Accounting is an extremely popular major, and offers excellent job opportunities. It offers students career opportunities in business, government, and public accounting. A primary function of accounting is to accumulate and communicate information essential to an understanding of the activities of an enterprise. The accounting program, in addition to its major concern of preparing students for careers in accounting, offers a background in business law and ethics, information systems, and tax to qualify the student for leadership in business.
Admission to major: 2.50 grade-point average in ACT 221 and ACT 222 and completion of all College of Business Administration lower-division requirements.
Advising: Majors must meet with an academic advisor in the College of Business Advising Office, 216-687-3729.
Student organizations: The Accounting Association and Beta Alpha Psi (accounting honorary)
The Cleveland State Department of Accounting has a dedicated Internship/Co-op program, designed to place our accounting students into accounting internships and co-op jobs. Our Internship/Co-op Director identifies and recruits employers to the program, and recruits and screens qualified students.
Accounting majors should contact the Director, Professor Daniel Kaminsky, at (216) 687-2081 or at firstname.lastname@example.org to apply for the program. Please include your resume when emailing the Director.