Mission: To prepare competent and responsible accounting professionals.
Programs: BS (Accounting), MS (Accounting), Accelerated BS/MS (Accounting), and Master of Taxation.
Faculty: Experienced, highly credentialed and dedicated.
Advisory Boards: Dedicated professional leaders who provide input on curriculum decisions, support faculty research and student mentoring, and contribute resources for scholarships and student activities.
Junior Advisory Board: The Board seeks to bridge the gap between the students and professionals. Members work with the university's accounting students to assist in their professional development.
Scholarships: More than $100,000 in total annual scholarships each year, all of which are funded by the professional community, former students and dedicated friends of the School of Accountancy.
Graduate Assistantships: Graduate students work up to 20 hours per week and receive a stipend and tuition benefits.
Student Organizations: Accounting Association, Beta Alpha Psi, National Association of Black Accountants.
Internship Program: Our interns are well compensated and frequently receive offers for full-time employment upon graduation.
Career Paths: All of the Big Four, most regional and local public accounting firms, many Fortune 500 companies, as well as government entities actively recruit our students.
CPA Review: An intensive and innovative Summer CPA Exam Review program.
Awards Banquet: The George W. Daverio School of Accountancy Annual Awards Banquet is held to honor students and alumni.
Conferences: The George W. Daverio School hosts several yearly conferences including the National Tax Conference, the International Tax Conference and the Symposium on Emerging Issues in Financial Reporting, Security and Assurance.