3. Accounting and Finance

I decided to combine these degrees because they are considered the more mathematical business degrees. Accounting and finance are related degrees but not the exact same. Accounting is the recording, reporting, and analyzing of financial transactions. On the other hand, finance deals with studying financial markets and managing investments.

Accounting is the business degree more focused on organization because it demands a certain level of planning, researching, and attention to detail.

After receiving an accounting degree you choose between accounting and auditing. Those interested in accounting pursue careers in public accounting, account management, and forensic accounting while those interested in auditing review financial records for a living. Most finance majors pursue careers in fund management, risk management, financial analysis, credit management, and applications development. I would recommend finance degrees to effective and decisive communicators who are skilled in making projections.

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