About the Program
The mission of the Ferrum College business programs is to offer educational programs and activities that prepare business students both personally and professionally, for the managerial challenges of the global competitive environment, through individual and group work and through the blending of instruction and experiential learning.
- Accounting Information Systems
- Advanced Accounting Theory
- Business Communication
- Business Law
- Business Policy
- Computer Applications
- Intermediate Accounting
- International Finance
- Managerial Accounting
- Money and Banking
- Principles of Accounting
There are over 50 clubs and organizations available to students at Ferrum College. These are specifically related to Accounting:
- Accounting Club
- Tax Returns: As part of Ferrum College’s motto, “Not self, but others,” Accounting majors prepare tax returns for other students and low-income county residents, free of charge.
- Internships: Students are strongly urged to explore career opportunities and to establish mentors through an internship.
What can I be with a major in Accounting?
- FBI Agent
- Fraud Examiner
- IRS Investigator
- Tax Specialist
Christine H. Stinson
Associate Professor of Accounting and Business
Program Coordinator of Accounting
B.S., Swarthmore College
M.A., College of William and Mary
M.B.A., University of Washington
Ph.D., University of Washington
Ph.D., Stanford University