What classes will you take?
- A diverse set of classes in the liberal arts core
- A large business core of accounting, economics, finance, management, marketing and public policy
Major classes in accounting, including:
- Intermediate accounting: Gain a comprehensive knowledge of financial accounting theory and principles, including current financial statement measurement and disclosure concepts/standards
- Federal taxes: Learn basic federal income tax information, including concepts of taxation applicable to all taxable entities, but primarily relating to individuals
- Auditing: Learn assurance services with a focus on the audit of financial statements, including the concepts of evidence, materiality and risk
What can you do with a degree in accounting?
Accounting prepares you for a range of graduate school and career options, including entry-level jobs in accounting and/or other financial-related positions in a variety of industries. Twenty credits of higher-level accounting courses satisfies the state requirement to sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam. Further pursuit of graduate school and a Master of Accountancy may satisfy the educational requirements to become a licensed CPA.