The Department of Accounting and Finance at UNC Greensboro’s Bryan School of Business and Economics encompasses two closely related disciplines by offering courses of study in Accounting, through our BS and MS in Accounting programs, and in our undergraduate degree program in Finance. Through the combination of both programs within one department, the curriculum has been designed to provide an efficient means for obtaining a dual major in both disciplines. Our minor in Accounting serves as a great complement to students of any major with career aspirations in the business world. The Master of Science program in Accounting is available to those with a variety of academic backgrounds and also serves as an excellent course of study for those interested in obtaining their CPA license. An accelerated MSA degree option is offered for qualified applicants.
Accounting is the only business discipline for which supplemental accreditation is given and the Bryan School is among the top 1% of programs worldwide with accounting and business accreditation from the AACSB. Our department strives for continuous improvement expected from programs which have achieved both business and accounting AACSB accreditation.
In the Department of Accounting and Finance, we create and disseminate impactful research and scholarship and provide high-quality education for students. Our programs develop ethical leaders and exceptional problem solvers with analytical skills, an innovative mindset, a global perspective, and a broad understanding of sustainability. Our faculty interact with the accounting and finance profession, alumni, and the community in ways which improve society.
Our programs help to develop ethical leaders and exceptional problem solvers with analytical skills, an innovative mindset, a global perspective, and a broad understanding of sustainability.
Student organizations are a great way to get involved with the campus and local communities, add to your resume, and build a stronger network. They allow you to network with students and community leaders, pursue new interests, and build leadership and career skills.