“The academic and real world lessons I learned during my time at the School of Business at Chowan University built the foundation for my success. The curriculum in each course I had the honor of completing was engaging yet challenging enough to prepare me for working with the finances of a private corporation. When I graduated, I left campus not only with the knowledge I had gained, but with lifelong relationships with friends, mentors, and advisors, and with a full time accounting position thanks to the internship program I had the opportunity to complete. Chowan University School of Business wasn’t just a place for me to earn a degree, it was, and is for future students, an opportunity to build a foundation that will support successes in every aspect of life.”
Tiffany Cobb Vaughan, Class of 2010, B.S. in Business Administration, Concentration in Accounting
Chowan University’s School of Business can prepare you for a successful career in an important field with growing demand – accounting. In addition, accounting is one of the most secure employment opportunities. Everyone needs an accountant, including individuals, businesses, and even countries.
Our graduates pursue careers in public accounting, managerial accounting, financial advisory services, and banking. Our comprehensive coursework results in graduates with a depth of knowledge in the fundamental facets of this important field.
Accountants are the scorekeepers in business. Whether you’re interested in a career with a large public accounting firm or a small business, the School of Business can provide you with the background you need to for an accounting career. Become an accountant – where your contribution really counts!
“My experiences at the School of Business at Chowan University consisted of amazing faculty members who genuinely care about their students and their students’ success, friendly classmates with whom long-term bonds can be created, and a culture that is both academically and personally rewarding. I am still in constant contact with my former professors and classmates.”
Shafiq Kuttab, Class of 2013, B.S. in Business Administration, Concentrations in Accounting and Information Systems,
Minor in Management