Accounting Systems and Forensics
Would you like to . . .
- …target fraudsters?
- …use cybersecurity to thwart hacktivists?
- …gain valuable professional experience in your classes with LIVE consulting
projects for actual business clients?
- …learn the leading accounting software used by entrepreneurs?
- …use data analytics for business intelligence and fraud detection?
- Do you want a competitive advantage as an accounting professional in a global business environment with rapidly changing technology?
- Would you like to major in accounting—but you want to be more than just a number in your college classes?
Join the Maryville accounting family—where professors care about you and know your name!
To learn more…
John E. Simon School of Business programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
ACBSP Accounting Accreditation indicates the Maryville University accounting unit has met a higher set of standards separate from and in addition to the accreditation of the School of Business programs.
To be eligible for the CPA Examination in Missouri and many other states, candidates are required to complete 150 credit hours of college level course work. To satisfy the 150-hour requirement, Maryville University offers dual degrees in Accounting and Accounting Systems & Forensics. To learn more about how you can obtain dual degrees in Accounting and Accounting Systems & Forensics to meet the CPA Exam requirements, contact your advisor. For additional information about the CPA exam, go to www.cpa-exam.org.
Other credential opportunities for an accounting systems and forensics career path include Certified Information Technology Professional (CITP), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), and Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF).