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Written by AnonymousJanuary 16, 2012
New York University

New York University
Leonard M Stern School of Business
Department of Accounting, Taxation and Business Law
New York, New York
Bachelor of Science, Accounting

The Accounting Department, housed within New York University's Leonard M Stern School of Business, is committed to the pursuit of excellence in teaching and research. The Chronicle of Higher Education has ranked New York University's Accounting program number 2 in the nation. The Research Institute of Management at Erasmus University ranked Stern's Accounting Department as number one in the world for research performance. According to the Leonard M Stern School of Business web site, more accounting graduates from the Stern School of Business enter the ranks of senior partner in major accounting firms than any other business school in the U.S. Student-led organizations such as Beta Alpha Psi and The Accounting Society provide excellent events and programs for accounting undergraduates. Each semester The Accounting Department Seminar Series features researchers and faculty members from top institutions.  

What's the school's contact information?
Department of Accounting, Taxation and Business Laws
NYU Stern
44 West 4th Street
Suite 10-180
New York, New York 10012
Phone: (212) 998-0010
Fax: (212) 995-4230/4004

Type of school? Private

How much is tuition?
Annual tuition: $37,866
Room and board: $14,668
Required fees: $2,211

What's the typical student profile?
New York University has a total enrollment of 22,097 undergraduate students. Of the student population 39 percent are male and 61 percent are female. Approximately 65 percent of all students are from out of state.

What type of test scores do I need?
Range for SAT Critical Reading: 610-710
Range for SAT Math: 630-740
Range for SAT Writing: 620-720
Range for ACT Composite: 28-31
Average High School GPA: 3.60

Regular application deadline: January 1

Career and placement:
The Stern School of Business provides career counseling for all accounting undergraduates to assist students in selecting co-majors that will complement the accounting degree. A full 90 percent of Leonard M Stern School of Business students earn co-majors with their accounting degrees and receive employment offers from the Big 4 firms after graduation.  Thousands of interviews are conducted at Leonard M Stern School of Business each year.

New York University actively partners with alumni throughout their careers to provide career services for life through their Career Center for Working Professionals. The school provides lifelong career support through a range of services, which include, career counseling in person or via telephone, professional development workshops and online job search resources. 

New York University also has a Career Development Program that provides resume reviews, industry panels, mock interviews and networking workshops. Recruiting options for students continue to expand as New York University's Career Development Team are dedicated to building and maintaining strong relationships with companies across many different disciplines.

All data is as of 2012.