Accounting as a Second Degree

If you have already earned a college degree, you may still earn an Accounting degree as part of a post-baccalaureate education. This option is particularly attractive to professionals looking to move up within their organization or anyone seeking a new career. Since our courses are offered during the day, evenings and online, you can complete the Accounting degree on your own schedule.

The course requirements for the post-bacc degree in Accounting depends on your educational background. Students with a business degree from an AACSB-accredited college must complete the 30 hours of upper-level accounting courses. Students without a degree from an AACSB-accredited college must also complete the Pre-Business and Professional Business core. Additionally, UA Little Rock requires a minimum of 30 hours completed as a UA Little Rock student (which is normally satisfied by the accounting courses) and completion of a course in U.S. History or U.S. Government as part of the student’s overall collegiate record.

For further details, please see our Accounting (Post-Bacc) Degree Checklist.

To determine the exact requirements remaining for you to earn an Accounting BBA as your second degree, or for an unofficial transcript review, please contact the Department Chair, Mark Funk, at or 501-569-8862.