Accounting

Course Overview

As an accounting student, you’ll learn about the activities of business, how to record and account for complex business transactions, and how to evaluate the financial outcomes of business decisions.

  • Learn the language of business through comprehensive accounting coursework combined with an emphasis on critical thinking and professional development.
  • Network with alumni and business leaders to connect to real-world accounting and business activities.
  • Jump into the business world and earn academic credit with an internship in audit and assurance, taxation, advisory and other accounting-related areas.

Course Examples by Year

Fr

Introductory Microeconomics
Introductory Macroeconomics
Introductory Applied Calculus
Statistical Analysis

So

Fundamentals of Accounting
Legal Environment of Business
Foundations in Business
Business Information Systems
Ethical Decision Making
Supply Chain Management

Jr

Financial Reporting I and II
Principles of Taxation
Audit and Assurance
Accounting Elective

Sr

Financial Reporting III
Risks and Controls
Cost Analysis and Control
Professional Accounting Internship
Strategic Management

Where Graduates Go

Recent Accounting graduates begin their career working as auditors, tax professionals, and business analysts in public accounting firms. Ultimately a degree in accounting can lead to careers in financial management, operational management, or general
management.