Large or small, profit or non-profit, organizations of all sizes need accountants. Whether you want to equip yourself for in-house accounting roles or prepare to pursue a Certified Personal Accountant qualification, Warner Pacific College can help. We offer a Bachelor of Science in Accounting (BSAC) degree completion course through our Adult Degree Program.
Designed for working adults with some previous college experience, this bachelor’s in accounting focuses on generally accepted accounting principles, including auditing principles and accounting controls. Consistent with WPC’s mission as a Christ-centered institution of learning, this degree program teaches professional skills within an ethical and moral context.
Who Chooses This Accounting Degree
The Bachelor of Accounting is suitable for working adults of any age and previous work background who:
- Want to gain foundational skills in accounting, auditing, and tax law;
- Want to prepare to earn their CPA qualification;
- Want to change from their current career to accounting.
What Our BAC Can Teach You
Warner Pacific College’s accounting degree completion program for adults provides 45 credits of upper-level study in accounting and business. It is designed to produce graduates who possess strong hands-on accounting skills grounded in thorough understanding of business principles and law.
Course topics in this program include:
- Cost Accounting
- Non-Profit Accounting
- Business and Accounting Law
- Spirituality, Character, and Service
How the Program Works
All of our ADP programs, including the Bachelor of Accounting, are cohort programs in which a group of students work through each course at the same time. In order to ensure you get the personal attention you need from your instructors, we restrict our cohorts to 14-22 members.
Warner Pacific designs its ADP programs to work with full-time jobs. Cohorts meet once a week in the evening at locations throughout Portland and Vancouver. Dedicated ADP staff offer support with financial aid, admissions, and career services concerns.
To apply for admission to the BAC degree program, you will need:
- At least two years of full-time work experience
- At least 48 credits of previous college coursework, with a minimum 2.0 GPA
Your previous college coursework can be in any area, and may have been earned at an accredited college or junior college, as well as through examinations such as CLEP or DANTES tests. An enrollment counselor can help you determine what kind of credit you have that is eligible for transfer evaluation.
Students who do not speak English as a first language may be required to take a TOEFL test or provide official scores from previous tests.
Finally, you need to complete our application form, provide transcripts from previous educational institutions, and pay the $25.00 fee.
Do the Math: Choose Warner Pacific
Contact a Warner Pacific College Adult Degree Program enrollment counselor today to learn more about completing your Bachelor of Accounting degree with us.