Accounting at Millersville University prepares students for for a challenging career focused on numbers, measurement, processing and communication of financial information.
Why Study This Program?
A degree in Accounting will prepare you for a challenging and rewarding career focused on numbers, measurement, processing and communication of financial information. Accounting degrees are valuable in a wide range of workplaces including for-profit, nonprofit and public-sector organizations.
This concentration, which is housed within the Business Administration major, gives students a depth of knowledge in the Accounting field. Graduates will be prepared to step into any business setting armed with the tools to be a team asset.
Millersville University’s Business Administration program is internationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). You’ll graduate with a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Business Administration.
What Will You Learn?
Core curriculum courses cover a wide range of Business Administration topics including financial and managerial accounting, principles of management and marketing, informational systems, legal repercussions and more. The Accounting concentration dives deeper into the field to focus on intermediate accounting skills, federal taxes, auditing and more.
- Credit Analysts
- Tax Preparers
- Tax Examiners and Collectors
- Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks
- Budget Analysts
- Financial Analysts
Clubs and Organizations
- CEO (Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization)
- Delta Mu Delta (International Honor Society in Business)
- ENACTUS (Formerly known as SIFE)
- SAM (Society for Advancement of Management)
- SBA (Student Business Organization)
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