Preparation for Positions in Any Type of Business
The Pitt-Greensburg Management Accounting program is a specialized field within the General Management Program’s liberal arts degree. The curriculum provides students with the most current business theories, practices, and real-world opportunities for developing their interpersonal skills toward the management of individuals and groups. Additionally, accounting core courses promote the use of vital critical thinking skills and establish a knowledge base to be referenced when making professional judgments.
The job placement percentage for the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg accounting students approximates 98% - with remaining students choosing to attend graduate school after obtaining their undergraduate degree.
Pitt-Greensburg accounting students are well-prepared and eligible to sit for the Certified Public Accounting exam immediately following graduation. Students are encouraged to schedule full terms throughout their college career enabling them to graduate with 130-144 hours of education credits, graduating in a position to easily obtain the 150 hours of education credits required for certification after passing the CPA exam.
The Pitt-Greensburg accounting program is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education under the University of Pittsburgh.
- Course Descriptions
- General Degree Requirements
- Printable Distribution of Credits Checklist
- Printable Program Requirements Sheet
- Tentative Course Rotation
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Master of Science in Accounting
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