Our emphasis on real-world application trains you for roles in professional, industrial, managerial or governmental accounting—and prepares you for CPA licensure through a robust curriculum and CPA Review Program.
Accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) is the mark of excellence in business education earned by fewer than five percent of business schools worldwide.
Our program will teach you to evaluate financial records and identify the factors that drive an organization and its profits.
Florida Southern’s Accounting program has three Florida Institute of CPAs Outstanding Educator Award winners teaching our students.
You’ll gain exposure to all areas of accounting — financial, tax, cost/managerial, auditing, information systems, and forensics.
Through internships, case studies, and other hands-on learning, our accounting graduates are prepared for professional employment and boast a 100% placement rate upon graduation.
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In ACC 3111 Financial Accounting I, you can expect to delve into the conceptual framework of accounting and master skills required when preparing financial statements, determining income, and knowing the steps related to assets and liabilities.
Get a head start on your way to CPA Licensure.
Florida Southern College is one of the few schools in the state with a CPA Review program.
Our accounting program prepares a student to complete the 150-hour academic requirement to become a CPA, and includes a CPA Review Course to help you prepare for the exam*.
* Completion of the B.S. (bachelor’s degree) in Accounting and the MAcc (Master of Accountancy degree) will prepare the student for CPA licensure, including the 150 hours of academic credit. A student who desires to be licensed as a CPA in the State of Florida will also need to pass the CPA Exam and to complete one year of supervised experience.
Florida Southern students receive a multitude of opportunities to interact with a variety of companies and firms to help build a foundation for their future careers.
FSC’s extensive internship program is designed to maximize your learning and give you the experience you need to launch your career.
Network with professionals at meetings of the Florida Institute of CPAs, the Institute of Management Accountants, and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Many extra-curricular organizations are associated with this program, including the Accounting Student Association and the Dean's Advisory Council