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    State University of New York at Oswego
  Jan 16, 2018
2010-2011 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Accounting, Finance, and Law

Charles Spector, Chair
235 Rich Hall

Professors: Dean Crawford, Florence Kirk, Charles Spector

Associate Professors: Joan Carroll, Hema Rao, Richard Skolnik, Deborah Stanley, Thomas Tribunella

Assistant Professors: John MacDonald, Eric Tsai, Hong Wan

The Accounting BS/MBA program was the first combined program offered by a state university college to be registered with the State of New York for candidates seeking admission to sit for the CPA examination. Students planning to become Certified Public Accountants should send for a copy of the New York State Education Department’s Certified Public Accountant Licensing Application Packet. Visit or write to the State Education Department, Office of the Professions, Division of Professional Licensing Services, 89 Washington Avenue, Albany New York 12234-1000, for a copy of the packet. Students may also pursue four-year Bachelor of Science degrees in Public Accounting, Management Accounting, or Finance. The four-year Public Accounting program prepares students for general careers in accounting, but it is not registered for CPA licensure and, beginning in August 2009, will not be sufficient to qualify a student to sit for the CPA exam. The Management Accounting program is intended for students interested in corporate accounting and offers preparation to sit for the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) examination. The Finance program is designed to prepare students for positions in financial institutions such as commercial and investment banks, mutual funds, brokerages, and insurance companies, as well as in the finance and accounting departments of manufacturing, retail, and nonprofit businesses.

Arts Management Minor 

The Accounting, Finance, and Law Department cosponsors this interdisciplinary minor.