Why Choose Saint Rose for a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting?
Accounting has become a coveted field: #6 in “Best Business Jobs,” according to U.S. News and World Report, for its good salary, job growth and work/life balance. That’s why a Saint Rose Accounting degree is also in demand, because it provides not only a strong foundation, but a uniquely experiential education that lets you hit the ground running.
Unlike many programs, internships are required at Saint Rose—and robust, thanks to partnerships like those we have with the Capital Region Chamber of Commerce, NYS Office of Temporary & Disability Assistance, and Catholic Charities tax assistance sites. What’s more, uncommon course offerings and mentoring from an exceptional faculty—all experts in the field—give you the kind of guidance and insight that make all the difference in finding that coveted job.
Accounting BS/MS Dual Degree
The College of Saint Rose’s 150-hour dual Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree program fulfills the 150 credit hours of appropriate education New York State requires for new practitioners to be licensed as a Certified Public Accountant. The application for the dual degree program does not require a GMAT test score.
The undergraduate and graduate programs in Accounting are integrated to form a logical, continuous curriculum which maximizes each student’s education and can be completed in five years. The transition between graduate and undergraduate courses is seamless. Students must maintain a minimum overall G.P.A of 3.0 to remain in the program. Any applicable financial aid carries over from the undergraduate to the graduate program proportionately.