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Now more than ever, we live in a world of global commerce, innovative technology, and an economy driven by new business ventures. Through all of these changes, accounting professionals are called upon to apply the language of business and produce outstanding results.

Accounting professionals must now enter the field as leaders with the creativity and dedication to take on new and exciting roles. New niches emerging in the field such as environmental accounting, forensic accounting, and international accounting are bringing new career opportunities like never before. Also up and coming are unique accounting opportunities in industries including finance, entertainment, telecommunications, and software development.

In the Joseph I. Lubin School of Accounting, you will work closely with industry partners to gain practical experience in the field. You are also given a variety of opportunities to network with Whitman alumni and industry professionals to help you land a position at top accounting firms such as Deloitte, PricewaterhouseCoopers, KPMG, and Ernst & Young. Through a challenging and well-rounded program, our accounting program produces graduates ready to take on the best jobs in accounting.

Degree Programs

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No matter what program you're enrolled in, you will receive the training and experience needed to be successful in your chosen field.


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Many of the Whitman School's leading-edge faculty play prominent roles in shaping perspectives on relevant professional issues.

Accounting Alumni Council

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Explore all the ways you can keep in touch, share news, receive updates and be an active part of a network of Whitman accounting alumni and Whitman alumni practicing in the accounting field.

Faculty & Ph.D. Directory

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Our professors bring expert insight, providing practical experience and instruction in the classroom.