Accountants are generally responsible for creating, analyzing and communicating financial information for companies, organizations, individual clients and government agencies. Accurate recording and reporting of financial data and business transactions comprise a major portion of an accountant’s workday. Student in the accounting graduate programs
The accounting graduate program prepares students to apply discipline-specific knowledge and skills as leaders in the field of accounting. Students will develop critical thinking skills, as well as an understanding of the strategic role of accounting in business organizations and society. This 30-hour degree program can be completed in 12 months and provides an excellent avenue to attain CPA compliance for those seeking professional certification.
The Collins College of Business offers a Master of Accountancy (MAcc) degree. Exceptional undergraduate accounting students can apply for the 4+1 MAcc program to begin graduate coursework while completing their bachelor’s degree.
Develops critical thinking skills, as well as an understanding of the strategic role of accounting in business organizations and society.
Exceptional undergraduates in the accounting program may apply for the 4+1 MAcc program, and begin coursework in the MAcc before they complete their bachelor’s degree.
- Commercial Banker
- Financial Analyst
- IRS Agent
- Tax Accountant