Our graduates will understand the ethical and regulatory environment for accountants and the role accountants play in society to provide and ensure the integrity of financial, managerial and other information.
Our graduates will be able to apply the critical thinking and analytical skills that support professional skepticism, assessment, and assurance of accounting information.
Our graduates will develop communication skills that will allow them to effectively communicate financial and non-financial results.
Our graduates will be able to record, analyze, and interpret historical and prospective financial and non-financial information.
Our graduates will be able to use technology as appropriate to analyze financial and non-financial information.
Our graduates will demonstrate an understanding of tax policy, strategy and compliance.
Our graduates will understand international accounting issues and practices, including roles and responsibilities played by accountants within a global context.