The School of Accounting in the College of Business at Florida International University in Miami, Florida, is committed to excellence, integrity, teamwork, and lifelong learning.
Our programs are among the most innovative in the country. On the graduate front, we offer a Master of Accounting and an Executive Master of Science in Taxation. For undergraduates, we have a Bachelor of Accounting degree program with opportunities for students to intern with and learn from top international and area accounting firm professionals. Their academic relevance and currency is ensured by our School's Advisory Board members, who understand employer’s needs, contribute to our curricular development, and partner with us in recruiting our graduates.
Our faculty are top-notch researchers and professors, with expertise in a host of accounting disciplines and across both private and public sectors.
Our accounting students also have many opportunities to become involved in the life of the business school through our student organizations ALPFA and Beta Alpha Psi, including the FIU Accounting Association.
The college offers a variety of scholarships to help students fund their education and prepare for the next evolution in their careers.
As someone who helped steer an immigrant family business through challenging times, Ralph L. Gazitua, President and CEO of Miami logistics firm WTDC, knows what it’s like to struggle for success. He hopes his story will inspire FIU students to reflect on their own experiences and values, and make community service a key component of […]
FIU Business student Alan Tsoi ventured into the Panther Sales Tournament for the first time this semester. “I wanted to step out of my comfort zone,” said Tsoi, who graduates in December and majors in finance and marketing. “It’s an experience that gives me skills to sell myself to an employer and also a great […]
Nearly a month away from graduation, finance major David Gomez looks back at the challenges of paying for his own college education, primarily through student loans. When he started applying, Gomez knew little about budgeting money and much less about how loans and interest rates work. Financial planning was a foreign concept. Today, Gomez is […]
MSIRE Program sets the path for real estate recovery and success. Amidst a faltering real estate market and its ultimate collapse in 2008, Jonathan Lay searched for new, stable opportunities. In South Florida, the market had softened and jobs were difficult to find. Already an FIU undergraduate alumnus, Lay enrolled in the Hollo School of […]
Doha (Qatar), Dubai and Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates) have the kind of generous healthcare funding other places – including the United States – can only envy. Seeing how this works first-hand was the opportunity of a lifetime for 40 Florida International University Healthcare MBA students and alumni. Spending almost two weeks in August, the […]
Music, networking and an innovative bingo game greeted new and returning College of Business students to the start-of-semester tradition, “Welcome to the BizLife.” A celebration of education, the September 1 event highlighted the resources the College of Business offers its students including advising, career management and international studies, as well as the multiple student organizations. […]
In the midst of the 2008 financial crisis and recession, Gerardo Gato wanted to stand out from competitors and boost his exposure in South Florida’s growing international real estate marketplace. The Hollo School of Real Estate and its Master of Science in International Real Estate (MSIRE) provided Gato with expertise in accounting and financial management […]
When it comes to business, New York City is where the world meets. Global headquarters, stock exchanges, big banks and countless opportunities draw some of the world’s finest financial minds. In the past few years, the College of Business’ Career Management Services began to introduce small groups of students to New York through company visits […]
Trillions of dollars may be missing from U.S. government coffers due to widespread corporate tax evasion and criminal money laundering strategies, according to Florida International University College of Business professor John Zdanowicz. The Department of Finance professor conducted an analysis of 12 years’ worth of U.S. Customs data and found that abnormally priced goods imported […]
They overcame challenges, started business, and helped build communities. Some combined jobs and classes with raising a family and community service. And as they graduate from the College of Business, they look to a bright future. These six students were named Worlds Ahead graduates for Summer 2016. Each was recognized by FIU President Mark B. […]