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Do you see yourself using your love of numbers to make a positive difference in the lives of individuals?

Can you imagine using the skills you develop to help companies remain financially strong or non-profits continue their important work?

Hull College of Business prepares students for a variety of rewarding career pathways.

An Accounting degree from Augusta University offers an experience like no other — one that augments classroom knowledge with real-world experience to get you to your future with all the skills necessary to make an impact.

Accounting is for you if you consider yourself

Analytical and Strategic



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What You'll Study


In the Accounting program, you’ll take a wide range of classes in business, finance and management.

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Experience-based Education

Outside the Classroom

More than 125 students participate in the Study Abroad and Study Away program each year, adding exciting life-changing memories and important resume-enhancing experiences.

Tours of area businesses and events like Accounting Night provide opportunities to engage with business leaders and potential employers outside the classroom.

Community engagement projects and the prominent role the Hull College of Business plays in the region ensures exposure to a wide variety of businesses, mentors and potential employers.


Career Planning

The Career and Academic Planning (CAP) Center offers a comprehensive range of services that help students achieve their academic and career goals.



Internships allow you to apply what you’ve learned in the classroom, providing the real-world skills employers are looking for. Additionally, internships provide a network of professional contacts.


Clubs & Organizations

Student organizations supplement classroom education with networking events and leadership opportunities, further developing professional business knowledge and skills.


Research & Innovation

Whether you’re an undergrad or graduate student, Augusta University offers opportunities to create your own research project or work with faculty to tackle some of the world’s most complex and pressing challenges.

Your Future

Career Options

Graduates from the Accounting program can pursue careers as professional accountants in private, public or governmental organizations. An Accounting degree also provides excellent background for non-business professions like law and is helpful for advancement to top-level management.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median salary for an accountant or auditor is $77,250 per year.

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Learning Like No Other

Why Augusta?

Frequent networking opportunities and a strong presence in the local business community ensures you’ll interact with potential mentors and employers both inside and outside the classroom.

A focus on academic and career planning allows you to achieve your goals.

Internships provide real-world experience that gives students a competitive advantage, increasing your viability as a potential new hire.

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Alumni Weekend 2024 set for April 26-28

Over the course of the weekend, numerous alumni banquets for the university’s colleges, schools and organizations will be held throughout Augusta

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Students address real-world issues during annual Innovate Pitch competition

“We were surprised that we won but we were really passionate about our project to begin with. It’s just amazing that a lot of people also were interested in the pitch."

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How will the bridge collapse in Baltimore affect the supply chain?

“Most ports on the East Coast are at 70% to 80% capacity, which is where you want to be. You don’t want to have much more than that, but they’re going to have to. It could affect a good bit of the eastern half of the United States."

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‘That internship prepared me for my current role’

"Students learn teamwork, project management, conflict resolution, communication skills, networking, critical thinking, problem-solving and much more."

Educating the next generation of leaders

The Hull College of Business prepares students for successful careers in business through distinctive academic programs and experiential learning. Join us today for an experience like no other.