Accounting majors take an array of courses from all principal areas of accounting: financial, managerial, auditing, tax and business information systems. They complete a blend of accounting, business, economics, law, and information technology courses because accountants have a broad range of managerial responsibilities in today's business world.
Accounting department graduates may pursue exciting careers in the private (freelance, corporate and not-for-profit) or public sector as:
Business and Management Consultants
Business Information Systems Analysts
Chief Financial Officers
Cost and Management Accountants
Financial and Investment Analysts
Inland Revenue Specialists
Graduates may also follow careers in education or the government and join CPA firms.