Capitalization of career fields


In this sentence, should "finance" be capitalized?:  I am earning a degree in finance from Jones International University.  


Should "finance" and/or "accounting" be capitalized in this pharase?  I am earning a degree in finance with a specialty in accounting.


And here?:  I would like to be an accountant.


For future reference, what is the grammar rule in place here?


Thank you

grammar asked May 25 '13 at 18:44 Karen Walters New member

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Two years ago I enrolled in a tax preparation course at H&R Block and received a certification. I really enjoyed the course because I learned so much about tax laws. It motivated me to pursue a Master’s degree in Accounting. 

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