Accounting News & Research
Harbert College's School of Accountancy will offer the first online undergraduate degree at Auburn University.
Ten firms in the consulting and technology industries are expected to visit Lowder Hall Thursday, March 27, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., giving students the opportunity to mingle with corporate representatives and lobby for potential internships and even jobs.
Representatives from nine firms in the Finance and Corporate Accounting Industries met with Raymond J. Harbert College of Business students this week, which concludes Thursday, Feb. 6, with the popular Industry Week Career Expo where students have the opportunity to learn more about career and internship opportunities.
Eric Ben-Artzi shared his experiences with students and guests at a lecture the evening of Jan. 27.
On Monday, Jan. 27 at 7 p.m. in Lowder 113-A, Deutsche Bank Whistleblower Eric Ben-Artzi will address students, faculty and interested members of the community. There is no charge for admission. Ben-Artzi’s visit is sponsored by the Government Accountability Project (GAP) Whistleblower Tour and the Raymond J. Harbert College of Business School of Accountancy.
Master of Accountancy students currently on 10-day educational tour of Brazil.
McDonald’s executive Amy Jones addressed Harbert College students Thursday, Nov. 14, with special affection. After all, she was once one of them.
2012 Harbert graduate now recruiting Auburn talent for SunTrust Bank
Industry Weeks at the Raymond J. Harbert College of Business moves into its third round this week as students prepare to meet with representatives from financial and accounting firms.
Dozens of Raymond J. Harbert College of Business students interested in internships and career opportunities met with recruiters from a variety of firms in the consulting and technology field – including three of the Big Four accounting firms – at Lowder Hall.
The Harbert College of Business hired Assistant Professor Travis Holt as an assistant professor in accountancy.
Master of Accountancy students exceed average national CPA exam section pass rates by more than 30 percent.
Brian T. Casey, a 1984 accounting graduate, is co-leader of his firm’s regulatory and transactional insurance practice group and is regarded as one of the most respected corporate insurance attorneys in the business.
Master of Accountancy students have an opportunity to travel to San Pãulo and Rio de Janeiro this December with classmates and faculty to get a better understanding of Brazil's industries, economy, culture and climate.
Accounting professor Jeff Jones named SGA Outstanding Faculty member for second consecutive year.
Seventeen Auburn College of Business students -- including 15 seeking MBAs -- visited South Korea the week of March 3 and got the opportunity to appreciate the business world and the way of life on foreign soil.
College of Business and School of Accountancy sponsored a financial literacy fair for 625 sixth-graders at Drake Middle School.
SGA President-elect Harrison Mills interested in new food options inside Draughon Library.
Tara Jones used marketing skills learned in the College of Business, and a little ingenuity, to win the crown of 2013 Miss Auburn.
Sharon Byers, a 1987 Auburn College of Business graduate with a degree in finance, is now senior vice president for sports and entertainment marketing for Coca-Cola North America.
Corporate representatives from the corporate accounting and financial services industry visited Lowder Hall Wednesday, Feb. 6, through Friday, Feb. 8, giving Auburn business students an opportunity to explore their possible career path, while representatives take a look at what could be prospective employees.
Chief Audit Executive from Vulcan Materials gives interview advice to students, discusses corporate structure.
With awards that acknowledge academic excellence as well as leadership and service, the College of Business recognized three outstanding students at spring’s graduation ceremonies. Courtni Ward received the 2010 President’s Award; Andrea McDonnell the Student Government Award; and Devon Kuerten was selected as Graduation Marshal.
Duane Brandon and Jonathan Stanley presented their paper entitled "Does Lowballing Impair Audit Quality? Evidence from Client Accruals Surrounding Analyst Forecasts" at the 2012 American Accounting Association Auditing Section Mid-Year Meeting in Savannah, GA.
The Master of Accountancy (MAc) Program Class of 2012 CPA exam pass rates are official.
The Auburn University MAc Class of 2010 was comprised of 50 students who sat for all four sections of the Uniform CPA exam for the first time Spring Semester 2010, the last semester of their program.