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|The role of financial management has substantially increased in global business. The challenge of unpredictable economic turns, fluctuating interest rates, inflation and disinflation, and other complex forces at work in today's economy have generated the need for top-level managers possessing solid financial skills.|
Graduates who major in Accounting - Finance will find new and challenging employment opportunities at all levels of corporate management. They are prepared for today's business environments that
demand efficiency, accuracy and financial transparency.
At Franklin Pierce, students can select either the Accounting Track or Finance Track within the Major. Students gain the technical skills required for careers in financial management, in an environment with small classes and close relationships with professors.
The liberal arts core at Franklin Pierce University helps Accounting - Finance students become effective communicators, disciplined thinkers, creative problem solvers and solid contributors to a management team. This provides a competitive advantage in today's business climate and helps Franklin Pierce graduates make significant contributions in their jobs, careers and the general field of accounting and finance. .
The Accounting - Finance Major combines a basic liberal arts education with strong preparation for a career in either accounting or finance. Coursework combines concepts from economics, accounting, finance, domestic and global markets, and related areas. Internships and independent research projects help students apply their learning to real-life scenarios and build contacts with professionals in the accounting - finance field. Students pursuing the Accounting Track study subjects including investment analysis, income tax and auditing. The Finance Track addresses such topics as banking, managerial finance and real estate investments. .
Internships and independent research projects help students apply their learning to real-life scenarios and build contacts with professionals in the accounting-finance field.
Franklin Pierce University
College at Rindge
Assistant Professor - Accounting
B.A. University of Massachusetts
J.D., New England School of Law
M.A., Boston University School of Law
Instructor - Accounting & Finance
B.S., Roger Williams University E.A
M.S.T., Bryan University
Mack A. Bean G’00
Associate Professor - Business
B.S., Greenville College
M.B.A., Franklin Pierce College
Ed.D., Nova Southeastern University