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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Accountancy Major
Accounting is the "language of business." Financial statements drive all major decision-making in an organization. Students in this major not only learn the language of business but are trained in data analytics in preparation for the technology-driven world of professional services. A strong and diverse accounting curriculum encourages success on the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Exam.
Prior to graduation, accounting majors are highly recruited by top companies for internship positions that often lead to full-time employment. Additionally, in your first year as a staff accountant, you are likely to interact with CFOs and controllers, establishing a powerful network and successful career.
Our CPA Exam pass rates are consistently higher than the national average. In fact, the Master of Accountancy Class of 2020 achieved an 87% pass rate across all four parts of the exam.
The School of Accountancy is separately accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), ensuring you receive a top-quality education that puts you on the path toward success.
Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee boast the highest concentrations of Auburn accounting graduates, although many choose to pursue opportunities in major cities across the country.
View the required courses for an accounting degree and begin building your plan of study now.View Curriculum
Find out how much it costs to earn your degree and how financial assistance can help.View Tuition
Earn 9 credits towards both an accounting undergraduate degree and the Master of Accountancy degree during the senior year through the Accelerated Bachelors to MAcc (ABMAcc) option.
Already have a business degree? Apply to our online accounting program and experience the same quality of education and support as your campus peers.Online BSBA in Accountancy—Second Degree
Have a degree that isn’t in accounting, but you want to sit for the CPA Exam? The Undergraduate Certificate in Accountancy (UCA) is designed so you can get the additional coursework necessary to be qualified to sit for the CPA Exam.Undergraduate Certificate in Accountancy
Become part of an organization that promotes professional growth, academic enhancement, social activities, leadership opportunities, and service projects.Learn more about BAP
Join a group that promotes professional growth and service activities and purposes to prepare students for the recruiting process and membership in Beta Alpha Psi.Learn more about RAAP
Find your student professional organization at the Harbert College of Business. These honor societies, associations, and clubs enhance your educational experience and provide lifelong benefits in your chosen field.Explore Student Organizations