The department offers courses in accounting, information systems, business law, and taxation for accounting majors and other students. Students who graduate with an accounting major have many possible career paths. If you are interested in public accounting you will need to fulfill the requirements to become a licensed CPA. Positions within a public, private, or not-for-profit entity as, for example, an internal auditor, comptroller, or accountant may or may not require a CPA. Related positions include working in compliance, as a financial analyst, or credit analyst. You can learn more about a career in accounting by checking out our Careers page or meeting with one of our faculty advisors.
The undergraduate accounting major requires completion of 63 course credits in accounting and related business disciplines:
|Accounting & Information Systems
||39 credits including 10 credits related to Law and Taxation|
||15 credits including Business courses|
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