Academic Programs

Accounting and Law

Accounting


Program Information

The Cotsakos College of Business program in accounting (B.S.) features a curriculum that is balanced between general education, accounting, and other related business courses. In preparing students to pursue careers in either public or private accounting, the program:

  • helps students to meet the demands of the accounting profession or continue on to graduate study.
  • familiarizes students with financial, institutional, and governmental issues and regulations.
  • increases skills in problem-solving, analysis, and technological proficiency.
  • encourages and enhances presentation and communication skills.
  • exposes students to technology, software, and information systems specific to both the accounting profession as well as the broader business and financial professions.
  • guides students who may wish to pursue professional certification as a certified public accountant, certified management accountant, or certified internal auditor.

To learn more, visit the Department of Accounting and Law Web page or contact the department chairperson:

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