Students who graduate from our accounting major can feel confident that they’ll have options when they graduate. While many of our graduates immediately begin a career in the accounting field, others may choose to continue their education and pursue a Master of Business Administration. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, accounting and auditing jobs are projected to grow 11 percent between now and 2024, faster than average for most occupations.

Below are a few career paths accounting majors can pursue.*

  • Public accountant
  • Management accountant
  • Government accountant
  • Internal auditor
  • External auditor
  • Information technology auditor

*Information provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Some may require additional schooling or licensure.

Jordyn Moquin, a double major in finance and accounting, discusses her Springfield College experience.


Employed Before Graduation

Finding employment before graduation is a satisfying feeling. Jordyn Moquin, a double major in finance and accounting, already has a job lined up at MassMutual, which stemmed from an internship she took on at the company as a student. Moquin is an example of the Springfield College difference.

Studying Accounting At Springfield College