Competition for the best jobs is tough, and knowledge of financial numbers gives you a distinct advantage.
It is no coincidence that many CEOs begin their careers in accounting. Accounting gives students an in-depth understanding of the internal functions of business that other business people struggle to match.
Your career is our concern. Norwich’s accounting program is designed to give you the analytical and technical skills for positions in public, private, government and non-profit accounting. As an accounting graduate, you'll be better prepared to address the needs of business operations because you will have been educated in both the accounting and functional areas of business.
Accounting majors frequently choose to double-major in management, a path that requires as few as two additional courses.
The accounting program focuses on the process of analyzing, recording, communicating, and interpreting financial information about economic entities for the purpose of external and internal reporting and decision making. Our students integrate knowledge from other disciplines within the school—management, economics and computer information systems—to enter into organizations with both a functional and enterprise perspective.
To view course offerings, requirements, and curriculum maps for the Accounting major and minor, see the Norwich University academic course catalog: