The accounting profession affords individuals a large variety of opportunities in business. Graduates are found in numerous managerial positions since their accounting background offers them upward mobility in any business environment. Accounting also continues to be a field with one of the highest demands for graduates. To meet this demand, the curriculum provides a thorough education in the accounting discipline, together with a broad liberal arts and business background.
The School of Accountancy (SOA) is dedicated to the intellectual growth of its students and to their preparation for successful careers and productive lives. To this end, the School offers academic degrees in accounting at the undergraduate, master's, and doctoral levels characterized by extensive, personal faculty-student interaction. The curricula are designed to provide students an understanding of business administration with a focus on accounting.
Our undergraduate program equips students with the knowledge and technological skills for positions in public accounting, industry, and government, and prepares students for graduate programs. The masters' programs provide continuing professional development for students who desire careers where stronger skills are essential. The doctoral program in accounting prepares students for academic careers primarily in universities that value a balanced emphasis among instruction, research, and service.
The School of Accountancy undergraduate and graduate degree programs are separately accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The School is a charter member of the Federation of Schools of Accountancy and currently holds full membership in this organization.
The School of Accountancy offers a four year accounting program leading to the Bachelor of Science (BS) degree and a fully integrated five year accounting program leading to the Master of Accountancy (MACC) degree.
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