Accounting is the language of business, and the Campbell University accounting program prepares students with the practical tools and foundational concepts to become accounting professionals in areas such as public accounting, corporate accounting, governmental accounting, and the non-profit sector.
How Campbell Leads
- Campbell graduates are encouraged to apply to our Master of Accountancy program with a Concentration in Financial Planning and Taxation. This one-year graduate program fulfills the educational requirements for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam and the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) exam. It is the only program in the nation that can make that claim.”
- Campbell offers interactive, personal instruction from professors who bring real-world experience to the classroom.
- Accounting professors provide advice on students’ educational and professional paths from enrollment through post-graduation.
- Students can participate in internships to earn academic credit throughout the year, particularly during the tax season. Many students participate in the IRS’s VITA program during tax season.
- An active Accounting Club regularly hosts visits from accounting firms and volunteers in the community, and also holds social events.
- In-house Career Center connects students with tools and resources to help them land valuable internships and full-time employment after graduation.
- Students can earn an MBA alongside their bachelor’s degree through the 4+1 program.
- Budget Analyst
- Internal Auditor
- IRS Revenue Agent
- Forensic Accountant
- FBI Agent specializing in accounting
- Anti-money laundering officer
- Treasury Analyst
- International accounting specialist
- Tax Accountant
- Cost Accountant
- Certified Public Accountant
- Trust & Wealth Management
- Social Entrepreneurship
The Accounting Minor includes the following courses:
- ACCT 215: Financial Accounting
- ACCT 216: Managerial Accounting
- ACCT 410: Intermediate Accounting I
- ACCT 411: Intermediate Accounting II
- ACCT 420: Taxation I
- ACCT 430: Cost Accounting