Graduate profile

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:

  • Accountants

  • Auditors

  • Budget Accountants

  • Business and Management Consultants

  • Business Information Systems Analysts

  • Chief Financial Officers

  • Controllers-Treasurers

  • Cost and Management Accountants

  • Financial and Investment Analysts

  • Internal Auditors

  • Inland Revenue Specialists

  • Project Managers

  • Tax Accountants

Graduates may also follow careers in education or the government and join CPA firms.