Program Overview

Accounting is the language of business. This degree program prepares you for the workplace with a multifaceted understanding of financial information and use of resources in reaching an organization’s goals. Coupled with the requisite business-related courses, an accounting major opens avenues to established businesses, entrepreneurial possibilities and nonprofit pathways. With a wide array of both business and liberal arts courses, C-N graduates are prepared to be critical thinkers and problem solvers.

While the accounting major may be completed in 128 credit hours, students have the option to extend coursework through May term and summer classes. By accumulating 150 credit hours, graduates are eligible to sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam. In addition, if certain academic achievements are met, a senior undergraduate student may take a master’s level course in C-N’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) program.

 

  • The accounting program and its incredible faculty provided me with the tools and support I needed to be highly effective in a competitive job market.
    Anna Davenport, 2019 / Business Analyst / Deloitte Consulting
Accounting Careers

• Auditor
• Tax accountant
• Entertainment production accountant
• Cost accountant
• Budget analyst or tax analyst
• Cost estimator
• Government accountant
• Financial analyst
• Vice president of finance, CEO, CFO, CIO or finance director

Accounting Internships

• Auditor
• Tennessee Valley Authority
• Tennessee Department of Revenue
• Coulter & Justus PC
• Northwestern Mutual
• Mahle Brown
• Jake and McDaniel, PC
• Merrill Lynch
• H&R Block
• Stewart & Wheeler PC
• Marble Slab Creamery
• Pugh CPAs

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