Accounting requires conceptualization. You’ll decipher and absorb the information in your courses, then exercise what you learn in hands-on applications that allow you to put the numbers to work. Learn cost and managerial accounting. Study auditing. Explore taxation. Our curriculum gives students a multi-dimensional perspective of accounting to introduce them to the many critical ways it influences and impacts business. You will:
- Identify key issues, then research and evaluate credible data sources to help solve them.
- Use quantitative and qualitative skills to gather and analyze information.
- Apply accounting standards that are applicable in US and in the global economy.
- Review, analyze and write financial and business reports.
- Understand how cultural and legal practices affect accounting in global business environments.
In addition, accounting students learn how to prepare individual and corporate tax returns from highly-credentialed professors who have decades of experience. Many are also entrepreneurs who own and operate successful practices and share not only theoretical knowledge, but practical experience with their students.