Students will be able to …
- Analyze Ethical Issues
- Perform Entry-level Accounting Operations
- Use a range of techniques (manual and automated) to perform analysis, synthesize information and draw conclusions.
- Contextualization Skills: The ability to transfer, and apply the concepts, theories, principles, practices and structures of today's business enterprises to the context of their chosen area of emphasis (e.g., Accounting, Business Administration).
- Context Specific Expertise: The ability to demonstrate significant mastery of the concepts, theories, principles, practices, and structures in at least one area of emphasis (e.g., Accounting, Business Administration).
"I enjoyed Simpson because of the well-rounded education and atmosphere for spiritual and academic growth. One-on-one time with my professors was invaluable because I learned about real experiences on a personal and applicable level."
"I chose Simpson because I wanted to not only play basketball, but also to better my relationship with God."
"As a Chrisian, integrating my faith with my education is important, and Simpson has allowed me to do just that. As a Business Major, I feel comfortable taking what I've learned in the classroom, and translating it into the business world. Simpson University is a place where individuals gather together to serve God. The phrase "Community - Our Responsibility" is clearly demonstrated."
"The class sizes allow for more connection to the faculty. Professors make themselves available to students on a personal level because they prefer to work at Simpson, and in the small Christian college environment."
"Simpson offers an incredibly quality Accounting program full of professors with solid knowledge and experience in the accounting and general business realm. I have enjoyed taking advantage of the smaller classrooms by getting answers to businesses and career questions. I came to Simpson originally because my parents agreed to pay for the first year if I went to a Christian college - this is why I stayed."