The School of Business at Endicott offers degrees in Accounting, and Business Administration designed to prepare students for a lifetime of 21st century career options. By combining a theoretical foundation in the major field with breadth of knowledge in the liberal arts, the programs provide the analytical, conceptual, and problem-solving capabilities needed to support life-long learning and personal growth in a changing global and technological environment. By focusing on the acquisition of professional skills through applied learning and on-the-job experience, the programs prepare graduates for rewarding employment opportunities.
The Bachelor of Science degree program in Accounting is a contemporary, technology-infused curriculum designed to ensure that graduates leave with a solid understanding of generally accepted accounting principles and a deep-rooted appreciation for the values, attitudes and positive orientation to learning they will need to sustain and support their life-long growth and development as accounting professionals. Whether seeking to go on to graduate school with the goal of becoming a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), or to go directly into a corporate or government setting as a management accountant, controller, forensic accountant, fraud examiner or perhaps a financial analyst or financial planner, the opportunities for accounting-educated professionals have never been greater or more rewarding than today.
Business Administration graduates go on to be managers in varied organizational settings, both for profit and not-for-profit, from entrepreneurial start-up and small business situations to Fortune 500 global enterprises. They engage in activities ranging from corporate finance to investments, from human resources to computers, from advertising and marketing to general management responsibilities in the United States and all over the world.
Endicott graduates have unique advantages in gaining access to exciting career opportunities because since its founding the College has featured field-based career learning as a cornerstone of its educational philosophy. Seventy years of experience translates into knowing how to combine academic and real world experience. Experience on campus in laptop-enabled classrooms includes individualized attention and support and is systematically integrated with off-campus experience, including both structured internship and exploratory networking opportunities.
The result is a galvanizing link between theory and practice. This formula for fostering personal growth across a broad range of career interests is what distinguishes Endicott’s Business programs.