Annual Seminar Programs

The Intermountain Accounting Seminar presents the latest information relevant to today's accounting environment. Topics will vary from local and small business issues to standards affecting large corporations. Presentations will also include the latest information on tax laws, audit updates, and financial statement reporting. This seminar qualifies for CPE certification credit. For more information visit the Partners In Business website

37th Annual Intermountain Accounting Seminar - October 24, 2013



School of Accountancy

Why Accounting?

Larry Walther Talks of Benefits of New Five-Year Program

The Huntsman School of Accountancy is one of the smallest schools of accounting to be ranked in the top 50 in the U.S. by the Public Accounting Report. Larry Walther, head of the School of Accountancy, describes benefits of the school’s new five-year professional program.

Quigley Ambassadors

When it comes to accounting, graduate students have earned USU a national top-ten ranking. According to the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy, USU ranked eighth in the nation for students who passed the CPA exam on their first try,

"Only three schools have ever been in the top ten for two consecutive years -- BYU, University of Washington, and Utah State University. In 2008, USU ranked fifth in the country, with 80 percent of students passing." - Larry Walther.

Additionally, Beta  Alpha Psi, a national accounting honor society, has earned the Superior Chapter Award for 32 consecutive years -- the longest continuous streak in the nation.


James H. Quigley, '74 Accounting

Huntsman School alumni can be found throughout the world. Huntsman alumni can be found in all 50 states and in 44 countries. James H. Quigley is one of them who serves as the global CEO of Deloitte. Hear what he has to say about his experience at the Huntsman School and why he chose Accounting in this video.