Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York


Accounting is the language of business. All businesses, big or small, use the theories of accounting to understand and report their financial performance. Every Gabelli School of Business student gains some exposure to accounting through the integrated business core, but those who wish to pursue it further have stellar options, including a 150-hour program that prepares students to sit for the CPA exam, and several dual-degree programs that lead to MBA and MS degrees in five years.

Accounting is a challenging and diverse field. A Gabelli education is the gateway to all aspects of it. Gabelli graduates practice auditing, financial planning, tax compliance, financial analysis and more.

Click here to meet Lou Romeo, one of the accounting professionals who belongs to the network of more than 16,500 Gabelli alumni who help our current students to find internships and jobs.

There are several ways to give your Fordham business education an accounting focus:

Majors: Accounting Information Systems
  Applied Accounting and Finance
  Public Accountancy (150 credits)
  Public Accounting (120 credits)
Concentrations:  Accounting (taken with the Business Administration major)
Minors: Accounting

Click here to see selected course listings from the accounting area.

Gabelli students concentrating their studies on accounting have access to two special resources: a full-time pre-professional advisor who guides them in course selection and job placement, and an active Fordham chapter of the honor society Beta Alpha Psi.

Ledger Spring 2014


Click here to download the most recent issue of our accounting newsletter, The Ledger.




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