A degree in Accounting prepares you for a variety of careers. Many people choose to enter public accounting as either an auditor or tax consultant. These positions are available in firms of all sizes—from large multinational firms to small local firms.
Others choose to enter industry and work as general accountants, controllers, treasurers, tax managers or internal auditors. Governmental agencies employ a number of accountants at the local, state and federal levels. More than 30 employers currently recruit Baylor Accounting majors.
Learn more about the 58:10 Project, an initiative by Baylor Accounting faculty, staff and students to prepare 100,000 meals in three hours for food insecure individuals in the Waco area.
The second annual 58:10 Project gathered students, faculty, staff and Waco community members to pack meals to fight food insecurity in the Waco area on Sept. 13, 2022.
Baylor University's transformational undergraduate academic programs and experiences were the major highlights in the latest Best Colleges rankings for 2023 released today by U.S. News & World Report. Baylor's highest ranked program is undergraduate entrepreneurship, which moved up to No. 8 nationally in the U.S. News rankings.
For the second year in a row, the 58:10 Project sees faculty and students from the Department of Accounting and Business Law partnering with Caritas of Waco on Sept. 13 to help alleviate food insecurity in McLennan County by packing meals for those most in need.
AICPA: Baylor alum Derek Rezler (MTax '21) was announced as one of only 57 winners of the Elijah Watt Sells Award out of 72,000 individuals who sat for the CPA Exam in 2021.