What You’ll Learn
Luther’s accounting major teaches you how to analyze and assess information. These skills support decision-making using critical thinking and ethics.
You’ll also learn how to research and apply accounting knowledge to business situations. Our program teaches you how to work in teams and communicate information in writing. You’ll also learn how to give oral presentations using visuals.
The major consists of foundational courses in accounting, economics, management, and mathematics. The required senior project includes a research component and presentation.
Careers and Outcomes
Luther accounting majors are prepared for a variety of careers in top-tier organizations. You can also choose to design a curriculum to support future graduate studies.
- Ernst and Young
- Wells Fargo
- Mayo Clinic
- Clifton Larson Allen
- Public accounting
- Corporate finance
- Government service
- Nonprofit organizations
Opportunity to Double Major in Four Years
Through careful planning with an academic advisor, accounting majors often choose to double major with the goal of accumulating the necessary hours to sit for the CPA exam.