Program Requirements

Program Requirements

General Education Requirements

All students must satisfy a general education requirement consisting of eleven (11) courses outside of the major department. The General Education Domain II-A (Analysis. Modeling, and Problem Solving) requirement is satisfied through the completion of the major in Accounting.

Courses may have specified conditions for enrollment, such as prior completion of less advanced courses, permission of the instructor, or appropriate placement test scores. Students should refer to course descriptions in the department listings for prerequisite requirements.

Students are encouraged but not required to select a minor in another discipline that may enhance the students’ preparation for their individual employment or graduate school goals. Students should discuss these possibilities with their academic advisors.

Students in class

Account Manager

Customer service professionals who are in charge of monitoring client accounts.


Financial professionals whose primary duties consist of managing risks using analytical tools.

Financial Planner

Work with clients to chart out their financial futures.


Financial professionals who track, monitor and report on a company's financial dealings.

Business Analyst

Provide expert analysis for clients' business models.

Meet Our Faculty

Photo of Luis Daniel Rosero

Luis Daniel Rosero

Professor, Accounting, Econ, + Finance
Crocker Hall, Room 116
Photo of Lori Lavigne

Lori Lavigne

Professor of Economics, Accounting, Econ, + Finance
Crocker Hall, Room 104
Photo of Laura Lamontagne, Ph.D.

Laura Lamontagne, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Economics, Accounting, Econ, + Finance
Photo of Rongbing Liu, Ph.D.

Rongbing Liu, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Finance, Accounting, Econ, + Finance

Learn More

If Accounting sounds like a good fit but you would like to learn more, contact Admissions at admissions [at] or 508-626-4500.


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