Cabrini's accounting program prepares students for careers in accounting, professional examinations, and graduate studies.
Its internship program enables Accounting majors to integrate classroom theory with practical experience.
Employment opportunities for accounting majors are available in public accounting, industrial (private) accounting, government, not-for-profit organizations, and education.
Accounting is a rewarding profession that requires an undergraduate degree. Opportunities increase for those individuals with experience (i.e., internships), graduate education (i.e., Master of Accounting), and certification (i.e., CPA, CMA, CIA).
Cabrini’s accounting program offers undergraduate accounting majors the opportunity to complete two graduate Master of Accounting (MAcc) courses during their senior year. Students electing this option will be able to complete their graduate degree with eight additional courses.
All of the business major programs at Cabrini include a common business core which recognizes the 'enterprise' nature of today's business world that integrates the various strategic areas of business.
Minors / ConcentrationsConcentrations and minors in skill areas allow students to further specialize in their field of study. Accounting students can minor in related business fields (Finance, Human Resources Management, Marketing, and International Business) or in the following:
Concentrations are available to students majoring or minoring in accounting. Concentrations in nonprofit management and public administration prepare students who wish to work in those sectors of the economy.
Special RequirementsStudents transferring into the accounting program from another college must complete a minimum of 18 Cabrini College Business Department credits, 15 credits of which must be 300-level or above accounting courses.
Learning OutcomesAccounting majors will: