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Welcome to the Division of Accountancy, Computer Information Systems, and Finance


The Division of Accountancy, Computer Information Systems, and Finance offers four programs leading to the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA): the BBA in Accountancy, the BBA in Computer Information Systems, the BBA in Finance, and the BBA in Insurance and Real Estate. The Division offers night courses, online courses, and workshops to serve the needs of both traditional and nontraditional students.

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The Division of Accountancy, Computer Information Systems, and Finance offers four programs leading to the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA): the BBA in Accountancy, the BBA in Computer Information Systems, the BBA in Finance, and the BBA in Insurance and Real Estate. The Division offers night courses, online courses, and workshops to serve the needs of both traditional and nontraditional students.

Undergraduate Programs


ACCOUNTANCY
The Accountancy program prepares students for careers in public, management, governmental, and tax accounting and for advanced study in Accountancy and Business. Students have the opportunity to gain practical experience by working as interns with approved, cooperating companies in their senior year.

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
The Computer Information Systems area is the major field in which students are taught to use technology to create a comparative advantage for an organization they will learn to analyze, design, develop, and support computerized information systems. The program uses extensive laboratory work to enhance students understanding of the subject matter

FINANCE AND ECONOMICS
The Finance Program is designed to provide students with a thorough knowledge of the financial institutions of the modern economy, with special emphasis on application of techniques in financial decision making. The purpose of the program is to prepare students to become effective financial managers.

 

Graduate Programs


MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
The purpose of the Master of Business Administration program is to provide the student with a broad understanding of business concepts and operation.

INTEGRATED MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (i-MBA)
The Integrated Master of Business Administration is for professionals and managers seeking to develop interpersonal, managerial, leadership skills in preparation for mobility, advancement and promotional opportunities.

MASTER OF PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANCY
The management major is for the student with a broad interest in management activities and problems. He or she pursues a program of study aimed at understanding planning, organizing, and controlling, which are the basic skills needed by managers. Emphasis is also placed on a knowledge of leadership styles and decision-making techniques. The systems concept is applied to the study of methods of coordinating available resources to achieve goals of the enterprise in the most effective manner.

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Clinton Wood, J.D.
Chair, Division of Accountancy, CIS & Finance

DSU Box 3222 – Broom Hall 332
Cleveland, MS 38733
Phone: 662-846-4180