St. Ambrose offers students the opportunity to study in various areas of accounting, including cost accounting, auditing, budgeting, and taxation. Many students pursue professional careers in public and private accounting, as well as in the nonprofit and governmental accounting arenas.
For those students wanting to take the CPA exam, the Accounting Department provides a 30 credit hour Master of Accounting program as one option for meeting the 150 hour requirement.
With your accounting degree, you can choose a satisfying career right after graduation or continue to graduate school for an advanced degree.
Studying Accounting at St. Ambrose means getting taught by the best; all of our accounting professors have accounting experience in the business world. That gives you an edge on knowing the expectations of your employer.
Choices abound when you decide the career path of an accountant.
Course requirements to complete a major or minor in accounting.