The Accounting curriculum equips the prospective business executive with tools for analysis, prediction, decision making, and control. It also provides an excellent background for students considering graduate work in business administration or law.
The Accounting concentration prepares students for careers in auditing, corporate accounting and management services, governmental and nonprofit organizations, and taxation.
See the Accounting concentration planning sheet for course requirements.
Accounting graduates who meet requirements of the State Board of Public Accountancy of Indiana are eligible to sit for the Uniform CPA Examination in Indiana. The school has a program to allow students to meet the 150 credit hour CPA requirement. One avenue is the Postbaccalaureate Certificate; the other, for those who hold an accounting bachelor's degree, is the M.B.A. program.