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University of Scranton, The Kania School of Management Accounting Programs Profile

Written by AnonymousNovember 11, 2011
University of Scranton

University of Scranton
Scranton, Pennsylvania
The Kania School of Management
Bachelor of Science, Accounting; Bachelor of Science, Forensic Accounting; Bachelor of Science, Accounting Information Systems; Bachelor of Science, Accounting/Master of Business Administration

University of Scranton's Department of Accounting, offered through the Kania School of Management, has developed four undergraduate degrees in accounting to meet the individual needs of students with specific accounting career goals. These majors in accounting improve students' success by providing attractive internship possibilities, outstanding alumni connections, excellent job placement, knowledgeable faculty members, and small classes. University of Scranton's Kania School of Management gives students opportunities to become involved in faculty research with the Faculty/Student Research Program (FSRP). This program involves students completing tasks that range from relatively routine to more sophisticated research, and creates a solid network between students and their instructors. University of Scranton is a Jesuit institution that is known for its state of the art campus. The average undergraduate class size at University of Scranton is 10-19 students. 

What's the School's contact Information?
The Kania School of Management Department of Accounting
The University of Scranton
Brennan Hall, Suite 343
Scranton, Pennsylvania 18510
Phone: (570) 941-4047
Fax: (570) 941-4826
Email: accounting@scranton.edu

Type of School? Private

How much is tuition?
Annual tuition: $34,236
Room and board: $11,862
Required fees: $300
Books and supplies: $1,150

What's the typical student profile?
University of Scranton has a total of 3,999 undergraduate students. Of the student population, 44 percent are male and 56 percent are female. Out of state students comprise 53 percent of all students.

What type of test scores do I need?
Range for SAT Critical Reading: 500-600
Range for SAT Math: 520-610
Average High School GPA: 3.35

Regular application deadline: March 1

Career and Placement
University of Scranton's Office of Career Services provides career counseling that will help students identify their career goals and future options. All students can receive resume and cover letter writing advice as well as attend on-campus recruitment events, the annual Graduate School Fair, and employment fairs.  Throughout the year career development workshops are offered in job search assistance, interview skills, and graduate school application assistance. The Office of Career Services also has a recruiting program that includes on-campus interviews, resume mailing, and student submitted information for employers seeking to hire students for full or part-time positions. Through this special program students have the opportunity to interact with potential employers business industries

University of Scranton also has an Alumni Services website available to all graduates. This on-line service will help University of Scranton graduates search for jobs that are posted exclusively to University of Scranton job lists, search national job boards, review job search history, build resumes with Resume Builder, receive emails regarding job-related topics, and manage interview schedules.

All data is of 2012.