The School of Accounting offers two bachelor's degrees, a minor, and an MBA concentration for graduate students. The Accounting Information Systems major is an interdepartmental program combing accounting and business information systems. Accounting provides you with the education needed to succeed in every aspect of the business world. Accounting is the international language of business and offers a wide range of career opportunities upon graduation.
Many accountants become Chief Executive Officers (CEO's), Chief Financial Officers (CFO's), Managing Partners, and Controllers. The School of Accounting also prepares students to obtain certification in public accounting (CPA), management accounting (CMA), and internal auditing (CIA) upon graduating.
The School of Accounting at CMU is one of only five programs in the state of Michigan that have earned the prestigious accounting accreditation granted by the AACSB International.
Course Descriptors and Degree Requirements
To view the most accurate requirements of the degree you wish to pursue, please go to https://bulletins.cmich.edu/ and select the year of the bulletin that applies to you, and "on campus" (unless you are taking distance learning classes, in which case you would select "off campus"). Then simply select the department and specific major and minor you are pursuing.
For additional information, please contact Philip Kintzele, Chairperson, at 774-3796, 312 Grawn Hall.