IMAGE SOURCE Degree Options If you are interested in pursuing forensic accounting as a career, you should know what degree choices are available. Will any bachelor's degree, for starters, in accounting suffice to enter this field? On the other hand, do you need a more specialized degree? The latter being a degree titled as forensic . . .
IMAGE SOURCE The obvious answer to the captioned question is a degree in accounting. A degree in the major might be your best choice, although there are other considerations. First, we need to establish what forensic accounting is. Forensic applies to any investigative technique used in the detection of a crime. In this case, investigators . . .
"Life is like accounting, everything must be balanced" - Unknown Accountants enjoy greater stability and report disproportionate job satisfaction in comparison with other professions. People who began their careers as accountants can be found working as CEO's, CFO's, Financial Managers, and in a litany of other powerful, lucrative positions across different industries. Accountants are known . . .
An associate’s degree is quicker and cheaper than a bachelor’s degree, so it can be an appealing choice for students interested in accounting. However, there are many benefits of spending the extra time and tuition dollars needed to earn a bachelor’s degree in accounting. Going to school for another two years can mean the difference . . .
Going to graduate school is a big commitment that requires a great deal of time, money and hard work. However, the benefits of earning a master’s degree in accounting, rather than having just a bachelor’s degree in accounting, make the graduate school investment well worth it for many accountants. With a master’s degree, you can . . .
If you like working with numbers, you might wonder whether accounting or mathematics is a better college major for you to pursue. Both academic paths have their benefits, and both degrees can lead to a lucrative career. However, there are a lot of differences between the two fields of study. Choosing an accounting degree over . . .
Accounting is just one of several disciplines found within the field of business. Another business subject that shares some similarities with accounting is economics. Both degree paths can be valuable fields of study for aspiring business professionals, but they equip graduates with somewhat different skills and prepare them for slightly different career paths. While both . . .
Accounting and finance degrees have so much in common that many students have a hard time choosing between these majors. Even compared to general business and business marketing, these two math-focused business majors are associated with higher wages and lower rates of unemployment and underemployment, The Washington Post reported. Beyond these shared benefits, however, there . . .
If you’re torn between majoring in general business and majoring accounting, then you should learn as much as you can about the pros and cons of each decision. While there is a good deal of overlap between these two degree paths in both subjects of study and career opportunities, there are many benefits of pursuing . . .