At Millikin University, Accounting falls into the Tabor School of Business. Accounting majors learn how to create, maintain and audit a detailed and accurate system that displays the finances of a business or organization. They study the theory behind accounting and learn how to analyze the financial position of a firm or organization.
Students who complete a degree in accounting will be able to perform audits, develop budgets, assess financial risks and controls, prepare individual and corporate tax returns, use financial databases for decision-making, and respond to professional, ethical, and regulatory issues in accounting.
Performance Learning activities for commerce associations at the local and national levels incorporate planning wage charge, tax returns, figuring out budgets for administrations and bookkeeping. This also includes examination for trade clients as well. Accounting majors work with VITA, a tax assistants’ programs during their junior year. As seniors, they start performance learning to become proficient in the professional world.
Check out our Video with Millikin Accounting Alumni, Kiara Smail: