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Albertus Magnus College offers a variety of Accounting degree options designed to fit your needs and lifestyle.

Bachelor of Science in Accounting

The Albertus Magnus College Bachelor of Science in Accounting program, under the Tagliatela School of Business and Leadership, is designed for students looking to enter the challenging field of accounting. The industries of finance and accounting hold a significant rate of growth in employment opportunities. The program will provide students with a strong knowledge of accounting principles and practical business applications while preparing them for a career in accounting or a related field.

日本一本道a不卡免费For students who are specifically interested in the field of public accounting, this program will complete the credit hours and course content required by the state of Connecticut and 48 other states to take the Uniform Certified Public Accounting (CPA) Examination. Announced in 2017 by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA),  in the United States to integrate the AICPA Personal Financial Planning program into its curriculum.

The Albertus Difference

What Makes Accounting at Albertus Different?

Engaged
Students

  • Hands-on, experiential learning
  • Interdisciplinary perspectives
  • Emphasis on collaborative work

Great
Teaching

  • Personally invested professors
  • Small class sizes
  • Innovative, well-rounded programs
  • Resources and opportunities for research

Vibrant
Communities

  • Lively extracurricular activities
  • Campus-wide events
  • Service and community engagement

Successful
Outcomes

  • Active career counseling
  • Opportunity-building networks
  • Access to internships and professional experiences
Hands-On Learning

The Albertus Accounting Degree Program

With an accessible and supportive faculty and the benefits of an intimate class size, accounting students will learn the fundamentals of financial management, budget analysis, auditing, and corporate and nonprofit accounting. Combined with a strong, liberal arts education, a Bachelor’s of Science in Accounting from Albertus provides students with valuable knowledge in the profession of accounting, as well as a larger understanding of business ethics, effective communication in the workplace, and the principles of management.

Student Success

Accounting Student Perspective

Riker Mitchell '15 from Naugatuck, Connecticut, was an accounting major at Albertus Magnus College. Also a member of the men's soccer team, Mitchell developed time management skills as a student-athlete while pursuing his degree. Unsure of his career path, Mitchell enrolled in a business course and found his passion and skill for the field.日本一本道a不卡免费

“Dr. Fallon is the one who made me want to pursue accounting. She opened my eyes to a lot of professional routes I can take down the road.”

While attending Albertus, Riker had an internship with established accounting firm Marcum LLP. He was hired upon graduation, and is currently working there as a Staff Accountant.


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 Student Perspective at Albertus Magnus College
Riker Mitchell '15A big draw for Mitchell was the organization of the Accounting program; a five-year combined B.S. and M.B.A. that provides students enough credits and hours to become a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).
Faculty Spotlight

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Nancy Fallon

Dr. Nancy Fallon, Professor of Accounting, has been teaching accounting and finance full-time at Albertus Magnus College since 1990. She particularly enjoys leading courses in financial accounting and her areas of interest are in accounting ethics and International Financial Reporting Standards. Dr. Fallon has developed several successful business programs at Albertus on the undergraduate and graduate levels, including the Master of Science in Accounting Program.日本一本道a不卡免费

“Albertus gives students individualized attention. Accounting is a very difficult topic. At Albertus you have instructors that know you and know how you learn.”日本一本道a不卡免费

Prior to teaching at Albertus, Dr. Fallon held several accounting analyst positions in the insurance and hospital industries. She is currently a member of the American Accounting Association, American Institute of Public Accountants, and the Institute of Certified Management Accountants.

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Nancy Fallon at Albertus Magnus College
VERITAS AwardsNancy Fallon receives VERITAS award at the 2018 Albertus Magnus Founders Day Celebration for her role in the creation and implementation of the major in Finance.

Albertus Magnus College was one of the first colleges and universities in the United States to integrate the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Personal Financial Planning program into its curriculum (AICPA 2017).

Tagliatela School of Business and Leadership

The Business Experience at Albertus Magnus College

日本一本道a不卡免费The mission of the Tagliatela School of Business and Leadership is to build upon the liberal arts focus of the College and to provide a base of knowledge and experiences that will enable our graduates to be business leaders, capable of making sound and ethical business decisions in a rapidly changing and constantly expanding environment. The School majors are designed around a common core of courses along with requirements for each concentration.

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Careers

Where Will Your Accounting Degree take You?

日本一本道a不卡免费An accounting degree at Albertus prepares students to use their liberal arts background and practical business knowledge of accounting to excel as growing professionals and future leaders.

Possible career paths with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting include:



Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
Corporate Accounting Manager
Budget Analyst
Certified Internal Auditor (CIA)
Government Accountant
Financial Advisor
Controller
Nonprofit Accountant
Grants Administrator
Tax Accountant
Forensic Accountant
IRS Agent
In the News

Albertus Accounting Faculty in the News

The current state of the stock market may have investors wondering about their next move. Dr. Alan DelFavero, Assistant Professor of Accounting and Finance of the Tagliatela School of Business and Leadership at Albertus Magnus College, explains what’s happening on Wall Street.

“What you can do is just monitor your investments, make sure your investment choices are tailored to your needs. So if you are a longer term investor, don't pay attention to the short term fluctuations."

Dr. Alan DelFaveroAssociate Professor of Accounting and Finance, Alan DelFavero, speaks with WTNH News 8 to lend his expertise on the state of the stock market.
Courses

Accounting Courses

The following accounting courses are required to complete the Bachelor of Science degree:

Main Courses
BE 161 Financial Accounting In this introductory course, we will introduce students to accounting principles and procedures, and to the processes by which financial transactions are recorded, classified, and analyzed to help business decision-makers. Students will learn to prepare and interpret financial statements. Generally offered twice yearly. ((3 credits))
BE 162 Managerial Accounting An introduction to the use of accounting information by managers. Topics include the use of accounting information for planning and control, performance evaluation, decision- making, and the statement of cash flows, as well as financial statement analysis. P: BE 161. This course is generally offered once a year. ((3 credits))
BE 202 Statistics for Business and Economics Students will be introduced to the basic principles of statistical analysis that are useful in effective business decision-making. Some topics covered include descriptive statistics, probability and random events, sampling, and estimation. P: MA 111. This course is generally offered twice each year. ((3 credits))
BE 205 Principles of Microeconomics Microeconomic concepts and tools will be utilized to evaluate the economic behavior of individuals. The “invisible” market forces (price mechanism) and external forces (social, cultural, political, and legal forces) will be explored and examined from personal perspectives as well as their aggregate effect on the economy. General Education choice for Part B. This course is generally offered once a year. ((3 credits))
BE 334W Business Law In this course, we study the basic legal principles that guide business relationships. Emphasis is placed on examination of the Uniform Commercial Code, contracts, sales, commercial paper, negotiable instruments, and business organizations. This course is generally offered twice each year. (3 credits)
MG 131 Principles of Management Students are introduced to the basic functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling the organization effectively and efficiently. Additional topics include social responsibility of the organization, decision-making, interpersonal skills, and organizational change. This course is generally offered once a year. (3 credits)
MG 231 Principles of Marketing This course introduces students to common methods of planning and implementing decisions with respect to product, price, promotion, and channels of distribution, as organizations strive to satisfy the needs and wants of the market while achieving the goals of the organization in a dynamic environment. This course is generally offered once a year. (3 credits)
BE 135W Business Communications This introductory course in written and oral communications will enable students to become more effective business communicators. Special focus is given to selecting and using visual aids and PowerPoint to enhance presentations. This course meets the “W” course requirement. This course is generally offered twice each year. (3 credits)
BE 204 Principles of Macroeconomics Survey of introductory macroeconomics with focus on economic growth, unemployment, and inflation. Topics covered include national income, fiscal policy, money, the banking system, and monetary policy. Balance of payments and currency exchange rate issues are analyzed. General Education choice for Part B. This course is generally offered once a year. (3 credits)
BE 261 Intermediate Accounting I Provides an intensive study of accounting theory as it relates to the measurement of assets, liabilities, and capital structure. Students will prepare and analyze detailed financial statements. P: BE 161 and 162. These courses are generally offered in sequence every other year. (3 credits)
BE 262 Intermediate Accounting II Provides an intensive study of accounting theory as it relates to the measurement of assets, liabilities, and capital structure. Students will prepare and analyze detailed financial statements. P: BE 161 and 162. These courses are generally offered in sequence every other year. (3 credits)
BE 263 Cost Accounting In this course, we examine the theory and practice of cost accounting techniques and show how they are used in manufacturing businesses. Topics include job order and process costing, standard cost systems, and variance analysis. P: BE 161 and 162. This course is generally offered every other year. (3 credits)
BE 265 Corporate Financial Management Students will study the financing, valuation, and organization of business firms. Topics include: financial analysis, capital budgeting, valuation of corporate assets, long and short-term sources of funding, and cost of capital. P: BE 162. This course is offered once a year. (3 credits)
BE 361 Federal Income Taxation for Individuals In this course, we study the theory and procedures of the Federal Income Tax System. Emphasis is placed on individual taxation using a forms-based approach. This course is generally offered every other year. (3 credits)
BE 362 Auditing This course examines auditing concepts and procedures employed by public accountants for summarizing and analyzing the records and operations of business organizations. Students will use working papers and software programs to examine and evaluate transactions. P: BE 262. This course is generally offered every other year. (3 credits)
BE 380 Accounting Internship This is a field-based course in which students gain on-site employment experience in a local accounting firm or accounting department of a business establishment for 120 contact hours per 3 credits. The student is responsible for maintaining an integrative journal and completing other academic requirements. P: 12 credits in accounting and permission of the Director of Accounting Programs. 3 to 12 credits
CIS 171 Business Spreadsheet Development A detailed description of the use, design, and development of complex spreadsheets to solve business problems. Topics include graphing, macro development, and other advanced spreadsheet features and techniques. Principles of good spreadsheet design are incorporated throughout the course. Emphasis will be placed on accounting software applications. Microsoft Excel is used. Generally offered twice a year. (3 credits)
BE 395 Capstone: Computer Applications in Accounting This course is designed to provide students the opportunity to utilize software programs currently being used in the industry. The course will be interactive with students working on the computer solving accounting problems. Accounting techniques learned in previous classes will be completed with a variety of software programs, including general ledger, audit, and tax packages, as well as Microsoft Excel. P: Senior Standing. (3 credits)

The minor in Accounting is designed to allow the non-major an opportunity to specialize in Accounting. A maximum of two courses are allowed to be utilized from another area requirement.

Main Courses
BE 161 Financial Accounting In this introductory course, we will introduce students to accounting principles and procedures, and to the processes by which financial transactions are recorded, classified, and analyzed to help business decision-makers. Students will learn to prepare and interpret financial statements. Generally offered twice yearly.
BE 162 Managerial Accounting An introduction to the use of accounting information by managers. Topics include the use of accounting information for planning and control, performance evaluation, decision- making, and the statement of cash flows, as well as financial statement analysis. P: BE 161. This course is generally offered once a year.
BE 263 Cost Accounting In this course, we examine the theory and practice of cost accounting techniques and show how they are used in manufacturing businesses. Topics include job order and process costing, standard cost systems, and variance analysis. P: BE 161 and 162. This course is generally offered every other year. (3 credits)
BE 265 Corporate Financial Management Students will study the financing, valuation, and organization of business firms. Topics include: financial analysis, capital budgeting, valuation of corporate assets, long and short-term sources of funding, and cost of capital. P: BE 162. This course is offered once a year. (3 credits)
BE 361 Federal Income Taxation for Individuals In this course, we study the theory and procedures of the Federal Income Tax System. Emphasis is placed on individual taxation using a forms-based approach. This course is generally offered every other year. (3 credits)
BE TBD Elective
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