Accounting majors learn the importance of accurate, relevant, and timely information. As students, accounting majors develop, interpret and evaluate data capturing the financial activities of a business. Assessing business activities and their financial consequences make accountants more than capable of developing business solutions.
Westminster accounting majors planning to become licensed CPAs can achieve 150 credit hours in four years by working closely with their accounting advisor beginning their first year.
“The practical accounting knowledge students obtain through the program at Westminster is extremely valuable, but the reason firms are more attracted to Westminster students is due to the students’ ability to interact with others on a professional level. I firmly believe this ability to professionally interact is directly correlated with the small class sizes offered by the College and the engagement of professors with each and every student in the class.”
Imagine yourself a CPA, a partner at an accounting firm, working for a corporation, the government, or a nonprofit, or as an entrepreneur.
Bachelor of Science