98% of graduates from the School of Management are employed or in graduate school within 6 months of graduation.
School of Management
A Forward-Thinking Accounting Program
Today's accounting majors are expected not only to provide auditing, accounting, and tax services for small and large companies, but also to provide services in forecasting, financial planning and evaluation, while creating and monitoring new technologies. Marist’s accounting program prepares our students for future-proof careers in accounting with a strategic balance in the theory and application of accounting foundations and niche specialty areas.
Expert Accounting Faculty and Advisement
In the world of modern accounting, experience counts. Our faculty arrive at Marist with years of professional accolades and diverse backgrounds in business. We work closely with you one-on-one to provide academic and career advisement to prepare you for a successful career path that is unique to your interests. View all School of Management faculty >
Professor Friedman, who teaches financial, managerial, intermediate, and cost accounting, has years of experience in both the public and private accounting sectors, and has even won the IBM Means Service Award.
Dr. Jin, who has experience in both internal and external auditing, focuses his research on accruals behavior, earnings management, cost behavior, executive compensation, corporate governance, and business ethics.
Marist Accounting By the Numbers
New York was ranked third nationally in job opportunities for accountants in 2019 according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average annual wage for economists is over $98,000.
The Value of a Marist Education
At Marist, we pride ourselves on our dedication to providing our students with a well-rounded liberal arts education that prepares them for practical experience and profound success in their field. But don't just take our word for it - the numbers speak for themselves.