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

Kean University
Union, New Jersey
College of Business and Public Management, School of Accounting & Finance
Bachelor of Science in Accounting

The undergraduate accounting program at Kean University prepares students for entry-level positions in both the private and public sectors of accounting.

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Montclair State University

Montclair State University
Montclair, New Jersey
School of Business
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Accounting Concentration

The undergraduate accounting program at Montclair State University works to prepare students for successful careers in accounting. In this time of increased government regulation and business expansion, knowledge and expertise in accounting is more valuable than ever.

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Northern Illinois University

Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, Illinois
College of Business
Bachelor of Science in Accountancy

The undergraduate accounting program at Northern Illinois University focuses on developing students into successful professionals in the accounting field. Students learn to solve real-world business problems through coursework and a strong internship program.

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Rowan University

Rowan University
Glassboro, New Jersey
Rohrer College of Business
Bachelor of Science in Accounting

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Southern Illinois University - Carbondale

Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
Carbondale, Illinois
College of Business, Department of Accountancy
Bachelor of Science in Accounting

The undergraduate accounting program at Southern Illinois University – Carbondale provides students with a basic understanding of all accounting concepts, including taxation, auditing, and accounting information systems. Graduates of the program have the skills to handle unstructured problems or work in a team or computer based environment.

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University of Illinois at Chicago

University of Illinois at Chicago
Chicago, Illinois
College of Business Administration, School of Accounting
Bachelor of Science in Accounting

The undergraduate accounting program at University of Illinois at Chicago focuses on providing students with technical and conceptual knowledge of the accounting field. Coursework contains practical applications to prepare students for successful careers in the industry.

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Auburn University Montgomery

Auburn University Montgomery
Montgomery, AL
School of Business
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Taught by seasoned professionals with extensive experience in the field, Auburn Montgomery’s accounting program is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in accounting and business.

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Samford University

Samford University
Birmingham, AL
Brock School of Business
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Samford University’s Brock School of Business offers an undergraduate accounting program designed to prepare students for successful careers in the public, private and government sectors. Because Samford prides itself on being one of few Christian doctoral universities in the country, students receive an education that is both high quality and deeply influenced by religious values.

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University of Alabama

University of Alabama – Birmingham
Birmingham, AL
School of Business
Bachelor of Science in Accounting

The University of Alabama – Birmingham offers a high-quality accounting education designed to equip students with the practical and technical skills they need to excel in the workplace. Graduates of the undergraduate accounting program are prepared for a variety of careers in business, finance and accounting. The state-of-the-art curriculum is constantly revised to reflect the most current advancements in the field, enabling students to receive a business education that is relevant in today’s competitive job market.

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New Jersey has over 25 colleges and universities, many with strong accounting schools. Employment growth for accountants is expected to be 22 percent over the next seven years. In New Jersey, the median annual wage for accountants in 2009 was $79,330.

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