AccountingAccounting is sometimes referred to as the language of business. Accounting information is useful in such diverse areas as financial planning, health care, communications, law, engineering, forensics, actuarial science, and the fine arts.

A business approach to accounting emphasizes the way businesses operate. Students are better prepared to enter not only accounting but also related fields. This makes the Bachelor of Accountancy a practical choice for anyone interested in entering the business world.


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Julie A. Bennett, MBA
Associate Professor of Business
Enactus, Sam Walton Fellow

John A. Flanders, MA
Professor of Business and Economics, Co-Director of First Year Program

Pamela Shackelford, MBA
Associate Professor