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Bachelor's Degree | On-Campus

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Translate financial data into business success

This program is no longer accepting new students.

Do you have a knack for problem-solving? In the accounting program, you'll build a deep knowledge base of accounting practices and business skills. You’ll learn how to help organizations grow and respond to financial challenges through a strong understanding of data analysis and accounting practices.

Interested in becoming a CPA? Students who earn a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from HNU may complete the CPA-Track MBA program in just one additional year.

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Contact an enrollment counselor with any questions you have about the program.

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Career Outcomes

Where an accounting degree can take you

An accounting degree is a great way to develop skills that will help you succeed in almost any environment. Our graduates have gone on to work for tech companies, start-ups, non-profits, and established financial corporations.

  • Certified Public Accountant

    Private Office

  • Financial Manager

    Law Firm

  • Investment Banker

    Financial Institution

Facts & Figures

Why HNU?


All of our full-time undergraduate students receive financial assistance from Holy Names.


Student to Faculty Ratio


84% of students consider their HNU advisor their mentor.

A program sneak preview

Sample courses

Here are just a few of the courses you may take.

Principles of Economics

Examine the intersections between national incomes, employment, money and banking, business fluctuations, and economic growth.

Financial Information Analysis

Examine financial analysis and the data used in a variety of decision contexts, such as equity valuation, forecasting, distress prediction, and credit analysis.

Accounting Ethics

Study the ethical issues that accountants encounter including confidentiality, conflicts of interest, discreditable acts, and whistleblower duties.