Non-Profit University

 WSCUC Accredited

 Scholarships and Financial Aid Available

 Classes offered on-campus and online

HUMPHREYS

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 Non-Profit University

 WSCUC Accredited

 Scholarships and Financial Aid Available

 Classes offered on-campus and online

HUMPHREYS

WITH

TO A REWARDING CAREER

TAKE THE NEXT STEP

 Non-Profit University

 WSCUC Accredited

 Scholarships and Financial Aid Available

 Classes offered on-campus and online

HUMPHREYS

WITH

TO A REWARDING CAREER

TAKE THE NEXT STEP

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Your future

Accounting

Count on a Fulfilling Career

Our Accounting program will enable students to gain the educational foundation and skills required for financial decision-making, as well as open the door to countless career options. Our program allows focused students to gain a grasp of accounting fundamentals, business ethics, a global perspective, and the ability to examine business issues from the viewpoint of multiple disciplines.

Our program emphasizes accounting, financial management, analytical skills, problem solving, and analysis in a technological world. The Accounting program offers two concentrations to help you focus on your interests and enhance your skills: Management Accounting, for students who want to work in accounting and finance departments within companies and not-for-profits; and Public Accounting, for students wishing to become Certified Public Accountants (CPA).  The Humphreys Public Accounting concentration is unique as it offers all CPA licensure education requirements at the undergraduate level.

Jason Wolins
Mr. Wolins is the Chair of our Business department.  He has taught at Humphreys since 1996 and has been chair of the Business department since 2004. Mr. Wolins earned his Master of Business Administration from DePaul University and his Juris Doctorate from University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. He is licensed to practice law in California and Illinois.
Shauna Bennett
Mrs. Bennett is our Professor of Business, Accounting, and Mathematics.  She has taught at Humphreys since 2002. She earned her Master’s degree in Business Administration from California State University, Stanislaus.
Leslie Walton
Ms. Walton is our Assistant Professor in Liberal Arts.  She has taught at Humphreys since 2005. She earned her Master of Business Administration and her Master of Arts in English from National University.
Linda Rahmoller
Mrs. Rahmoller is Assistant Professor in the Business department.  She has been teaching at Humphreys since 1985.  She earned her Bachelor of Science in Human Relations and Organizational Behavior from the University of San Francisco and her Master of Science in Education with a specialization in Post-secondary and Adult Education from Capella University.

What You’ll Learn

  • Accounting principles to evaluate & report organizational performance
  • Audit processes to comply with organizational & regulatory objectives
  • Tax reporting requirements
  • Forms and structures of organizations

What You’ll Take

Business Law

Personal Financial Management

Computerized Accounting

Accounting Ethics

For listing of program requirements, see Catalog.

What You’ll Earn

Bachelor of Science

Concentrations in:

Management Accounting
Public Accounting

Associate in Arts

Your Future in Accounting

Our programs are designed with your goals in mind. Our Accounting graduates use their breadth of knowledge in ethics and business issues to pursue countless occupations. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of for the accounting field is projected to grow 11 percent from 2014 to 2024, faster than the average for all occupations.

Consider any of these careers in Accounting:

  • Auditor
  • Tax examiner
  • Tax planning and preparations professional
  • Financial manager
  • Internal auditor or controller
  • Financial planner

Why Humphreys?

Quality Education
Accreditation is important; Humphreys University is accredited by Western Association of Schools & Colleges Senior College & University Commission.

Non-Profit
As a non-profit institution, we emphasize community, academics, and affordability, all while giving you the resources you need to succeed.

Flexibility
Courses are conveniently offered evenings on our campuses and online to accommodate working students.

Opportunity
Applications for enrollment are accepted all year. Apply soon to begin during one of our upcoming quarters.

Financial Assistance
Get the aid you need for the degree you want. We offer grants (including Cal Grants), loans, scholarships, and work-study funds for qualifying students.