Accountants prepare and analyze financial information essential to the management, control and evaluation of business enterprises, government agencies and not-for-profit entities. Accounting is the language of business. Accountants interact on a constant basis with chief executive officers, financial executives, lawyers, bankers and government agencies. Study accounting for countless career opportunities in the financial world.
The accounting program is part of the Richard J. Wehle School of Business and is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). In addition to accounting, you will also take a strong core of courses that emphasizes writing skills, logic and a breadth of knowledge about the human experience.
There are four tracks you can choose to pursue including a BS in Accounting or Professional Accounting; a BS/MBA in Accounting; or a BA/MBA in Professional Accounting. Courses are taught by full-time faculty members who bring real-world knowledge to the classroom through their experiences as accounting or tax professionals.
Enjoy the support of a dedicated team of faculty and a large group of accounting and financial professionals (The Accountancy Council) that provide scholarships, mentoring and career placement assistance.
ranking for large-sized accounting programs in New York State, based on Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam results.
Extended Learning Opportunities
No one ever said preparing for a career in the Accounting profession was easy. But for those willing to devote the energy and attention necessary to succeed, an abundance of career opportunities await following graduation. In addition to performing well in their classes, most successful accounting students take advantage of several additional learning opportunities offered by the program to develop their professional skills and expand their connections in the business community.