Examples of recent internships for Accounting students include:
- Holbrook and Manter, CPAs (Staff Auditor)
- Neeman Medical International (Asia) Ltd. (Staff Accountant)
- Ernst & Young (Abu Dhabi) (Staff Auditor)
- State Auditor of Ohio (Audit Fellowship Intern)
Three students are usually employed by the accounting faculty as student assistants. The student assistants grade homework, copy class handouts, periodically tutor students, and provide other administrative assistance.
Career Possibilities for Accounting Majors
- Public Accounting
- Corporate Accounting
Where Recent Accounting Majors from Muskingum are Employed:
- Ernst and Young
- Ohio State Auditors’ Office
- Rea and Associates
- Crowe, Chizek, and Company
Most of our accounting students do not attend graduate school. The students choosing the 150 credit hour Accounting-Public option here at Muskingum are able to sit for the CPA exam without having a graduate degree, but here are a few examples of schools former students have attended:
- University of Virginia
- Ohio University
- University of Hartford
The mission of the Economics, Accounting, and Business Department is to help produce well-rounded members of the business community who understand the necessity of profit balanced by the constraints of ethical conduct, legal behavior, and risk. All four majors in our Department (Economics, Accounting, Accounting-Public, and Business) are designed to provide the tools necessary for our graduates to succeed in both the world of commerce and in graduate degree programs. We seek to challenge our students to objectively analyze economic circumstances, to construct feasible and ethical alternatives, and to make appropriate decisions that balance the welfare of the firm with the overall impact on society.
The Economics, Accounting and Business Department mission supports the mission of Muskingum University by providing high-quality academic programs in the context of a liberal arts education. We help develop whole persons who can think critically, behave ethically, and engage socially so that they may lead vocationally productive, personally satisfying, and socially responsible lives.