The expert and truthful recording of financial information is at the heart of the science of accounting. At the Busch School of Business and Economics, students in the undergraduate and graduate programs in accounting master skills that are essential to the success of any business and fundamental to the ethical conduct of economic activity in any society.  


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    Accounting (B.S.)

    Designed to prepare students for a career in the public accounting profession, private industry, government, and the nonprofit sector, as well as providing the basis for the CPA.

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    Accounting (M.S.A)

    The M.S.A. program enables students with an undergraduate degree in accounting to complete the 150 credit hours they need to be eligible and well prepared for the CPA examination.

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    Minors and Specializations

    The Busch School offers six minor programs and one specialization for students who are majoring in business and economics. It also offers eight minor programs for students who are not majoring in business and economics.

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Career Development

At the Busch School, career development is a four-year program. We’ll help you obtain the professional or internship experience that is critical to finding employment upon graduation.