Accounting | UNC Greensboro Undergraduate Admissions


Degree Outcomes

  • The Accounting program at UNC Greensboro prepares students for business and accounting positions in industry, government, and nonprofit entities. In addition, students are prepared for graduate study, most often in accounting or finance but also in law and business. (A graduate degree in accounting is typically necessary for a position in public accounting.)
  • Professional opportunities in accounting include auditor, consultant, information systems consultant, investment analyst, business adviser, tax adviser, controller, cost accountant, and financial planner.
  • Employers of program graduates include Dixon Hughes Goodman PLLC; KPMG; PwC; Bernard Robinson & Co.; Breslow Starling; EY LLP; Gilliam Coble & Moser LLP; Grant Thornton LLP; HanesBrands Inc.; Leeper, Kean & Rumley; Lincoln Financial; RSM US LLP; Sharrard McGee & Co.; Smith Leonard PLLC; Unifi; VF Corporation; Volvo; and Williams Overman Pierce LLP.

The Student Experience

Accolades & Accomplishments

  • The Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Master of Science in Accounting have separate accreditation—only 1 percent of business schools worldwide share the Bryan School’s dual AACSB accreditation in business and accounting.
  • The Accounting program at UNC Greensboro has a strong reputation of preparing students for the MS in accounting program and ultimately for passing the CPA exam.
  • The department of Accounting and Finance has recently added two new scholarships to their long list of available aid for students.

Accreditations & Affiliations