LMU's nationally-ranked Accounting Program is designed to prepare students for a career in public, corporate or governmental accounting. Our accounting alumni hold management positions in corporations, public accounting firms and government agencies, or work as self-employed accountants.
Students majoring in accounting will be able to:
- Use managerial accounting methods and techniques to solve both structured and unstructured, real-world business problems
- Explain, apply and evaluate the key provisions and exceptions in the federal tax code
- Explain and apply an ethical conceptual framework to solve real-world ethical problems
- Begin their graduate studies or careers in accounting at entry-level professional positions
The LMU Department of Accounting houses the Center for Accounting Ethics, Governance, and the Public Interest as well as the Paul A. Grosch Lecture Series, both which bring prominent executives and local business leaders to the LMU campus to recount their experiences and share their knowledge on some of the biggest issues in accounting, ethics and global business today.
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