Join the competitive and rewarding field of accounting – and get an advantage at Mizzou. Students in the School of Accountancy acquire practical experience in the field of accounting, join helpful student organizations, and may access substantial financial aid, all in a degree that is nationally recognized for excellence.
The school’s educational mission is to provide students with the knowledge, learning capabilities, and personal and professional skills necessary to excel in professional and academic careers. The school’s research mission is to create economic and social value through the discovery, application, and dissemination of knowledge related to accountancy theory, practice, and education. The school is committed to maintaining a close relationship with the accounting profession and to fulfill its service responsibilities to the academic community and society.
Accountancy prepares students for the competitive field of accounting with a combination of classroom study, practical experience, and student organizations, all in a degree that is nationally recognized for excellence. The bachelor of science and master’s of accountancy degree programs are merged into an integrated 150-hour curriculum to be entered into as a junior.
Participation in the program is a graduation requirement. Coupled with a rigorous business curriculum, Trulaske Edge aids in producing Trulaske College of Business graduates who excel in competitive business environments.
Minors and Certificates
The Trulaske College of Business offers a number of minors and certificate programs that students can choose from. These additions help students to create a degree program that best suits their future.
Applying to college can be very overwhelming, let alone discussing the cost of attending. Fortunately, the Trulaske College of Business offers and accepts a variety of different scholarships to help ease your transition into college.