The School of Accountancy has built a long-standing and powerful-learning culture that demands not only excellent technical accounting and financial preparation, but also engages students in hands–on education to develop their professional character and social confidence. We encourage students to make a commitment to lifelong learning, and to establish a professional network through the School of Accountancy’s extensive range of professional and alumni partners.
March 07, 2014Meet Eide Bailly Day
March 10, 2014Spring Break
March 10, 2014Washington DC Career Exploration Trip
March 20, 2014BAP Professional Meeting
March 25, 2014FPA Professional Meeting
The Non-Resident Tuition Waiver for Excellence is a one-year waiver of the nonresident portion of graduate tuition.Click here for more.
Professor Frank Shuman was recognized in the IMA Campus Connections magazine. Click here for more.
Dr. Larry Walther, head of the School of Accountancy, has been selected as the 2013 recipient of Joseph A. Silvoso Faculty Merit Award by The Federation of Schools of Accountancy. Click here for more.
During October, The School of Accounting hosted the 37th Annual Accounting Conference. Attendance was a record level, largely attributable to the outstanding group of distinguished presenters. Key speakers included:Click here for more.
Congratulations to our IMA student chapter who not only received a 2012-2013 Gold Award of Excellence (for the 18th consecutive year), but was selected as one of only four IMA chapters in the nation to receive an Outstanding Student Chapter award for the 2012-13 academic year. Click here for more.