The Bachelor of Science in Accounting is a four-year program that provides an excellent foundation in accounting and business. Its conceptual focus is designed to prepare students for success in a constantly evolving business environment andalso for graduate studies. Whether advising on financial systems and forecasts, interpreting and auditing financial statements, implementing business plans or analyzing overall corporate performance, accountants play a central role in any business. Students who apply can elect to apply to our 5-year BS/MS program
A degree in accounting provides you with a highly valuable, versatile, and in-demand skill set that demonstrates fluency in the language of business. You’ll focus on real-world applications of accounting theories and principles and the tools needed to identify, analyze, interpret and disseminate financial information. Accounting majors pursue careers in public and corporate accounting, tax preparation, corporate finance, and financial planning and consulting.
Accountants develop and review the financial information that is relied upon by investors, lenders, businesses and other organizations throughout the world. Accountants provide expert advice on taxes, investments, financial operations and planning and a wealth of other business functions. The accounting field offers a wide array of career options in public, corporate, not-for-profit, and governmental accounting as well as financial services and management.
“The Accounting program at the Feliciano School of Business prepared me for the business world. It is more than just an accounting degree, it provided me with a better understanding of how to leverage my strengths, implement best practices and apply my critical-thinking skills to workplace challenges.”
Keisha Hutchinson,‘02 Chief Risk Officer-Signature Bank, (KPMG – Former Partner)
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5 Year BS/MS in Accounting: By focusing on real-world applications of accounting theories and principles, you’ll gain the skills you need to identify, analyze, interpret and disseminate financial information.