The School of Accountancy curriculum provides you with the combination of a broad
business background and technical accounting knowledge necessary for success in
this dynamic profession. The program develops your conceptual and technical accounting
skills as well as your written and oral communication skills. The curriculum allows
you to explore a wide range of subject areas. Specialized topics such as auditing,
computer information systems, taxation and international accounting are introduced
and explored. As a graduate of the School of Accountancy, you will be well prepared
for professional careers in public accounting, as well as for managerial accounting
positions in government or industry.
Accounting is a technical field, requiring students to understand a wide range of
accounting concepts and relationships. Yet, as leaders, accountants must be able
to communicate to others how these concepts and relationships apply to management
issues and create accounting systems that provide solutions.
Challenging and rewarding professional opportunities are open to students majoring
in accounting. Accounting graduates may find positions in public accounting, industry,
government and consulting. Today's business environment, with increasing responsibilities
for analysts and advisers, requires extensive knowledge of individuals entering
the accounting profession. The School of Accountancy seeks to attract high-performance,
high-potential students who will be the business world's creative problem-solvers
of the future.
For more information on majors in the College of Business Administration at the
University of Nebraska, visit our programs.
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