The Accounting & Information Management program provides an understanding of accounting principles coupled with knowledge of computer systems and applications, creating a powerful combination.
With this combination, students are prepared for the technologically focused environment where financial professionals are leaders in the decision-making process.
Why study Accounting & Information Management at Roberts?
A variety of instruction establishes a strong liberal arts and business core through study of management, marketing, economics, finance, and information systems.
Coursework prepares students for a career in managerial accounting through curriculum designed to meet the requirements for the Certified Management Accounting (CMA) designation.
- A course designed specifically for test preparation has led to a 100% pass rate for our students on the CMA exam.
- The CMA designation allows students to work internationally, providing a wide-variety of career opportunities.
The additional knowledge of information technology provides a competitive advantage when applying for jobs.
Program requirements build the foundation for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) designation.
- Completion of this extensive program requires only 26 hours to reach the 150 hour requirement to be certified as a public accountant in NYS.
- Partnership with the Simon Graduate School of Business allows students to immediately go on and complete their CPA designation.
- For the M.S. Accountancy program at Simon Business School, our students receive priority in admittance and scholarship allocation.
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Accounting and Information Management Courses (28 credits)
ACC 301-Intermediate Accounting I (3)
ACC 302-Intermediate Accounting II (3)
ACC 311-Managerial Accounting (3)
ACC 312-Tax Accounting (3)
ACC 325-Internship Preparation (1)
ACC 411-Audit and Control (3)
ACC 450-Internship Experience (2)
BUA 211-Business Law II (3)
CSC 103-Spreadsheets (1)
CSC 104-Databases (1)
CSC 108-Accounting Software (1)
CSC 140-Computer Science I (4)
Accounting Minors - 18 Credits
ACC 201 - Principles of Accounting I (3 credits)
ACC 202 - Principles of Accounting II (3 credits)
ACC 301 - Intermediate Accounting (3 credits)
ACC 311 - Managerial Accounting (3 credits)
BUA 101 - Introduction to Business (3 credits)
+1 accounting elective (3 credits)