PROGRAMSBS (Accounting), MS (Accounting), Accelerated BS/MS (Accounting), and Master of Taxation.
ADVISORY BOARDDedicated 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.
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 students work up to 20 hours per week and receive a stipend and tuition benefits.
Our interns are well compensated and frequently receive offers for full-time employment upon graduation.
Active associations and fraternities that provide opportunities to interact with students from diverse backgrounds, network with business professionals, participate in competitions and organize community service projects.
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.
An intensive and innovative Summer CPA Exam Review program.
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.