Accounting

Studying Accounting

Accounting is the job of keeping the financial records of a business—its earnings and expenses—and using this information to help business leaders understand the company’s financial health and make informed decisions.

Learning Outcomes

Students who complete the program will be able to:
- Show a firm grasp of financial reporting, taxation, auditing, and managerial accounting.
- Master the art of preparing financial statements and analyzing data.

Career Opportunities

Graduates work as accountants, auditors, and financial analysts. They are employed by businesses or by the government. Some may choose to establish their own accounting firms, providing services to businesses or individuals.

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Credits

To Graduate

Major Core Requirements: 37 Credits
Specialization Course Requirements: 27 Credits
General Education Requirements (GER): 26 Credits
Free Electives: 6 Credits
Foreign Language Course: 3 Credits
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