Department of Accountancy
New merit scholarship programs are available to recognize the academic achievement of high school seniors entering
The following programs of study are available:
- M.S. in Accounting (online)
- B.S.B.A. in Accounting
- B.S.B.A. in Accounting (online)
- CPA Exam Eligibility Program (part-time, online) - Application Form
- Minor in Accounting
New! - M.S. in Accounting (macc)
The M.S. in Accounting (MAcc) degree prepares students for careers in corporate and public accounting as well as satisfying the education requirement to sit for the CPA exam in almost any state.
Employment opportunities include the "big four" and other CPA firms and industry, government, and not-for-profit organization.
Accounting is an exciting and challenging profession that continues to be transformed by current events, globalization, and information technology. Such forces are changing the nature of accounting work and adding to the already large number of job opportunities. Ongoing changes to the regulatory environment, including tax laws, also create wide-ranging opportunities for accountants in a variety of locations across the world.
There are many different types of accountants including:
A successful internship program provides a variety of internship positions. The department continuously achieves a high professional placement rate for graduates as well. Recent accounting graduates have gone to work for a range of organizations.
Dr. Anthony Grenci, Chair
334 Still Hall
+1 814 393 2628
Ms. Lori Klepfer, Secretary
339 Still Hall
+1 814 393 2628