More Than Crunching Numbers
Let go of your preconceived notions about the accounting field. As a career, accounting is not boring, tedious or dominated by men in white shirts. In fact, you may be surprised to know that more than half of all today's accounting graduates are women. Plus, growing trends in governance and compliance have fueled the need for accountants who know IT and are savvy about business. In fact, when you earn your degree in accounting, you can get involved in tackling many types of critical business issues, focusing your work in areas like strategic planning and management, quality assurance, resource planning, e-commerce, IT or consulting.
Imagine Yourself in a Career That Fits
Could accounting be right for you? Your skills and interests may be a natural fit. See if you have the stuff to be an accountant.
|Do you work and play well with others?|
|Do you like to learn new skills?|
|Do you rise to challenging situations?|
|Are you a problem solver?|
|Do you like a good mystery?|
|Can you read between the lines to interpret facts and figures?|
|Do you love to Google™?|
|Are you a good communicator?|
|Are you just as happy to lead as follow?|
|Do you dot your "I"s and cross your "t"s?|
|Do you like to make a difference?|
If you answered yes to most of these questions, then accounting could be an excellent career choice for you! A stimulating, inspiring and rewarding career, accounting can open doors to the industries you like and the opportunities you want. The accounting programs offered through DeVry University and it's Keller Graduate School of Management can put you in front of those doors in less time than other paths.
Learn more about whether you have the right stuff to be an accountant and how you can get there with DeVry University, Keller and Becker.