Accounting and Information Management

Prepare for a career in managerial accounting and meet the requirements for the certified Management Accounting (CMA) designation.

Program Highlights

PREPARE FOR YOUR CAREER

Participate in field work/internships locally or nationally. 

SIMON GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Students receive priority in admittance and scholarship allocation for the M.S. Accountancy Program at Simon School

ENACTUS

Be a part of an organization that is challenging the status quo in Rochester and beyond  

B.S. Program Credits: 132

Liberal Arts Credits: 60

Major/Concentration Credits:  72

Standard Completion Time
Four Year Program


Accreditation
IACBE

What Will I Learn?

You will take courses that build the foundation for the certified public accountant designation and the certified management accounting designation. Coursework includes core business disciplines such as accounting, marketing, finances, economics, and information systems.

Where Can It Take Me?

Internships

  • Caritas Consulting
  • LL Century Mold
  • The Cabot Group
  • Ingram Micro Inc.
  • Rochester Red Wings
  • Paychex, Inc.

Careers

  • Financial Aid Specialist
  • Accounting Associate
  • Cost Accountant
  • Agency Enrollment Specialist 

Grad Schools

  • Simon School Of Business 
  • Roberts Wesleyan College

Alumni Success

Kaitlynn Zaffuto '14

Special Auditor
NYS Office of Attorney General

Kenya Matsushita '16

Staff Accountant
Shimomura & Co. CPAs - NYC office

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Bobbi Paternico '15

Field Auditor
City of Rochester

Jon Cleek '09

Manager, CPA
Paul V Stearns CPA

Who Will I Meet?

faculty

Daniel Barlow, Professor of Accounting

Dr. Barlow teaches Accounting and Business Law in RWC's Undergraduate Business Program.  A faculty member since 1989, Dr. Barlow has a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting from Oral Roberts University (1982) and a Law degree (J.D.) from the University of Colorado School of Law (1987).  Dr. Barlow is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and a Certified Management Accountant (CMA).  In addition, Dr. Barlow has been admitted to the Colorado Bar (1988). Before his teaching career, Dr. Barlow worked as a staff accountant with Main Hurdman (now KPMG) in Tulsa, Oklahoma.   This work involved auditing for-profit and not-for-profit organizations and preparation of income tax returns.  Dr. Barlow enjoys travel;  he has been to Europe eight times, including opportunities to work as an accountant for a missions organization in Brussels, Belgium (1987) and teach at LCC University in Klaipeda, Lithuania (2003).  A former runner, Dr. Barlow has completed two marathons.  Now he enjoys swimming. Dr. Barlow is married;  he and his wife have an eleven-year-old daughter.

 

Michael Proulx, Accounting

My experience in the Undergraduate Business program at Roberts has been wonderful. This program has allowed me to meet many great professors, as well as students, who truly care about my education and future. They are engaged in helping me figure out many decisions that come with choosing a career path. The advisors and professors have met with me one on one to really get to know me, and I think that is something unique to the school and business program.

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