Most of our accounting graduates are employed by accounting firms or government agencies in the western United States. About half of our students stay an additional year to earn a master’s degree in accounting (MAcc) which qualifies them to take the CPA examination. Accounting students can also opt to earn an MBA degree concurrently with their MAcc degree with five extra MBA courses (one extra semester). Nearly all of the MAcc students are placed in professional accounting careers during their first year of graduate studies.
Public accounting firms (partner, tax researcher, auditor, management consultant,
forensic accountant, etc.), Business/industry (CEO, CFO, Controller, cost analyst,
assistant controller, general accountant, treasurer, loan officer, credit officer, etc.),
Governmental career (agency manager, controller, cost analyst, FBI, IRS, etc.),
Non-profit (CEO, COO, CFO, treasurer, program manager, etc.)
SUU’s Dixie Leavitt Business Building offers computer labs with the latest industry standard software. Beyond the classroom, internships and scholarships are widely available through the professional networks developed under SUU's School of Business.