Accounting is a descriptive/analytical discipline that provides
quantitative information critical to management decision-making.
The accounting department offers a variety of courses to prepare
graduates for responsible positions in private practice,
corporate accounting and governmental service.
Saint Martin's University is committed of its liberal arts heritage and
students majoring in accounting are trained not only to be technically
competent in their major, but to be well-rounded professionals. All Saint Martin's students take the University's general
education requirements. Accounting students begin by taking 15 semester
hours of foundation courses. This is followed by 33 semester hours of a
common professional component and 21 semester hours of requirements for
completion of the major.
The University's accounting program provides:
- A rigorous yet supportive educational environment.
- Exposure to all functional areas of business and economics.
- Faculty members with extensive experience as educators and as
- Small classes, allowing students to receive more individual
- Necessary class, library, computer and study environment to
support the program.
- A strong liberal arts component that broadens career options and
the possibility of professional advancement.
- Extra-curricular activities, competitions and other informal
learning and networking opportunities for accounting students.