About the Accounting Department
Accounting is one of the hottest careers in business. All organizations—for-profit, not-for-profit, large, small, private, governmental—require accounting information to operate successfully. Accountants analyze revenues, costs, cash flows, tax strategy, management, planning, investments, and mergers and acquisitions. Financial statements prepared by accountants are used to evaluate the performance of management and to make investing, lending, regulatory and other decisions.
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Tutoring is available free of charge by visiting the Tutoring lab. Please see the tutoring lab schedule HERE. Several Master of Accounting students also serve as Accounting tutors and are available by appointment for 30 minute tutoring sessions. Appointments must be made directly with the MAc tutors at least 48 hours in advance. Please view hours of availability and contact information HERE.
Professional Program in Accounting (PPA)
Many accounting majors continue studying for the Master of Accounting (MAc) degree at Neeley, a one-year degree that is part of the integrated PPA that prepares you for a professional accounting career. The PPA enhances your BBA degree by helping you gain the required knowledge, skills, and personal and professional development needed for a successful financial career. It also helps you meet the educational requirements for eligibility for the Uniform CPA Exam. For more information about the PPA, click here.
Accredited by AACSB
The Neeley School’s Accounting program is one of only 177 in the world accredited by the Association to Advance Colleges and School of Business, the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide.
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