Accounting degree completion webinar
Interested in extending your education, but not ready to commit to a face-to-face informational meeting? Watch this 30-minute no-committment webinar originally presented live in April 2020.
Accounting Degree Completion
Increase your career pathways while maintaining your lifestyle
Bring in three years of course credit from any accredited college and complete your bachelor’s degree in accounting in one year. Classes at Bluffton build upon the coursework you’ve previously taken so you can quickly contribute to your organizations in new and exciting ways.
This program is designed for working adults looking to advance in their careers while maintaining their busy schedules and taps into what Bluffton is all about—building relationships and serving students.
Coursework is delivered online with a combination of scheduled weekly virtual classroom sessions and asynchronous online courses completed at your own pace.
To be admitted you must have completed at least some transferable university credit with a minimum 2.0 GPA. Preference is given to students 23 years of age or older with prior work experience.
The program includes 30 credit hours of core content over two semesters. A total of 122 semester hours is needed to graduate. Depending of the number of hours transferred, you may have additional courses to complete. These additional semester hours may be obtained in several ways: courses taken at Bluffton or other institutions, testing through College Level Examination Program (CLEP), or DANTES Subject Standardized Tests (DSST). Our academic advisors are available to help you determine the best fit.
Bluffton University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and a member of the North Central Association.
Many graduates who have completed degree completion programs at Bluffton have been accepted into, and successfully completed, master’s programs.
Students in the accounting degree completion program are considered full-time and may be eligible for state and federal grants or loans. Completion of the Free Applications for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is required to determine eligibility. Most students qualify for the Federal Direct Loan Program.
In addition to grants or loans, we offer a deferred payment plan to qualified students who are eligible for reimbursement by their employer. Check with your employer to see if they offer educational assistance. Another option is to arrange a personal payment plan, either by the semester or monthly.
Enhance your communication skills, increase self-awareness and grow into the professional you strive to be through Bluffton’s degree completion program. Our small class sizes and dedicated faculty ensure that you have what you need to be prepared for the next step.