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Earn a bachelor's or associate degree from more than 50 programs in technology, business, healthcare, design, and public safety.

Our hands-on coursework, individual attention, and experienced faculty provide the support and real-world skills you need to get ahead in today's competitive job market.

Online

C=Program offered at least partially on campus (core courses); O=Program offered fully online

Bachelor of Science Degrees

Accounting O
Business Management With No Concentration O
Business Management With a Concentration in Business Administration O
Business Management With a Concentration in Entrepreneurial Studies O
Business Management With a Concentration in Human Resource Development O
Business Management With a Concentration in International Business O
Business Management With a Concentration in Marketing O
Business Management With a Concentration in Project Management O
Criminal Justice With No Minor or Concentration O
Criminal Justice With a Concentration in Homeland Security O
Criminal Justice With a Concentration in Supervision and Management O
Graphic Design With No Declared Concentration O
Graphic Design With a Concentration in Print Design O
Graphic Design With a Concentration in Web Design O
Health Information Management O
Healthcare Management O
Healthcare Management—Dental Hygiene Emphasis O
Homeland Security and Public Safety With No Minor or Concentration O
Information Technology With No Concentration O
Information Technology With a Concentration in Network Management O
Information Technology With a Concentration in Security Technology O
Legal Studies O
Only the Herzing University paralegal programs at New Orleans and Atlanta are approved by the American Bar Association. The Herzing Legal Studies program offered online is not approved by the ABA.
Nursing—Bridge RN to BSN O
Software Development With No Declared Minor or Concentration O
Software Development With a Concentration in Computer Programming O
Technology Management O

Associate and Associate of Applied Science Degrees

Accounting O
Business Management O
Business Studies O
Criminal Justice O
Design Studies O
Graphic Design O
Health Information Management O
Healthcare Management O
Information Technology O
Insurance Billing and Coding Specialist O
Legal Studies O
Only the Herzing University paralegal programs at New Orleans and Atlanta are approved by the American Bar Association. The Herzing Legal Studies program offered online is not approved by the ABA.
Medical Assisting Services O
Medical Office Administration O
Software Development O
Technology Studies O
Wind Energy Technology O

Diploma and Certificate Programs

Bookkeeping and Payroll Accounting O
Insurance Billing and Coding Specialist O
Medical Assisting Services O
Medical Office Administration O
Wind Energy Technology O

Online

C=Program offered at least partially on campus (core courses); O=Program offered fully online

Master's Degrees

Master of Business Administration O
Master of Business Administration in Accounting O
Master of Business Administration in Business Management O
Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Management O
Master of Business Administration in Human Resources O
Master of Business Administration in Project Management O
Master of Business Administration in Public Safety Leadership O
Master of Business Administration in Technology Management O
Master of Business Administration—Dual Concentration Option O
Master of Science in Nursing With a Concentration in Family Nurse Practitioner O
Master of Science in Nursing With a Concentration in Nursing Education O
Master of Science in Nursing With a Concentration in Nursing Management O

 

Advance Your Career

We offer 2 master's programs, including eight MBA concentrations and three MSN concentrations. You can even earn a bachelor's and master's degree in just four years. Or take one of our continuing education non-credit courses and certification programs to improve your job opportunities and performance.

Flexible Learning Options

Our innovative career programs provide flexible learning options and convenient scheduling to meet busy students wherever they are in life. Attend one of our 11 locations in eight U.S. states. No matter what your educational goal, Herzing University can help you achieve it.

Kenosha - Career Programs

Earn a Degree

Earn a bachelor’s or associate degree from more than 50 programs in technology, business, healthcare, design, and public safety.

Our hands-on coursework, individual attention, and experienced faculty provide the support and real-world skills you need to get ahead in today’s competitive job market.

KENOSHA - Undergraduate Programs

C = Program offered at least partially on campus (core courses); O = Program offered fully online

Bachelor of Science Degrees

Accounting C/O
Business Management With No Concentration C/O
Business Management With a Concentration in Business Administration C/O
Business Management With a Concentration in Entrepreneurial Studies C/O
Business Management With a Concentration in Human Resource Development C/O
Business Management With a Concentration in International Business C/O
Business Management With a Concentration in Marketing C/O
Business Management With a Concentration in Project Management C/O
Criminal Justice With No Minor or Concentration C/O
Criminal Justice With a Concentration in Homeland Security C/O
Criminal Justice With a Concentration in Supervision and Management C/O
Graphic Design With No Declared Concentration C/O
Graphic Design With a Concentration in Print Design C/O
Graphic Design With a Concentration in Web Design C/O
Health Information Management O
Healthcare Management C/O
Homeland Security and Public Safety With No Minor or Concentration C/O
Information Technology With No Concentration O
Information Technology With a Concentration in Network Management O
Information Technology With a Concentration in Security Technology O
Legal Studies O

Only the Herzing University paralegal programs at New Orleans and Atlanta are approved by the American Bar Association. The Herzing Legal Studies program offered online is not approved by the ABA.

 

Nursing C
Software Development With No Declared Minor or Concentration O
Software Development With a Concentration in Computer Programming O
Technology Management C/O

Associate and Associate of Applied Science Degrees

Accounting C/O
Business Management C/O
Business Studies C/O
Criminal Justice C/O
Design Studies C/O
Graphic Design C/O
Health Information Management O
Healthcare Management C/O
Information Technology O
Insurance Billing and Coding Specialist C/O
Legal Studies O

Only the Herzing University paralegal programs at New Orleans and Atlanta are approved by the American Bar Association. The Herzing Legal Studies program offered online is not approved by the ABA.

Medical Assisting Services C/O
Medical Office Administration C/O
Software Development O
Technology Studies O
Wind Energy Technology O

Diploma and Certificate Programs

Bookkeeping and Payroll Accounting C/O
Insurance Billing and Coding Specialist C/O
Medical Office Administration C/O
Wind Energy Technology O

KENOSHA - Graduate Programs

C = Program offered at least partially on campus (core courses); O = Program offered fully online

Master's Degrees

Master of Business Administration O
Master of Business Administration in Accounting O
Master of Business Administration in Business Management O
Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Management O
Master of Business Administration in Human Resources O
Master of Business Administration in Project Management O
Master of Business Administration in Public Safety Leadership O
Master of Business Administration in Technology Management O
Master of Business Administration—Dual Concentration Option O

Advance Your Career

We offer 2 master’s programs, including eight MBA concentrations and an MSN program, with three concentrations You can even earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree in just four years. 

Flexible Learning Options

Our innovative career programs provide flexible learning options and convenient scheduling to meet busy students wherever they are in life. Attend one of our 11 locations in eight U.S. states, earn your degree online, or take a blended approach. No matter what your educational goal, Herzing University can help you achieve it.

Accountants play a vital role in the world of business. They are responsible for keeping accurate public records and ensuring an organization’s taxes are paid correctly and on time. Due to recent corporation scandals, an increasing number of accountants are employed to watch for any mismanagement of funds or fraud and to ensure compliance to tightening federal regulations regarding accounting and financial reporting practices. Typical daily duties include analysis and verification of financial data and reports, and communicating their findings to management/clients.

Business graduate - Joshua WolfeAccountants who render services to individuals are highly trusted by clients and often asked to not only prepare taxes, but also act as a financial advisor. Clients ask for help in creating a personal budget, managing investments and saving for retirement.

There are several specialties within the accounting field that a professional can choose, however they all stem from four main types of accountants:

  • Public accountants – The largest group of accountants, public accountants may perform duties related to taxes, audits, financial reporting, fraud investigation, and advising on employee benefits and asset security. Most public accountants hold the Certified Public Accountant credential and a large percentage run their own accounting firm or work for a public accounting firm that consults for businesses.
  • Management accountants – This type of accountant records and analyzes financial data for their employer. They are often part of a strategic planning or new product development team to report on financial information that executives will then use to make important business decisions. Other responsibilities typically include cost and asset management, budgeting and financial analysis/reporting.
  • Government accountants and auditors – These professionals work in the public sector and are employed by the government at the state, federal or local level. Accountants maintain and examine financial records for government agencies, and auditors conduct audits on businesses or individuals to make sure they are following regulations and paying taxes properly.
  • Internal auditors – Internal auditors examine an organization’s financial records to check for accuracy, fraud, waste, and proper security/management of assets. Additionally, internal auditors play a large role in evaluating the organization’s compliance with policies (both internal and external) and efficiency in their operations. They may also work closely with technology managers to review and evaluate the information systems.

Do you have the skills necessary to take on a bookkeeping challenge?

Success as a bookkeeper or accountant starts with attention to detail and skill with numbers. Most often this information is processed electronically, so you must be comfortable using computers and accounting software. In addition, you should enjoy paperwork and be able to work with minimal supervision.

Accountants play a vital role in the world of business. They are responsible for keeping accurate public records and ensuring an organization’s taxes are paid correctly and on time. Due to recent corporation scandals, an increasing number of accountants are employed to watch for any mismanagement of funds or fraud and to ensure compliance to tightening federal regulations regarding accounting and financial reporting practices. Typical daily duties include analysis and verification of financial data and reports, and communicating their findings to management/clients.

Business graduate - Joshua WolfeAccountants who render services to individuals are highly trusted by clients and often asked to not only prepare taxes, but also act as a financial advisor. Clients ask for help in creating a personal budget, managing investments and saving for retirement.

There are several specialties within the accounting field that a professional can choose, however they all stem from four main types of accountants:

  • Public accountants – The largest group of accountants, public accountants may perform duties related to taxes, audits, financial reporting, fraud investigation, and advising on employee benefits and asset security. Most public accountants hold the Certified Public Accountant credential and a large percentage run their own accounting firm or work for a public accounting firm that consults for businesses.
  • Management accountants – This type of accountant records and analyzes financial data for their employer. They are often part of a strategic planning or new product development team to report on financial information that executives will then use to make important business decisions. Other responsibilities typically include cost and asset management, budgeting and financial analysis/reporting.
  • Government accountants and auditors – These professionals work in the public sector and are employed by the government at the state, federal or local level. Accountants maintain and examine financial records for government agencies, and auditors conduct audits on businesses or individuals to make sure they are following regulations and paying taxes properly.
  • Internal auditors – Internal auditors examine an organization’s financial records to check for accuracy, fraud, waste, and proper security/management of assets. Additionally, internal auditors play a large role in evaluating the organization’s compliance with policies (both internal and external) and efficiency in their operations. They may also work closely with technology managers to review and evaluate the information systems.

Do you have the skills necessary to take on a bookkeeping challenge?

Success as a bookkeeper or accountant starts with attention to detail and skill with numbers. Most often this information is processed electronically, so you must be comfortable using computers and accounting software. In addition, you should enjoy paperwork and be able to work with minimal supervision.

Accountants play a vital role in the world of business. They are responsible for keeping accurate public records and ensuring an organization’s taxes are paid correctly and on time. Due to recent corporation scandals, an increasing number of accountants are employed to watch for any mismanagement of funds or fraud and to ensure compliance to tightening federal regulations regarding accounting and financial reporting practices. Typical daily duties include analysis and verification of financial data and reports, and communicating their findings to management/clients.

Business graduate - Joshua WolfeAccountants who render services to individuals are highly trusted by clients and often asked to not only prepare taxes, but also act as a financial advisor. Clients ask for help in creating a personal budget, managing investments and saving for retirement.

There are several specialties within the accounting field that a professional can choose, however they all stem from four main types of accountants:

  • Public accountants – The largest group of accountants, public accountants may perform duties related to taxes, audits, financial reporting, fraud investigation, and advising on employee benefits and asset security. Most public accountants hold the Certified Public Accountant credential and a large percentage run their own accounting firm or work for a public accounting firm that consults for businesses.
  • Management accountants – This type of accountant records and analyzes financial data for their employer. They are often part of a strategic planning or new product development team to report on financial information that executives will then use to make important business decisions. Other responsibilities typically include cost and asset management, budgeting and financial analysis/reporting.
  • Government accountants and auditors – These professionals work in the public sector and are employed by the government at the state, federal or local level. Accountants maintain and examine financial records for government agencies, and auditors conduct audits on businesses or individuals to make sure they are following regulations and paying taxes properly.
  • Internal auditors – Internal auditors examine an organization’s financial records to check for accuracy, fraud, waste, and proper security/management of assets. Additionally, internal auditors play a large role in evaluating the organization’s compliance with policies (both internal and external) and efficiency in their operations. They may also work closely with technology managers to review and evaluate the information systems.

Do you have the skills necessary to take on a bookkeeping challenge?

Success as a bookkeeper or accountant starts with attention to detail and skill with numbers. Most often this information is processed electronically, so you must be comfortable using computers and accounting software. In addition, you should enjoy paperwork and be able to work with minimal supervision.

Accountants play a vital role in the world of business. They are responsible for keeping accurate public records and ensuring an organization’s taxes are paid correctly and on time. Due to recent corporation scandals, an increasing number of accountants are employed to watch for any mismanagement of funds or fraud and to ensure compliance to tightening federal regulations regarding accounting and financial reporting practices. Typical daily duties include analysis and verification of financial data and reports, and communicating their findings to management/clients.

Business graduate - Joshua WolfeAccountants who render services to individuals are highly trusted by clients and often asked to not only prepare taxes, but also act as a financial advisor. Clients ask for help in creating a personal budget, managing investments and saving for retirement.

There are several specialties within the accounting field that a professional can choose, however they all stem from four main types of accountants:

  • Public accountants – The largest group of accountants, public accountants may perform duties related to taxes, audits, financial reporting, fraud investigation, and advising on employee benefits and asset security. Most public accountants hold the Certified Public Accountant credential and a large percentage run their own accounting firm or work for a public accounting firm that consults for businesses.
  • Management accountants – This type of accountant records and analyzes financial data for their employer. They are often part of a strategic planning or new product development team to report on financial information that executives will then use to make important business decisions. Other responsibilities typically include cost and asset management, budgeting and financial analysis/reporting.
  • Government accountants and auditors – These professionals work in the public sector and are employed by the government at the state, federal or local level. Accountants maintain and examine financial records for government agencies, and auditors conduct audits on businesses or individuals to make sure they are following regulations and paying taxes properly.
  • Internal auditors – Internal auditors examine an organization’s financial records to check for accuracy, fraud, waste, and proper security/management of assets. Additionally, internal auditors play a large role in evaluating the organization’s compliance with policies (both internal and external) and efficiency in their operations. They may also work closely with technology managers to review and evaluate the information systems.

Do you have the skills necessary to take on a bookkeeping challenge?

Success as a bookkeeper or accountant starts with attention to detail and skill with numbers. Most often this information is processed electronically, so you must be comfortable using computers and accounting software. In addition, you should enjoy paperwork and be able to work with minimal supervision.

Accountants play a vital role in the world of business. They are responsible for keeping accurate public records and ensuring an organization’s taxes are paid correctly and on time. Due to recent corporation scandals, an increasing number of accountants are employed to watch for any mismanagement of funds or fraud and to ensure compliance to tightening federal regulations regarding accounting and financial reporting practices. Typical daily duties include analysis and verification of financial data and reports, and communicating their findings to management/clients.

Business graduate - Joshua WolfeAccountants who render services to individuals are highly trusted by clients and often asked to not only prepare taxes, but also act as a financial advisor. Clients ask for help in creating a personal budget, managing investments and saving for retirement.

There are several specialties within the accounting field that a professional can choose, however they all stem from four main types of accountants:

  • Public accountants – The largest group of accountants, public accountants may perform duties related to taxes, audits, financial reporting, fraud investigation, and advising on employee benefits and asset security. Most public accountants hold the Certified Public Accountant credential and a large percentage run their own accounting firm or work for a public accounting firm that consults for businesses.
  • Management accountants – This type of accountant records and analyzes financial data for their employer. They are often part of a strategic planning or new product development team to report on financial information that executives will then use to make important business decisions. Other responsibilities typically include cost and asset management, budgeting and financial analysis/reporting.
  • Government accountants and auditors – These professionals work in the public sector and are employed by the government at the state, federal or local level. Accountants maintain and examine financial records for government agencies, and auditors conduct audits on businesses or individuals to make sure they are following regulations and paying taxes properly.
  • Internal auditors – Internal auditors examine an organization’s financial records to check for accuracy, fraud, waste, and proper security/management of assets. Additionally, internal auditors play a large role in evaluating the organization’s compliance with policies (both internal and external) and efficiency in their operations. They may also work closely with technology managers to review and evaluate the information systems.

Do you have the skills necessary to take on a bookkeeping challenge?

Success as a bookkeeper or accountant starts with attention to detail and skill with numbers. Most often this information is processed electronically, so you must be comfortable using computers and accounting software. In addition, you should enjoy paperwork and be able to work with minimal supervision.

Accountants play a vital role in the world of business. They are responsible for keeping accurate public records and ensuring an organization’s taxes are paid correctly and on time. Due to recent corporation scandals, an increasing number of accountants are employed to watch for any mismanagement of funds or fraud and to ensure compliance to tightening federal regulations regarding accounting and financial reporting practices. Typical daily duties include analysis and verification of financial data and reports, and communicating their findings to management/clients.

Business graduate - Joshua WolfeAccountants who render services to individuals are highly trusted by clients and often asked to not only prepare taxes, but also act as a financial advisor. Clients ask for help in creating a personal budget, managing investments and saving for retirement.

There are several specialties within the accounting field that a professional can choose, however they all stem from four main types of accountants:

  • Public accountants – The largest group of accountants, public accountants may perform duties related to taxes, audits, financial reporting, fraud investigation, and advising on employee benefits and asset security. Most public accountants hold the Certified Public Accountant credential and a large percentage run their own accounting firm or work for a public accounting firm that consults for businesses.
  • Management accountants – This type of accountant records and analyzes financial data for their employer. They are often part of a strategic planning or new product development team to report on financial information that executives will then use to make important business decisions. Other responsibilities typically include cost and asset management, budgeting and financial analysis/reporting.
  • Government accountants and auditors – These professionals work in the public sector and are employed by the government at the state, federal or local level. Accountants maintain and examine financial records for government agencies, and auditors conduct audits on businesses or individuals to make sure they are following regulations and paying taxes properly.
  • Internal auditors – Internal auditors examine an organization’s financial records to check for accuracy, fraud, waste, and proper security/management of assets. Additionally, internal auditors play a large role in evaluating the organization’s compliance with policies (both internal and external) and efficiency in their operations. They may also work closely with technology managers to review and evaluate the information systems.

Do you have the skills necessary to take on a bookkeeping challenge?

Success as a bookkeeper or accountant starts with attention to detail and skill with numbers. Most often this information is processed electronically, so you must be comfortable using computers and accounting software. In addition, you should enjoy paperwork and be able to work with minimal supervision.

Accountants play a vital role in the world of business. They are responsible for keeping accurate public records and ensuring an organization’s taxes are paid correctly and on time. Due to recent corporation scandals, an increasing number of accountants are employed to watch for any mismanagement of funds or fraud and to ensure compliance to tightening federal regulations regarding accounting and financial reporting practices. Typical daily duties include analysis and verification of financial data and reports, and communicating their findings to management/clients.

Business graduate - Joshua WolfeAccountants who render services to individuals are highly trusted by clients and often asked to not only prepare taxes, but also act as a financial advisor. Clients ask for help in creating a personal budget, managing investments and saving for retirement.

There are several specialties within the accounting field that a professional can choose, however they all stem from four main types of accountants:

  • Public accountants – The largest group of accountants, public accountants may perform duties related to taxes, audits, financial reporting, fraud investigation, and advising on employee benefits and asset security. Most public accountants hold the Certified Public Accountant credential and a large percentage run their own accounting firm or work for a public accounting firm that consults for businesses.
  • Management accountants – This type of accountant records and analyzes financial data for their employer. They are often part of a strategic planning or new product development team to report on financial information that executives will then use to make important business decisions. Other responsibilities typically include cost and asset management, budgeting and financial analysis/reporting.
  • Government accountants and auditors – These professionals work in the public sector and are employed by the government at the state, federal or local level. Accountants maintain and examine financial records for government agencies, and auditors conduct audits on businesses or individuals to make sure they are following regulations and paying taxes properly.
  • Internal auditors – Internal auditors examine an organization’s financial records to check for accuracy, fraud, waste, and proper security/management of assets. Additionally, internal auditors play a large role in evaluating the organization’s compliance with policies (both internal and external) and efficiency in their operations. They may also work closely with technology managers to review and evaluate the information systems.

Do you have the skills necessary to take on a bookkeeping challenge?

Success as a bookkeeper or accountant starts with attention to detail and skill with numbers. Most often this information is processed electronically, so you must be comfortable using computers and accounting software. In addition, you should enjoy paperwork and be able to work with minimal supervision.

Accountants play a vital role in the world of business. They are responsible for keeping accurate public records and ensuring an organization’s taxes are paid correctly and on time. Due to recent corporation scandals, an increasing number of accountants are employed to watch for any mismanagement of funds or fraud and to ensure compliance to tightening federal regulations regarding accounting and financial reporting practices. Typical daily duties include analysis and verification of financial data and reports, and communicating their findings to management/clients.

Business graduate - Joshua WolfeAccountants who render services to individuals are highly trusted by clients and often asked to not only prepare taxes, but also act as a financial advisor. Clients ask for help in creating a personal budget, managing investments and saving for retirement.

There are several specialties within the accounting field that a professional can choose, however they all stem from four main types of accountants:

  • Public accountants – The largest group of accountants, public accountants may perform duties related to taxes, audits, financial reporting, fraud investigation, and advising on employee benefits and asset security. Most public accountants hold the Certified Public Accountant credential and a large percentage run their own accounting firm or work for a public accounting firm that consults for businesses.
  • Management accountants – This type of accountant records and analyzes financial data for their employer. They are often part of a strategic planning or new product development team to report on financial information that executives will then use to make important business decisions. Other responsibilities typically include cost and asset management, budgeting and financial analysis/reporting.
  • Government accountants and auditors – These professionals work in the public sector and are employed by the government at the state, federal or local level. Accountants maintain and examine financial records for government agencies, and auditors conduct audits on businesses or individuals to make sure they are following regulations and paying taxes properly.
  • Internal auditors – Internal auditors examine an organization’s financial records to check for accuracy, fraud, waste, and proper security/management of assets. Additionally, internal auditors play a large role in evaluating the organization’s compliance with policies (both internal and external) and efficiency in their operations. They may also work closely with technology managers to review and evaluate the information systems.

Do you have the skills necessary to take on a bookkeeping challenge?

Success as a bookkeeper or accountant starts with attention to detail and skill with numbers. Most often this information is processed electronically, so you must be comfortable using computers and accounting software. In addition, you should enjoy paperwork and be able to work with minimal supervision.

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