What will I learn?

The accounting systems concentration (15 credits within the 120-credit BSBU) is for students who are interested in becoming Accounting Information Systems Analysts, Certified Public Accountants or working in the field of accounting. Accounting specialization courses include CPA eligibility requirements along with electives in international accounting and accounting information systems. Students in this specialization will be encouraged to pursue internships in the field in order to apply the skills learned in the classroom and enhance their career prospects for the future.

Program Objectives

Students will acquire the skills needed to develop an understanding of the "common body of knowledge" as defined by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International. In addition, students will develop a set of frameworks to analyze, comprehend, and enjoy facts, concepts, and ideas and analytical and critical thinking, decision making, leadership, planning and organization, and problem-solving skills.

Learning Outcomes

Students will demonstrate knowledge of business.

Students will demonstrate an ability to analyze concepts, to apply these concepts to solve business problems and use quantitative methodologies as tools to solve business problems.

Oral communication: Students will demonstrate the ability to deliver effective presentations enhanced by technology.

Written communication: Students will demonstrate the ability to write clear and concise reports.

Students will demonstrate the ability to search databases, locate, use and properly cite relevant information.

Students will demonstrate the ability to understand and use team building behaviors to accomplish group tasks.

Students will demonstrate the ability to identify ethical dilemmas and make decisions grounded in ethical principles.

Students will demonstrate the ability to use technology for effective project management.

Students will demonstrate an understanding of the global context in which business is conducted.

Which department am I in?

Martin Tuchman School of Management

Study options

Full Time (15 credits within the 120-credit BSBU)

Tuition fees
US$30,160.00 per year
This fees is for 2020 and subject to change for the academic year.

*Price shown is for indicative purposes, please check with institution

Start date

1 September 2020, 19 January 2021

Venue

Martin Tuchman School of Management

University Heights,

3000 Central Avenue Building (CAB),

NEWARK,

New Jersey,

07102, United States

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Students must have completed a high school graduates who have not previously attended college may apply for admission as freshmen.

For international students

We consider your entire academic high school record, especially your grades in math, science and English. We also take into account trends in your performance, for example, if your grades have improved from freshman to senior year.

Students in the top 25 percent of their class meet our class rank requirements. If your school does not use a ranking system, we consider a 3.0 GPA to be equivalent.

English Language Requirement: Students whose native language is not English are required to submit their results from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) examination or the International English Language System (IELTS) and may also be required to take courses in English as a Second Language. The minimum TOEFL score is 550 on the paper-based exam, 213 on the computer-based exam, or 79 on the internet-based exam. The minimum IELTS score is 6.0.

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About this uni

As an industry leader, the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) prepares students for careers in the ever-changing technological market.

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