Rapport de stage anglais
What can I do with this degree?
PUBLIC ACCOUNTING Auditing/Assurance Services Tax Environmental Accounting Forensic/Investigative Accounting Information Technology Services International Accounting Personal Financial Planning
Public accounting firms: Large, multinational Regional Local Sole practitioners
Public accounting firms hire candidates who meet the educational requirements for sitting for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam: 150 hours of education including 24 hours of accounting, i.e. the equivalent of an undergraduate degree in accounting. State laws govern the practice of accountancy and specify the requirements to be eligible to sit for the CPA exam. In most states, the State Board of Accountancy has a website that outlines those requirements.
CORPORATE ACCOUNTING Financial Management Financial Reporting Internal Auditing Cost Accounting Tax Planning Budget Analysis GOVERNMENT Auditing Financial Reporting Financial Management Budget Analysis Research
Companies of all sizes, in all industries
Many managers in corporate settings obtain an MBA degree after several years of work experience.
Federal agencies and departments including: Federal Bureau of Investigation Internal Revenue Service Department of the Treasury General Accounting Office Office of Management and Budget Securities Exchange Commission State and local agencies Universities and colleges
Become familiar with the government application process.
EDUCATION Teaching Research Consulting
A Ph.D. in Accounting or a DBA, Doctorate in Business Administration, in accounting is generally required. Maintain a high g.p.a. and secure strong faculty recommendations for admittance into graduate school.
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NON-PROFIT Accounting Internal Audit Financial Planning Budgeting Money Handling Record Keeping
Social service agencies and organizations Hospitals Public school