For Real-World Careers

  • Recommend solutions to ethical situations in the context of public accounting, informed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Code of Professional Conduct, tax practice, common law liability to clients and third parties.
  • Apply the rules of contract law, the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) and real property issues to business situations and solutions
  • Develop solutions to problems applicable to the federal taxation of individuals, corporations, partnerships, fiduciaries, estates and gifts
  • Apply the techniques of financial statement audits and Electronic Data Processing (EDP) audits to businesses, and prepare various types of audit reports, as well as other types of reports issued by accountants.
  • Analyze the domestic and international micro- and macro-economic principles that affect businesses
  • Apply various advanced financial management tools and planning and measurement methodologies to business situations and solutions
  • Analyze the financial statement transaction methodologies of for-profit companies, not-for-profits and governmental entities, as well as business combinations
  • Demonstrate improved oral and written communication skills in presenting and analyzing financial accounting and reporting information