The Adkerson School of Accountancy is a professional school that combines a general education, broad business education, and accounting education. The specialized curriculum in accounting has been designed to meet the greater demand for accountants resulting from the development of information technology, more complicated taxation and governmental control measures, and growing public consciousness of the need for more accurate control methods in existing businesses. The program is also an excellent foundation for the study of law.
This program will prepare you for positions in public, private, or governmental accounting. You will also have the opportunity to develop your leadership and interpersonal skills by participating in an internship program. Students meeting certain criteria are given the opportunity to join several student organizations, which are sponsored by the Adkerson School of Accountancy.
Select the following links to obtain more information about accounting and the undergraduate program at Mississippi State University.
- Career Information
- 4 Year Plan for Courses
- Accounting Minor
- Course Descriptions
- Accounting Certifications
- Accounting Scholarships
- Transfer Request Form
- Computer Requirement
MSU's site for prospective students contains a wealth of information about admissions, tuition and fees, financial aid, organizations, and other facts important to you, whether you are just entering college or transferring from another college. Some of the most popular links include:
For further information regarding admissions, contact our undergraduate academic advisor, Krystle Dixon, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Richard C. Adkerson School of Accountancy Computer Recommendations
The College of Business has three different computer labs in McCool Hall which are accessible to all students. However, if you prefer to purchase your own computer that is completely fine! The University's Internet can be wirelessly accessed in all classrooms in McCool Hall. ITS at Mississippi State University has suggested minimum specifications for student computers. This information can be found at http://www.its.msstate.edu/support/desktop/specsstudent/