The Department of Accounting provides students with a high-quality graduate and undergraduate accounting education, built on a comprehensive foundation in the liberal arts and sciences. Students gain the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to assume positions of responsibility and leadership in business and society.
2016 Accounting Open House
Get your foot in the door for internships and jobs Friday, Sept. 23 from 12 to 3 p.m. in the West Village Commons ballrooms.
The Department of Accounting offers one of the only three accounting programs among Maryland's public universities accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International). Dual accreditation in both business and accounting is held by only one in every four universities with AACSB accreditation.
We provide students with learning experiences through a combination of scholarly activities and partnerships with the accounting profession and business community. Undergraduates in our department are prepared for entry-level jobs and graduate programs in accounting. The program also prepares them for the CPA exam. Students meet with their adviser each term to discuss their progress and to get assistance in making any necessary changes to their course of study.
Our department rewards excellence in teaching and scholarship, promotes and fosters professionalism and ethical behavior among faculty and students and encourages a climate that is conducive to collegiality, civility and openness to diverse ideas and views.
Areas of Study
Beta Alpha Psi chapter earns international recognition
TU's Beta Alpha Psi-Iota Zeta chapter was recognized internationally by the organization as a Superior Chapter for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Accounting alum named a "Leading Women" in Baltimore
Avonette Blanding ‘96 was named one of The Daily Record’s 2014 Leading Women, honoring Maryland’s female leaders.
Accounting alum wins prestigious award for CPA exam performance
Kristen Fleet ‘13 was among the 0.006 percent who scored at least 95.50 across all four sections of the the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) exam.