Accounting is an essential part of businesses and organizations, providing information necessary so they can keep organized, evaluate performance, plan for the future, and stay within legal guidelines.
credits required for the Accounting major
average salary of accountants with bachelor's degrees in 2019
of Certified Public Accountants were estimated to be old enough to retire by 2020
of students who apply to WOU are selected for admission
Sample four-year degree plan
Students will demonstrate an understanding of intermediate-level financial accounting and reporting concepts.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of intermediate-level cost/managerial accounting concepts.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the principles of individual and entity taxation.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the principles of auditing.
Students will exhibit an understanding of ethical conduct in a global and diverse professional environment.
NTT Lecturer, Business/Economics Division
503-838-9533 | email@example.com | WEST 202
Associate Professor, Division Chair, Business/Economics Division
503-838-8346 | firstname.lastname@example.org | WEST 113A
NTT Instructor, Business/Economics Division
503-838-8181 | email@example.com | WEST 202
Professor, Business/Economics Division
503-838-8718 | firstname.lastname@example.org | WEST 203
Associate Professor, Business/Economics Division