Students in this concentration discover how to apply accounting principles in production, processing, or retailing sectors of the agriculture and food industry.
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Prepares students for a career in fields such as corporate accounting, public accounting or a graduate degree in accounting.
Students may complete additional and elective course work in accounting to prepare them for the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) examination.
The program is highly structured, but offers many opportunities when completed.
75 percent of graduates have jobs or are accepted to professional or graduate school by the time of graduation or shortly thereafter.
Specific courses required include Accounting and Accountancy II (202) and Case Studies in Agricultural Accounting and Financial Planning (447).
For more information about Agricultural Accounting, please contact:
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1301 W. Gregory
Urbana Illinois 61801