Accounting Degree Program | Major in Accounting | CBU

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The Accountancy program at Christian Brothers University enjoys a well-established and influential presence in the Memphis and Mid-South area. The accounting major is a professional program designed to prepare students for work in a variety of fields. Alumni of the program work in some of the finest businesses and public accounting firms in the nation as well as areas such as government, tax, criminal justice, and entrepreneurship. 

The Bachelor of Science in Accounting teaches students the skills, techniques and concepts necessary to succeed as accountants. Courses take students through the finer details of accounting principles, as well as managerial and tax accounting. Graduates leave with a degree that will apply to any number of companies and opportunities are expected to continue to grow. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of accountants and auditors will grow by 16 percent from 2010 to 2020.

Because accountants and auditors analyze and report on financial information for a wide variety of businesses, they are required to be up-to-date with financial laws and corporate governance regulations and are relied upon to keep the books clean and accurate for the company’s leaders. To develop the necessary analytical, conceptual, and technical knowledge and proficiency, the Christian Brothers accountancy degree provides its students with the ability to: 


  • demonstrate fundamental accounting principles and procedures,
  • employ technology tools related to the area of accounting,
  • analyze alternatives to complex accounting problems,
  • use accounting information in making business decisions, and 
  • synthesize accounting information and non-accounting information to appropriately assess business opportunities.

Highly motivated students will find the accounting program at Christian Brothers University to be a demanding program that offers significant opportunities.