Whether you're gearing up for a career in accounting or simply want to learn more about the field, you can tap into a wide variety of accounting career resources, courses, and co-curricular opportunities at Michigan Ross.
How We Help You Get There
Get guidance from a career coach who specializes in helping students prepare for and identify accounting roles, and connect with CDO peer coaches on similar career tracks. Our Career Development Office (CDO) also offers personal and career exploration, job search coaching, interview preparation, and job negotiation training, among other resources. CDO also has a dedicated Industry Relations Manager in accounting who manages relationships with firms and sources opportunities for students.
Accounting & Finance Career Coach
Industry Relations Manager
Tap into networking opportunities with other students interested in accounting; be part of industry-focused events and recruiting opportunities hosted by the Accounting Club.
The BBA Finance Club is a resource for students with career interests in finance-related industries, such as investment banking, sales and trading, asset management, and corporate finance.
Help Small Businesses Thrive
Support Detroit small business owners and entrepreneurs through free accounting and financial consulting outreach with DNEP Free Accounting and Business+Impact. Gain real-world consulting experience, develop critical thinking skills outside the classroom, learn how to interact with clients, and make a meaningful impact in the Detroit community.
Become a Paton Fellow
The Paton Fellow Scholarship Program encourages and supports Michigan Ross BBA students to pursue an accounting-related career. Graduating fellows who are admitted to the Michigan Ross Master of Accounting program maybe be eligible for graduate tuition assistance.
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Go Further with a One-Year Master of Accounting Degree
Deepen your accounting expertise and be prepared to excel in the CPA exam with our 10-month Master of Accounting degree, available to qualified applicants of any undergraduate major.