Accounting is a dynamic field, offering you diverse opportunities in the private sector and in government agencies worldwide. The W. P. Carey business degree in accountancy delivers the critical thinking, team-building, communication, and information technology skills you need to thrive in your career. All of that, plus close ties with major local, national, and international accounting firms that give you a competitive edge in the job market.
Accounting Degree Courses
The W. P. Carey School of Accountancy works closely with its Professional Advisory Board to create a learning environment that emulates the real world — so you graduate with the best possible preparation for your accounting career. Explore real-world business processes and strategies, including the latest software and technologies, through courses like:
- Business Database Concepts
- Business Law and Ethics for Managers
- Business Project Management
- Business Statistics
- Enterprise Process Analysis and Design
- Ethics for Professional Accountants
- External Reporting
- Financial Accounting
- Fundamentals of Finance
- Global Supply Chain Management
- Global Supply Operations
- Internal Reporting
- Managerial Accounting
- Organization and Management Leadership
- Principles of Auditing
- Taxes and Business Decisions
You’ll have plenty of opportunities to apply and diversify your skills through undergraduate research, internships, targeted career programs, and 45+ business clubs and organizations — including Beta Alpha Psi, an honorary and professional organization for outstanding students of accountancy, finance, and information systems.
Applied learning experiences help you add context to classroom concepts, uncover new strengths and interests, and challenge yourself to reach new heights. And there are plenty more ways to customize your experience at W. P. Carey
Careers in Accounting
With an accounting degree, your career choices are limitless. The W. P. Carey business degree in accountancy prepares you for opportunities in assurance, consulting, corporate finance, financial analysis and planning, public and private accounting, tax strategy, benefits management, venture capital, and so much more — in addition to any of the following careers.
*Data obtained from the Occupational Information network (O*NET) under sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA).
|Business Intelligence Analysts||$81,140|
|Business Teachers, Postsecondary||15.12%||$73,660|
|Financial Managers, Branch, or Department||7.65%||$109,740|
|Tax Examiners and Collectors, and Revenue Agents||13.03%||$50,440|
|Treasurers and Controllers||7.65%||$109,740|
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