Accounting graduates are nearly always in high demand by public accounting firms, private corporations, and government agencies. Enroll in one of our undergraduate or graduate accounting programs in the Miller College of Business, and the quality will be reflected in your degree.
Ball State was the first public institution in Indiana, and one of about 170 in the world, to receive additional special accreditation for its accounting program from the Association to Advance College Schools of Business. Also called AACSB International, this organization is the key professional accrediting body for schools of business. This endorsement among the best business schools in the world reflects our high standards of excellence.
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