Accounting (B.S.)


Liberty University’s accounting program prepares students to be effective leaders in business. The program develops the proficiency in communication and computer application skills needed to work with complex accounting issues. Students also learn to identify, analyze and appropriately deal with ethical dilemmas from a sound moral and biblical perspective.

Academic Program

In addition to the required core classes on the degree completion plan, each student is required to complete various core classes that specialize in accounting.

Core Classes

  • Principles of Accounting I: ACCT 211
  • Principles of Accounting II: ACCT 212
  • Intermediate Accounting I: ACCT 301
  • Intermediate Accounting II: ACCT 302
  • Cost Accounting I: ACCT 311 
  • Accounting Information Systems: ACCT 332 
  • Taxation I: ACCT 401
  • Advanced Accounting: ACCT 402
  • Govt. and Not-for-Profit Accounting: ACCT 403
  • Auditing: ACCT 404
  • Taxation II: ACCT 412
  • Capstone: Accounting: ACCT 441


Degree Completion Plan

Degree Completion Plans are found on the CASAS web pages.


Career Opportunities

  • Accounting Clerk
  • Accounting Payable Clerk
  • Accounting Representative
  • Accounting Manager

Advising Information

Contact a Professor
Gene Sullivan: grsulliv@liberty.edu
Jamie Stowe: jleggleston@liberty.edu
Melanie Hicks: mhicks@liberty.edu