Why Study Accounting at Fisher?
At Fisher, you'll gain a deep understanding of current accounting theories, practical applications of those theories, and the ethical problems you may encounter in your professional career.
The B.S. in Accounting program blends liberal arts learning and professional education to help you develop critical-thinking skills, leadership abilities, and a commitment to ethical decision-making.
Accounting Certificate Program
If you already hold a bachelor's degree in a major other than Accounting, the Accounting Certificate Program will prepare you to meet the requirements to take the CPA exam.
Accelerated Time to an M.B.A. Degree
As an Accounting major, you may qualify for the 4+1 M.B.A. program which would allow you to complete your M.B.A. degree within a year of your undergraduate degree.
Nearly 100% of accounting graduates are accepted into graduate school or placed in full-time jobs within 3 months of graduation.
Graduates find positions at such firms as:
- The Bonadio Group
- Crowe Horvath
- Davie Kaplan Chapman & Braverman, P.C.
- Dejoy, Knauf & Blood
- Deloitte & Touche
- Eastman Kodak Company
- EFP Rotenberg
- Ernst & Young
- Harris Corporation
- Insero & Company
- St. Ann's Home
- Xerox Corporation
A Variety of Scholarships
In addition to College-sponsored scholarships, there are several scholarships available to support Accounting majors.
- Advantage Professionals Scholarship
- Bonadio Accounting Scholarship
- Charles P. Wolfe Award
- DuPlessis/Wolfe Scholarship
- The Gleason Memorial Scholarship
- Insero & Co. Accounting Scholarship
- Mengel, Metzger & Barr Accounting Scholarship
- New York State Society of CPAs Award
- Otto A. Shults Accounting Excellence Scholarship
- VanStrydonck Scholarship
- William E. Rowe Memorial Scholarship
Allison Mooney '15
Allison Mooney experienced the rewarding benefits of working for a non-profit organization as an Accounting Intern at the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Rochester.
No stranger to service, Allison has been giving back to the community since her freshman year at Fisher through the Service Scholar Program.
Allison's internship responsibilities included bank and credit card reconcilements, creating inventory Excel sheets, handling payroll, updating the QuickBooks program with canister deposits from local McDonald's restaurants, and using a database to keep records of donations and gifts.
She enjoyed getting a taste of the non-profit side of accounting and is excited to test the corporate side during her internship with KPMG in the Audit Department after graduation.
She will be returning to Fisher in the fall to finish her M.B.A. with a concentration in accounting.