Our accounting program equips students with a strong foundation in accounting and business, plus technical skills that enable them to be competitive in the modern job market.
We offer small classes and a unique curriculum with a focus on practical field experience. Students can select from a number of tracks that provide backgrounds in accounting, business or fraud examination.
Our students also have opportunities to gain practical experience in public or private sectors (including at CPA firms) through internships. That real-world experience is one of the reasons our grads are so attractive to employers.
Students who enjoy working with numbers, have good analytical skills and like working with people tend to excel in the accounting profession.
Our graduates are prepared to pursue graduate work or professional certifications like the Certified Management Accountant (CMA), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) and Enrolled Agent (EA).
Graduates are also qualified to sit for the Certified Public Accountants (CPA) Exam. However, to get the CPA certification, they need additional 30 undergraduate/graduate credit hours.
Learn about data processing fundamentals and information systems analysis, design and implementation. It's all about how accounting data is stored and analyzed, plus a look at the computer hardware and software that makes it all work.
You'll study advanced cost management concepts and techniques with an emphasis on cost measurement systems and the evaluation and management of performance.
A survey of the commercial and regulatory laws accountants should know in order to exercise good judgment, practice their profession skillfully and understand their professional responsibility.