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The Bachelor of Accountancy offers both specialized knowledge in accounting and a general education leading to a broad understanding of the business world. The program is designed to prepare the student for a professional career in accounting in the public or private sector as well as for graduate study in business, finance, information systems, or law.
Admission Information: Students enter the pre-accountancy program upon being admitted to the first year of (general) studies. Admission to the BAccy program requires junior status and a grade-point average of 2.5.
The Bachelor of Business Administration degree offers general management preparation with an opportunity for specialization in a specific field of business. It represents a careful balance of structure and choice, with flexibility that allows students to tailor their program to reflect the individual career goals they have selected. While each student takes the same basic business core classes, many of the general education courses and courses in the field of concentration are individually selected to suit each student.
The Bachelor of Science (BS) degree with a major in Finance emphasizes a finance-focused education, directly targeting the financial industry including commercial banks, investment banks, investment companies, and insurance companies. Along with a required second major in a non-Business field, the BS in Finance degree not only integrates the University’s emphasis on interdisciplinary study at the undergraduate level, but also positions GW Business students to become informed global stewards. To see the specific program requirements for this Bachelor of Science degree, view the Bachelor of Science in Finance Curriculum Sheet.
This new degree program allows non-Business students to pursue a second major in Finance. For curriculum requirements specific to non-Business students, please view the Finance Major Curriculum Sheet.
Students who wish to pursue the BS Degree with a major in Finance, must apply and be admitted to this competitive program.
*Please note, the Curriculum Guide is intended for a general overview of the courses required and is subject to change.*