The Institute of Accounting Excellence provides a best-in-class, student-focused accounting education for baccalaureate and graduate-level learners.
The Institute of Accounting Excellence (IAE) provides a best-in-class, student-focused accounting education for baccalaureate and graduate-level learners. Focused on teaching excellence supported by research and service, our faculty is committed to preparing our students for accounting careers through the use of engaged learning pedagogical techniques.
Graduates of the Florida Southern College MAcc program are prepared academically and intellectually to successfully complete the Uniform CPA Examination, and to assume increasingly complex accounting and financial reporting responsibilities. The core courses in the MAcc program meet two Saturdays per month with the remaining assignments to be completed online (i.e., a hybrid format). The path of academic preparation that leads to passing the CPA exam can be also be accomplished in our accounting program through the CPA Licensure Certificate Program, and the MBA with CPA Licensure Certificate Program.
As part of our ongoing efforts to positively and consequentially impact our various constituencies, we are in the initial stages of creating and implementing a strategic plan for the IAE, which will encompass our continuing education efforts. We expect the plan will lead the IAE, including our CPE and conference offerings, into our next stage of growth and impact. Once the planning process is complete, we will announce our goals and objectives to our customers, including how we expect to best provide continuing education services.
The Journal of Accounting and Free Enterprise is listed in Cabell’s journal directory and has a 20-25% acceptance rate. JAFE was created in 2014 to provide an outlet for high-quality research articles in the field of accounting and free enterprise. The mission of the Journal of Accounting and Free Enterprise (JAFE) is to publish research articles that address important issues in accounting as they relate to free enterprise in the following areas: financial accounting, forensic accounting, income taxation, management accounting, accounting information systems, auditing, the public interest, and the development of accounting thought as to policies and institutions.
Instructor of Accounting