Accountancy Institute

Helping Develop More Prepared Accountants

USD's Accountancy Institute was created to support USD's mission to develop more globally minded, responsible leaders.
We regularly research and update the accountancy and taxation curriculum and create advanced learning opportunities to help students gain more relevant accountancy knowledge and experiences, and to support the accountancy community at large.

Bachelor of Accountancy Program Brochure
The Combined Bachelor of Accountancy and Master of Science in Accountancy (BACC/MACC) Brochure
Master of Science in Accountancy (MACC) Brochure
Master of Science in Taxation (MTAX) Brochure

Advanced Learning Opportunities

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The Accountancy Institute offers a variety of personalized educational opportunities as well as other networking and personal growth opportunities are available to our current students, our alumni, and other professionals from San Diego's accounting community.

Responsible, Ethics-Based Leadership

"We invite you to enhance your professional career goals and learn to manage tough ethical questions through our leadership- and ethics-based Accountancy Programs."

--Dr. Loren L. Margheim and Dr. Diane D. Pattison, Directors

 

News

Supply Chain Management Institute in USD’s School of Business Co-Hosts 5K Run to Celebrate Manufactu

Each year, Manufacturing Day allows manufacturers around the nation to address skille…

Starbucks, Walmart, Walt Disney, and More Present at the 30th Annual Supply Chain Management Fall Forum

Registration is now open for the 30th annual Supply Chain Management Fall Forum, spon…

Dalton Op-ed on Social Security Appears in the San Diego Union-Tribune

An op-ed on Social Security in the United States, written by Tom Dalton, professor of…

Events

Aug
28

Service Academy Career Conference (SACC) San Diego

8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego

Sep
11

MBA Online Information Session

11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Adobe Connect

Sep
12

Two-Day ARGUS Enterprise Training

9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Olin Hall 226