Accounting graduates are well prepared for an accounting career, or to pursue a graduate degree.
An accounting major at the College of Mount St. Joseph gains the necessary technical skills to qualify for the Certified Public Accountant (C.P.A.) or the Certificate in Management Accounting (C.M.A.) examination. These important job skills are enhanced with a solid liberal arts background. You'll need a total of 150 hours to sit for the C.P.A. exam.
Accounting grads are well prepared for an accounting career, or to pursue a graduate degree. You'll also develop interpersonal skills, fine tune analytical abilities and increase your understanding of business ethics.
Cooperative Education plays an important role in preparing Mount students for a successful business career.
Mark Bell, MBA, is the Chair of the Department of Accounting. For more information about the accounting program, contact the Division of Business, (513) 244-4918.
News and Updates
Stay up to date with the most recent accounting program news and events; visit the department of accounting page.