From revenue recognition to exploring bankruptcy, Keuka College’s accounting program will provide you with the skills and knowledge needed for entering graduate school, or a variety of careers in business, government, law enforcement, and other accounting fields.
Our program consists of courses and internship experiences (one each year you're here) that are designed to give you the analytical and quantitative skills required for professional exams and certifications, graduate school, and career opportunities.
If you're majoring in another professional field that might one day require you to manage financial resources, or keep track of assets, consider adding a minor in accounting.
The accounting minor will provide you with the fundamentals of financial and managerial accounting, and also offer you the opportunity to delve into topics such as cost accounting, accounting for non-profit organizations, or income tax accounting. The choice is yours, and you can custom-tailor the minor to fit your desired career trajectory.
If you're interested in earning your certified public accountant (CPA) designation, you'll need to earn a graduate degree after Keuka College. Keuka College has 4+1 agreements with some of the region's leading graduate programs, putting you on the fast-track to the CPA. These agreements include:
- M.S. in Accounting at SUNY Geneseo
- CPA-track M.B.A. Program at SUNY Oswego
- CPA-track M.B.A. Program at Rochester Institute of Technology