Accounting is a fast growing field and is critical for ensuring that organizations run efficiently. The program is designed in an interdisciplinary fashion, drawing from business and economics. With course offerings in assurances, international operations, taxation, and management, the program prepares you to become a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). Graduates are qualified for jobs in auditing, finance, taxation, insurance and banking, and management. Students with non-accounting or non-business undergraduate degrees are provided supplemental supports.
he Business Information Systems major goes beyond the usual study of management information systems to emphasize E-business, enterprise resource planning, data analysis and transaction processing, using web technology. It focuses on an understanding of how information systems should be administered and how they can be used to improve the performance of organizations. The BIS program incorporates the fundamentals of organizational management, business concepts, data analysis and of information technologies.
The Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting provides introductory and advanced courses in financial and managerial accounting, auditing, taxation and accounting information technology and business solutions. Successful students are prepared for staff level positions in various types of business organizations and nonprofit entities. Students majoring in accounting will be expected, through proper faculty advisement, to attain a desirable level of proficiency in the English language, mathematics, and computer skills. To develop educational breadth and depth, majors will be required to sample widely from the arts, humanities, natural, and social sciences.