"...neither you nor I will know what the big issues will be when today's students will be at the height of their careers."
John Kemeny, former president of Dartmouth University
The main objective of our accounting programs is consistent with the edict of the Accounting Education Change Commission--"to teach students to learn on their own...[students] must be active participants in the learning process, not passive recipients of information."
In general, students are likely to select the different degree paths for one or more of the following reasons:
desire to enter public or private accounting directly with no plan to sit for the CPA exam
completion of the accounting curriculum provides an excellent business foundation for other business careers such as banking, computer information systems, management
- completion of the accounting curriculum provides an excellent level of knowledge and rigor for graduate degrees such as an MBA or JD
- ultimate desire for graduate accounting degree with the opportunity to save 12 undergraduate hours
- ultimate desire for graduate tax degree with the opportunity to save 12 undergraduate hours