Accounting is the lifeblood of business. In order to remain competitive, organizations of every size need professionals who can measure economic events, process data into reports as well as communication and interpret results. Equipped with these reports, managers and executives can evaluate the overall health of their organizations and decide how to allocate resources. Today's accounting students not only possess technical knowledge of accounting but have the skills to employ the latest technology and communicate with the highest levels of management in order to achieve organizational objectives. With accounting affecting every part of an organization, it's no wonder that it is often referred to as the "language of business."

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