The College of Management offers a full range of accounting courses, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, covering topics in introductory, intermediate and advanced financial accounting, financial statement analysis, international accounting standards, governmental and non-profit accounting, introductory and advanced management accounting, cost accounting, planning and managerial control, accounting information systems, tax accounting, auditing, and fraud examination. The curriculum has been designed to provide the essential knowledge and skills required for successful professional careers in accounting. The curriculum has also been designed to provide sufficient coursework for students preparing to pass the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Certified Management Accounting (CMA) examinations.
Students can prepare for a wide variety of careers such as financial, cost and management accountants, fund accountants, budget analysts, tax analysts, and auditors. Our graduates work in large and small public accounting firms as well as the accounting and finance departments of corporations, small businesses, governmental agencies, and non-profit organizations.