nearly 200,000 jobs for accountants and auditors.
 
Visit Southern New Hampshire University's website for more information on the accelerated BS to MS accounting degree.
 
Source: (Southern New Hampshire University) July 30, 2012
 

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