Offered as: Bachelor
- Forensic Accounting in Criminal Investigations Concentration
The Mount Aloysius College’s Accounting program provides students with a dynamic, hands-on experience while building on skills needed for success in the field. Also, getting the opportunity to work with Professors that bring their real world experience and expertise into the classroom. Accounting students will gain the following skills and become academically prepared for the Professional Accounting field:
- Emphasize decision-making from an organizational perspective
- Integrate business theory with business practice
- Learn how to manage business information
- Develop Analytical, Interpersonal, and Technical skills
Many undergraduate Accounting students continue their studies and achieve their MBA Degree in as little as 5 years. According to the Occupational Employment Outlook, financial occupations have increased 13% in the last ten years. In 2013, According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), the average starting salary for New Accounting graduates was $53,500.
Accounting students are also able to receive a general Accounting degree as well as picking a Concentration in Forensic Accounting if they choose.
- Public Accountant
- Provides auditing, tax, and consulting services to businesses and individuals.
- Private Accountant
- Working for one company and gaining in depth knowledge and experience in accounting within a specific practice.
- Government and Not-For-Profit Accountant
- This exists to provide goods or services considered socially desirable by and for the general public, a community, or it’s members
Adjunct Professors – Accounting,
Sean Albright – Intermediate Accounting II
Charles Hamonko – Intro to National Income Theory, Macroeconomics (FALL), Intro to Price Theory (SPRING)
Clark Hostetter – Accounting Principles, Federal Income Taxation (FALL)
Christopher Reighard – Financial Management of Health (SPRING)
Brian Riffle – Advanced Financial Accounting (FALL)