Accounting has long been one of Stonehill’s most popular majors and one that attracts many of the Northeast’s best students.
An accounting degree from Stonehill's Department of Accounting & Taxation prepares students for any number of challenging careers in a wide range of responsible positions in business, government and nonprofit organizations, including:
- Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
- Accounting manager
- Internal auditor
- Forensic accountant
We offer a broad-based accounting curriculum that educates the whole person, fosters lifelong learning and produces highly sought-after graduates. Companies that employ our accounting graduates often say their decision was based on our students’ wide portfolio of skills.
We produce critical thinkers and effective communicators who can adapt to an ever-changing business environment.
Organizations involved in assessing U.S. colleges and universities continually cite Stonehill as being among the best in the nation when it comes to value, outcomes and a commitment to making the world a better place. See full list of accolades.
By the Numbers
Common questions about an accounting major
If working with financial transactions and learning more about how businesses, organizations and government agencies work sounds interesting to you, then consider majoring in accounting at Stonehill. Learn more
The best part about the Accounting program at Stonehill College is that it can take you where you want to go — whether that means a career in business, government or the nonprofit sector. Learn more
So, if you major in accounting, what can you do with it? What types of jobs can you find, and what kind of salaries do those jobs pay? Learn more
The short answer is a full-time student will finish with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Accounting in four years. Learn more
When choosing an accounting program, you want to be sure it’s one that has an exceptional reputation in the field. Learn more