BS in Accounting
The accounting program at Thomas Jefferson University prepares you to become a professional with a broad understanding of public accounting and financial management of corporate and nonprofit organizations.
You will have the opportunity to network with accounting industry professionals from day one, participate in industry-sponsored projects, complete an exciting semester abroad, or help to run our Student Managed Investment Fund. You can also earn your MBA degree in one additional year of study while preparing for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Chartered Financial Analyst Level 1 (CFA) exam.
Accountants serve a variety of roles in every company. Our graduates have gone to work at the Federal Reserve Bank, Ernst & Young and KPMG, just to name a few. Consider where you could be in only four short years:
- Working as a certified public accountant in an accounting firm
- Preparing taxes and audits for the IRS
- Playing a vital role in financial management at a company like Verizon
The accounting program at Thomas Jefferson University prepares students to become professionals with a broad understanding of public accounting and financial management of corporate and nonprofit organizations. Jefferson's accounting program develops in-demand professionals with in-depth knowledge of accounting, and the professionalism to work effectively in any environment.
- Immerse yourself in real-world industry project challenges
- Travel with opportunities including: India, China, England, Australia
- Collaborate with students in programs including design, architecture and health sciences
During my time at PhilaU [Jefferson] I interned for Verizon in their Leadership Development Program for three summers in various locations such as Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Georgia. I also interned for CBIZ in their tax department for one busy season. I have passed all four sections of the CPA exams in my first year working and I owe it all to PhilaU [Jefferson].