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Reviews and profiles of the top accounting schools/colleges across the US.

Alabama has over 30 colleges and universities, many with strong accounting schools. The number of accountants in Alabama grew by almost 500 between 2006 and 2009, and the industry overall is expected to grow by 22 percent over the next seven years.  In Alabama, the median annual wage for accountants in 2009 was $58,870.

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Top Accounting Schools in Arkansas

Arkansas has over 20 colleges and universities, many with excellent accounting schools. The number of accountants in Arkansas has declined since 2006, but the industry overall is expected to grow by 22 percent over the next seven years. In 2009, the median annual wage for accountants in Arkansas was $52,490.

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Hawaii has over 7 colleges and universities, many with very good accounting schools. Employment growth for accountants is expected to reach 22 percent over the next seven years, including in the state of Hawaii.  Accountants in Hawaii made a median annual wage of $56,860 in 2009.

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Top Accounting Schools in Iowa

February 24, 2012
Top Accounting Schools in Iowa

Iowa has over 30 colleges and universities, many with strong accounting schools. The number of accountants in Iowa decreased between 2006 and 2009, but the industry overall is expected to grow by 22 percent over the next seven years.  The median annual wage for accountants in Iowa in 2009 was $58,460.

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Central Michigan University

Central Michigan University
Mount Pleasant, Michigan
College of Business Administration
Bachelor of Arts in Accounting
Bachelor of Science in Accounting

The undergraduate accounting program at Central Michigan University provides students with an education to succeed in every aspect of the business world. CMU’s School of Accounting is one of five programs in Michigan that have earned accreditation from the AACSB International.

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Eastern Kentucky University

Eastern Kentucky University
Richmond, Kentucky
College of Business and Technology
Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting

The undergraduate accounting program at Eastern Kentucky University is nationally accredited and provides students with technical accounting knowledge to pass professional examinations. Students also receive a strong general business background to succeed in management positions.

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Eastern Michigan University

Eastern Michigan University
Ypsilanti, Michigan
College of Business
Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting

The undergraduate accounting program at Eastern Michigan University provides students with the knowledge, skills, and professional attitudes needed for success as a managerial accountant.

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Grand Valley State University

Grand Valley State University
Allendale, Michigan
Seidman College of Business
Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting

The undergraduate accounting program at Grand Valley State University prepares students for a variety of accounting careers, including public, industry, management, or governmental accounting. The BBA degree provides students with a solid educational core in business concepts.

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University of Hawaii at Hilo

University of Hawaii at Hilo
Hilo, Hawaii
College of Business and Economics
Bachelor of Business Administration with Major in Accounting

The undergraduate accounting program at University of Hawaii at Hilo prepares students for professional careers in accounting and auditing. Students learn how to communicate effectively, critically analyze information, and work effectively with others.

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University of Hawaii at West Oahu

University of Hawaii at West Oahu
Pearl City, Hawaii
Division of Professional Studies
Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration, Accounting Concentration

The undergraduate accounting program at University of Hawaii at West Oahu provides students with the skills needed to analyze, evaluate and report financial information. Students gain a comprehensive understanding of accounting and the ability to identify local and international issues surrounding business.

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