Faculty Spotlight

Professor Beverly J. Piper, associate professor of accounting, joined Ashland University in 1979. She is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) with an active license to...Read more

Next Logical Step for Accounting Graduates

Our graduates usually begin work for public accounting firms or in corporate accounting and finance positions.  Their undergraduate degree combined with additional graduate course work provides the necessary training and 150 credit hours to sit for the CPA exam.  Our accelerated accounting/MBA program gives our students the option of obtaining a BSBA in accounting, an MBA, and the 150 hours needed for the CPA exam, all in five years.  Graduates pursuing a corporate accounting and finance career often obtain a CMA certification in managerial accounting.