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Application fee: $50
Intakes: Fall, Spring
International tuition: $18,624
Domestic tuition: $9,312
You will also have the opportunity to participate in the recruiting activities sponsored by the School of Accountancy. University's annual Accountancy Day and Meet-the-Firms events provide networking opportunities with Certified Public Accounting (CPA) firms as well as governmental agencies and private company industry representatives. You will have the opportunity to enhance your interview skills through workshops co-sponsored with the Alabama Society of CPAs, Becker CPA Review, and ITAC Solutions. As a TROY student, you may also join the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)—one of the most prestigious professional organizations in the United States—as well as the Alabama Society of CPAs. School of Accountancy Student Organizations The School of Accountancy Accounting Society is a very active Troy University club. At each meeting, usually, monthly, the Accounting Society invites one of university's recruiters to give them an opportunity to network with its students and present a program on current accounting topics. School of Accountancy Internship Program The mission of the School of Accountancy is to prepare students for career opportunities with increasing professional and managerial responsibility in regional public accounting firms as well as government and industry in the Southeastern United States and prepare undergraduate students for admission to graduate programs in accounting and business. To achieve this, the School of Accountancy facilitates a paid internship program (three credit hours) that will allow its students an opportunity for real-life accounting experience that takes them from the classroom into the real world. Recruiters have several opportunities each academic year to network with its students at on-campus events, such as Accountancy Day, Spring Meet the Firms, and Accounting Society meetings. Many of these internships result in full-time employment during the undergraduate program. The School of Accountancy provides many opportunities for you to improve your networking and interview skills. Because university's faculty members have significant, real-world experience, course instruction focuses not only on vital concepts but also on practical application of these concepts. TROY’s Accounting Advisory Council provides valuable guidance to the program, ensuring that the program is structured to meet the needs of accounting professionals and the business community. Troy University’s undergraduate degree in Accounting prepares you for the challenges and opportunities of today’s complex business environment as well as those of the future. An undergraduate degree from the Troy University School of Accountancy provides you with: Qualifications to sit for the Certified Public Accounting (CPA) examination. Internship opportunities. Networking opportunities.
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- TOEFL iBT
- Official copy of transcripts or results for education years 10-12 AND diploma. More information below.
- Financial support statement (original bank statement and sponsor letter).
- Passport identification page with machine readable code visible
- English proficiency minimums: official TOEFL test overall score 61 or official IELTS test score 5.5 bands overall. Students also can provide one of the following: ACT English section, Cambridge A/AS Level English result, Intl. Baccalaureate English, Pearson Test of English, SAT R/W section, DuoLingo, and iTep.
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Troy , United States