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Hiram’s Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and Financial Management develops the student’s ability to evaluate, analyze, and critique business strategies and transactions based on a complex body of accounting, tax, auditing and cost management principles.  The Accounting and Financial Management major further enables students to recognize the financial and economic impact of such business strategies, use and develop financial models to assist in the analysis of business strategies, and effectively communicate the results of such analysis.

For students who are not planning on careers in public accounting, the Hiram College bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Financial Management prepares them for a variety of careers in business, industry, finance, non-profit organizations or government.

The program is designed so that 50% of this partnership is LCCC coursework, and the final 50% is Hiram College coursework.  Hiram College courses are taught by Hiram College faculty either in person, online, or via distance learning.  Students can complete the accounting degree in its entirety on LCCC’s campus.

 

Parallel LCCC Programs

Admission Procedures

  1. Complete an online Community College Partnership/Adult Undergraduate Application (link is at the bottom of the page)
  2. There is no application fee
  3. Request all colleges you attended to send official transcripts directly to Hiram College.
  4. Once the materials are in and you are accepted, check your Hiram email account often.
  5. Once admitted, you will meet in person or virtually with your Hiram advisor.

Admission Requirements

67 semester hours of credit toward the Associate of Applied Business in Accounting

Complete the following courses:

ACTG 151 & 152
ACTG 265
ACTG 251 & 252
ECNM 151
BADM 251
FNCE 251
ENGL 161 & 162
MTHM 168
Natural Science w/Lab
Elective Humanities or Fine Arts

GPA Requirements

2.5 overall GPA at LCCC
2.0 overall GPA in Business/Economics courses
Earn at least a 2.0 overall GPA in Accounting courses
Earn at least a “C” in all courses

 

For More Information

Students interested in this program contact:

Hiram’s Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and Financial Management develops the student’s ability to evaluate, analyze, and critique business strategies and transactions based on a complex body of accounting, tax, auditing and cost management principles.  The Accounting and Financial Management major further enables students to recognize the financial and economic impact of such business strategies, use and develop financial models to assist in the analysis of business strategies, and effectively communicate the results of such analysis.

Rylie Crine
crinerm@hiram.edu  
Hiram office: 330-569-5973
Hiram cell: 330-569-8679