To be successful in the field of accounting, you must not only have a full understanding of accounting principles and the skills to put them into practice but, you also must be an expert in the sub-disciplines within accounting.
That’s why our program is focused on preparing you for a career that requires significant exposure to — and a firm grasp of — these sub-disciplines:
Corporate concentration: Refine your accounting skills for a career in either a publicly held or private company. Learn about financial, managerial, taxation and International accounting and taxation standards and procedures and how to apply them to various entities.
Forensic concentration: Learn about investigative accounting, valuation theory and practice, fraud examination, building the skills you need to work in the growing field of forensic accounting
Taxation concentration: Build the skills you need to advise clients regarding the tax law. This track concentrates on federal income taxation as it relates to corporations, partnerships, and limited liability companies.
Become a Valuable Asset in Decision-Making
- Learn the theory and application of accounting principles
- Examine case studies that enable you to apply the theories and principles you learn to real-world situations
- Develop the analytical and critical thinking skills to excel in the field of accounting
Take Advantage of a Vast and Comprehensive Set of Resources
Our Marvin K. Peterson Library holds more than 300,000 physical volumes
Online services provide a significant extension beyond the physical volumes, giving you access to 40,000 e-journals and 35,000 e-books.
The Library also houses a Bloomberg Laptop terminal, 79 Dell desktop computers, 8 iMacs, 45 Dell laptops and six iPads for your use.
All on-campus locations have wireless access for students’ own devices.
For accounting and non-accounting undergraduates and international students, this program meets the accounting requirements for CPA licensing.