Accounting Programs of Study
Accounting Undergraduate Programs
The Accounting Major prepares students for the role of business information professionals with expertise in analysis, reporting, and translating complex information into critical knowledge. In addition to this requisite technical knowledge, graduates acquire a broad liberal education, an understanding of how information technology applies to business and accounting, effective personal skills, life-long learning skills, and a global perspective that will enable them to contribute to the profession and to succeed at increasing levels of responsibility in business and society.
The Accounting Minor is an ideal complement to the other business administration majors. Other business fields depend heavily on collecting, maintaining, analyzing, and reporting business information.
A Certificate in Accounting prepares individuals for entry-level accounting positions and professional certification examinations such as the Certified Management Accountant and Certified Internal Auditor examinations, and enhances accounting knowledge necessary for advancement in existing positions.
Accounting Graduate Programs
At the graduate level, the School offers a Master of Accountancy (MAcc) degree.