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2755 Station Avenue
Center Valley, PA 18034
Tel: 610.282.1100
admiss@desales.edu


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Joyce C. Rhoads
Administrative Assistant
610.282.1100 ext. 1377
joyce.rhoads@desales.edu

A DeSales accounting degree is an asset your future employers will truly appreciate.

Accounting majors are among the most recruited graduates. When you graduate with a degree in accounting from DeSales, you'll be qualified to start your career with large international or regional CPA firms. Or,  you can pursue a career in corporate management, finance, government, or even become an entrepreneur.

4.5 years Bachelor's to Master's Degree

BS/MBA in Accounting

The DeSales Accelerated BS/MBA Degree Program provides a competitive advantage for entry into the accounting profession while meeting education requirements for CPA licensure. In most states, accounting students are required to complete 150 hours of education, obtain relevant accounting experience, and successfully complete the CPA exam to receive a CPA license.

Accounting students interested in this program can complete the requirements for both the BS in Accounting and the MBA degrees in four and one-half years. At the end of their junior year, accounting students with at least a 3.0 GPA are eligible for the program. Students will begin MBA courses during the fall semester of their senior year.

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CURRICULUM

Fall Senior Year 1 MBA course
Spring Senior Year  2 MBA courses
May Graduation Year BS in Accounting
Summer Post-Grad 4 MBA courses
Fall Post-Grad 4 MBA courses
January Post-Grad MBA degree

Want to major in two different areas of business?

Dual Major: 2 degrees in 4 years

 No problem! Most of your major core courses will be completed your freshman and sophomore years, so you can work on your second major during your junior and senior years. That means you can complete two degrees in the traditional four year period.


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