SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING
School of Accounting
The School of Accounting offers bachelor, associate and certificate level programs. The well-defined curriculum is designed to equip graduates with academic skills and job-specific knowledge and experience. Students are strongly encouraged to pursue internships at the associate level; bachelor students complete internships if required by their program of study. A variety of accounting, business and general education courses are offered to students so that they become well-rounded graduates.
"I love teaching at CW because every day I make my classroom interesting and fun by challenging students with new and exciting information."
Anne Bikofsky, CPA, MBA, BBA
Chairperson and Professor, Accounting
MBA, BBA, Bernard Baruch College
Certification: Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
Bachelor of Business Administration, Accounting (BBA) – HEGIS Code 0502
The accounting curriculum places a strong emphasis on accounting concepts, ethics and practical business knowledge. The Bachelor’s of Business Administration degree in Accounting (BBA) provides students with a solid business foundation through an advanced curriculum in accounting and complementary courses in finance, technology, marketing and business law. In addition, critical business skills such as strategic planning, team building, problem solving and decision making are developed. Experiencing this career-specific curriculum helps students prepare for a wide variety of accounting and financial related career tracks in business, government and nonprofit organizations.
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Associate in Applied Science Degree (AAS) – HEGIS Code 5002
The Accounting program provides students with an accounting curriculum which places a strong focus on computer applications and problem solving in a group environment. Upon graduation, students should be prepared for a variety of career possibilities in which a thorough understanding of applications of the principles of accounting is essential. Graduates continuing their education may transfer credits to baccalaureate studies.
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Certificate – HEGIS Code 5002
The Intensive Accounting/Computer Applications program prepares students for a variety of employment opportunities in the computerized accounting field in such industries as banking, insurance, small business and State and Federal government. Credits are transferable to the associate and bachelor degree program – Accounting.
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