Accounting is no longer just number-crunching

Accounting

Accountants are more than just number crunchers; they’re influencers. Accounting students learn how to use their inquisitive minds and fluency with figures to help businesses make their most important decisions.

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Accounting is for the detectives, the critical thinkers, and the interpreters. Accountants can read the bottom line, and in between the lines, to understand the nuts and bolts of how a business works. Highly sought-after advisors, accountants paint a picture of the health of a business – guarding it against pitfalls and opening doors to new growth opportunities.

The curriculum prepares students to perform a broad range of accounting, auditing, tax and consulting activities to steer employers and clients in a sound financial direction. Students take courses in financial reporting, managerial accounting, taxation, and information systems. Our nationally accredited program assures students a quality education.

Accounting graduates work for some of the largest global public accounting firms, including PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ernst & Young, Deloitte, KPMG and Grant Thornton, as well as regional and local firms. Other accounting majors begin their careers in the private sector, or with government agencies. Recruiters include: Aetna, General Electric, IBM, Pratt & Whitney, Raytheon, and government agencies, including the FBI, IRS and SEC.