Accounting and Financial Management Major
Hiram's Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and Financial Management develops the student's ability to evaluate, analyze, and critique business strategies and transactions based on a complex body to accounting, tax, auditing and cost management principles. The Accounting and financial management major further enables students to recognize the financial and economic impact of such business strategies, use and develop financial models to assist in the analysis of business strategies, and effectively communicate the results of such analysis.
For students who are not planning on careers in public accounting, the Hiram College bachelor's degree in Accounting and Financial Management prepares them for a variety of careers in business, industry, finance, non-profit organizations or government.
Students who wish to pursue a career in public accounting have two options:
- Option 1- Additional undergraduate hours: Students may take extra courses at the undergraduate level to obtain the required 150 semester hours of college credit to sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) examination.
- Option 2- Graduate School: Pending the approval of the Higher Learning Commission, Hiram College will be offering a Masters of Accountancy program. Students in a senior standing may be eligible to begin the graduate program. Students may complete the program on a full or part-time basis.
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