Undergraduate Program

Accounting Major

Today, business has no geographic boundaries. Innovation is constant, and the economy is driven by new ventures. Accounting professionals who think critically with a global perspective are integral to the success of organizations. 


The Whitman School's major in accounting provides students with the academic training and experience needed to become professional accountants. Job opportunities include careers in public accounting, business and industry, nonprofit organizations and government.

 


At A Glance

Notable Hiring Companies

Deloitte
EY
KPMG
PwC


Internship Positions

Tax Intern
Audit and Assurance Intern
Asset Management Intern

 

 

Full-time Positions

Risk Advisory Staff
Tax Consultant
Audit and Assurance Staff

$74,105

mean base salary

 

 

$50,000-100,000

base salary range

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Undergraduate Program,
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Clubs and
Connections

Participation in Whitman’s many clubs, such as the National Association for Black Accountants and Beta Alpha Psi, a professional service fraternity that includes accounting and finance majors, will expand your base of knowledge and introduce you to additional resources through programming and events.


 

Clubs

Experiential Learning

Participation in Whitman’s many clubs, such as the National Association for Black Accountants and Beta Alpha Psi, a professional service fraternity that includes accounting and finance majors, will expand your base of knowledge and introduce you to additional resources through programming and events.


 

Experiential Programs