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Accounting is a field where students can utilize their love for numbers to ensure that organizations are correctly managing their budgets. Unlike many other math-based careers, accounting is highly rooted in real-world applications, which can be a plus for individuals who enjoy seeing how their work directly contributes to improving the functionality of their firm. Given the complexity of the tax code and key accounting principles like GAAP, most accounting professionals need to undergo years of rigorous education and training before they are ready to embark on this career path. Here you’ll find some of the best and most affordable accounting programs in the United States.


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Elizabeth City State University

ECSU is a public school located in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. This historically black college enrolls around 2,500 students across its 28 undergraduate and 4 graduate programs every year and is an important member of the University of North Carolina system. Students at Elizabeth City State University experience a 16 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio on campus. The school has a relatively high first-year retention rate of 70% but has a relatively low overall graduation rate of 39%.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $3,260
    • Out-of-state: $7,260
  • Net Price: $2,465
  • Retention Rate: 70%
  • Total Enrollment: 1,769
  • Undergrad Students: 1,692
  • Graduate Students: 77
  • Graduation Rate: 39%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 6
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CUNY Lehman College

CUNY Lehman College is a member of the City University of New York system that was first founded in 1931 and is located in the Bronx borough of New York City. The college was originally a satellite campus of Hunter College but became an independent institution named after former New York Governor and senator Herbert H. Lehman in 1967. Every year, the school serves around 13,000 undergraduate students and 2,000 graduate students at a 16 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,410
    • Out-of-state: $15,360
  • Net Price: $2,709
  • Retention Rate: 83%
  • Total Enrollment: 15,143
  • Undergrad Students: 13,002
  • Graduate Students: 2,141
  • Graduation Rate: 53%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 175
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Texas A&M International University

A&M International University is a public university in Laredo, Texas that was founded in 1969. It’s a member of the Texas A&M University System, serving around 7,000 undergraduates and 1,100 graduate students every year. Students experience a 24 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio while on campus, and the school has a first-year retention rate of 79% and an overall graduation rate of 47%. Besides a bachelor's in accounting, Texas A&M International University offers a 30-credit hour Master of Professional Accountancy program that allows students to sit for their CPA exam upon graduation.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,683
    • Out-of-state: $18,983
  • Net Price: $3,323
  • Retention Rate: 79%
  • Total Enrollment: 8,305
  • Undergrad Students: 7,220
  • Graduate Students: 1,085
  • Graduation Rate: 47%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 60
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CUNY Brooklyn College

CUNY Brooklyn College, one of the campuses of the City University of New York system, was established in 1930. It is known for its 35-acre campus in the heart of Brooklyn that serves around 15,000 undergraduate students and nearly 3,000 graduate students every year. CUNY Brooklyn College offers multiple undergraduate programs in accounting, including a minor in Accounting, B.S. in Accounting, B.S. in Accounting (internal accounting), Certificate in Accounting, Certificate in Non-Profit Fiscal Management, and a B.S. in Public Accounting and Business Management. The school also a CPA-qualifying M.S. program in Accounting.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,440
    • Out-of-state: $15,390
  • Net Price: $3,805
  • Retention Rate: 80%
  • Total Enrollment: 17,811
  • Undergrad Students: 14,970
  • Graduate Students: 2,841
  • Graduation Rate: 54%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 280
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CUNY Bernard M. Baruch College

CUNY Bernard M. Baruch College, also known as Baruch College, is a member of the City University of New York system that was first founded in 1919 as the City College School of Business and Civic Administration and became an independent school in 1968. The university serves around 15,500 undergraduates and 3,000 graduate students every year, with a 19 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,462
    • Out-of-state: $15,412
  • Net Price: $3,931
  • Retention Rate: 89%
  • Total Enrollment: 18,679
  • Undergrad Students: 15,482
  • Graduate Students: 3,197
  • Graduation Rate: 70%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 774
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The University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley

UT at Rio Grande Valley is a member of the public University of Texas System. The research university has several campus locations throughout the Rio Grande Valley region of Texas, having consolidated the University of Texas at Brownsville and the University of Texas-Pan American in 2013. UTRGV serves around 25,000 undergraduate students and 4,000 graduate students every year at a first-year retention rate of 76% and an overall graduation rate of 46%. Moreover, UTRGV’s School of Accountancy offers both bachelor’s and master’s level degrees in accounting, with the school’s central mission being to provide the most value-added educational experience by producing responsible global citizens.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $8,917
    • Out-of-state: $18,733
  • Net Price: $4,654
  • Retention Rate: 76%
  • Total Enrollment: 29,113
  • Undergrad Students: 24,965
  • Graduate Students: 4,148
  • Graduation Rate: 46%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 226
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Fayetteville State University

FSU is a historically black public university originally established in 1867 in Fayetteville, North Carolina. As part of the University of North Carolina System and the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, Fayetteville State University serves around 5,600 undergraduates and 1,000 graduate students every year. The school has a relatively high 18 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio, a first-year retention rate of 74%, and an overall graduation rate of 34%. Fayetteville State University’s Accounting program stands out because it not only offers a B.S. in Accounting but also an Accounting Online Completion Program, providing flexibility for students who are unable to attend school in the traditional classroom format.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $5,309
    • Out-of-state: $16,917
  • Net Price: $5,587
  • Retention Rate: 74%
  • Total Enrollment: 6,551
  • Undergrad Students: 5,644
  • Graduate Students: 907
  • Graduation Rate: 34%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 38
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Dalton State College

DSC is a public school founded in 1963 in Dalton, Georgia that is also a member of the University System of Georgia. First established as a junior college meant to prepare students for transfer to a four-year institution, later on, Dalton State College became a full four-year university in 1998 and has since opened a satellite campus in Ellijay in 2009. Dalton State College offers both a bachelor’s program in accounting and a full 150 semester hour program that allows students to pursue their CPA certification in both day and night program formats.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $3,683
    • Out-of-state: $10,589
  • Net Price: $6,697
  • Retention Rate: 63%
  • Total Enrollment: 4,964
  • Undergrad Students: 4,964
  • Graduate Students: 0
  • Graduation Rate: 25%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 18

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Northern New Mexico College

NNMC is a public school situated in Espanola, New Mexico that was first founded in 1909. The college serves only undergraduate students pursuing an associate degree, a bachelor’s program, or a certificate, currently enrolling around 1,100 students every year. Northern New Mexico College’s low student-to-faculty ratio of 12 to 1 ensures that students will get to interact in a close-knit academic environment. Students seeking to study accounting at Northern New Mexico College will select the Accounting Major under the Bachelor of Business Administration program, meaning that besides accounting coursework, students will also be required to complete business core courses.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $4,952
    • Out-of-state: $13,676
  • Net Price: $6,703
  • Retention Rate: 61%
  • Total Enrollment: 1,119
  • Undergrad Students: 1,119
  • Graduate Students: 0
  • Graduation Rate: 22%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 6
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Brigham Young University–Idaho

BYU–Idaho is a satellite campus of Brigham Young University located in Rexburg, Idaho that was first founded in 1888. BYU-I is religiously affiliated with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and first became a four-year institution in 2001. BYU-I only serves undergraduate students and enrolls nearly 40,000 students every year at a student-to-faculty ratio of 19 to 1. Most students are affiliated with the LDS church and choose to take a hiatus during their studies to pursue missionary work and tuition rates are generally lower due to grants from tithing donations. The average net price of enrollment in 2018-2019 was $7,038.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $4,300
    • Out-of-state: $4,300
  • Net Price: $7,038
  • Retention Rate: 70%
  • Total Enrollment: 39,145
  • Undergrad Students: 39,145
  • Graduate Students: 0
  • Graduation Rate: 60%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 156
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The University of Houston-Downtown

UH-Downtown is a member of the public University of Houston System that was founded in 1974. Its 40-acre campus in Downtown Houston and another campus in northwestern Harris County serve more than 14,000 students every year. The University of Houston-Downtown has a first-year retention rate of 73% but a relatively low overall graduation rate of 29%, though this doesn’t include those who transfer to and graduate from another school.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,222
    • Out-of-state: $17,038
  • Net Price: $7,159
  • Retention Rate: 73%
  • Total Enrollment: 14,640
  • Undergrad Students: 13,136
  • Graduate Students: 1,504
  • Graduation Rate: 29%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 250
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The University of Texas at Tyler

UT at Tyler is a public university in Tyler, Texas that was founded in 1971 as part of the University of Texas System. The school enrolls approximately 7,000 undergraduates and 2,500 graduate students every year at an 18 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio. The UT Tyler Soules College of Business houses its accounting offerings under the Department of Accounting, Finance, and Business Law, where students have the opportunity to study accounting at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Furthermore, by integrating accounting into other departmental offerings, UT Tyler also offers business law courses that satisfy the law and ethics requirements for the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy necessary to undertake the CPA exam.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $9,146
    • Out-of-state: $23,736
  • Net Price: $7,389
  • Retention Rate: 71%
  • Total Enrollment: 9,617
  • Undergrad Students: 6,995
  • Graduate Students: 2,622
  • Graduation Rate: 42%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 64
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The University of West Florida

UWF is a public university first founded in 1963 in Pensacola, Florida as part of the State University System of Florida. With a campus of 1600 acres, the University of West Florida has the third-largest campus in Florida’s public university system and an endowment of $74.6 million. The University of West Florida’s accounting degree is offered as a specialization for the BS in Business Administration at the undergraduate level, and students also have the opportunity to pursue a dual degree with specializations in both Professional Accountancy and Finance to further increase their post-graduation odds of employment. The school does not offer a Master of Accountancy but has a Certificate Program to provide students with enough hours beyond a bachelor’s education to sit for the CPA Exam.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $6,360
    • Out-of-state: $19,241
  • Net Price: $7,515
  • Retention Rate: 81%
  • Total Enrollment: 12,557
  • Undergrad Students: 9,521
  • Graduate Students: 3,036
  • Graduation Rate: 46%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 112
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Western Governors University

WGU is a private school situated in Millcreek, Utah that was established in 1997. The school stands out for its mission to expand learning opportunities through an online competency-based learning model, serving around 100,000 undergraduate and 36,000 graduate students every year. Western Governors University offers an online BS in Business Administration with an Accounting concentration and an online Master of Accounting program for students looking to become CPAs, offering students the ease of learning on-the-go and fitting their education to their personal needs.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $6,670
    • Out-of-state: $6,670
  • Net Price: $7,785
  • Retention Rate: 73%
  • Total Enrollment: 136,139
  • Undergrad Students: 98,630
  • Graduate Students: 37,509
  • Graduation Rate: 21%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 1,125
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Louisiana State University-Alexandria

LSU of Alexandria is a public university that was first founded in 1959 and is part of the Lousiana State University System. LSUA was originally established as a two-year college and currently resides on the grounds of the former Oakland Plantation, lending the campus many picturesque oak trees, many dating back to the nineteenth century. LSUA enrolls around 3,400 undergraduate students a year at a 16 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $6,669
    • Out-of-state:$14,024
  • Net Price: $7,838
  • Retention Rate: 58%
  • Total Enrollment: 3,381
  • Undergrad Students: 3,381
  • Graduate Students: 0
  • Graduation Rate: 28%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 80
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The University of Missouri-St. Louis

The University of Missouri-St. Louis is the newest public research in the University of Missouri System, having been established in 1963. The university’s campus was formerly the Bellerive Country Club and covers land in the Bellerive, Bel-Nor, and Normandy municipalities of St. Louis, Missouri. UMSL serves around 13,000 undergraduate students and 3,000 graduate students every year at a student-to-faculty ratio of 19 to 1. The university offers a BS in Accounting and a Master of Accounting, both accredited by AACSB International.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $10,573
    • Out-of-state: $27,972
  • Net Price: $7,977
  • Retention Rate: 77%
  • Total Enrollment: 15,988
  • Undergrad Students: 13,026
  • Graduate Students: 2,962
  • Graduation Rate: 52%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 134

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Southeastern Oklahoma State University

SOSU is a public university that was first established in Durant, Oklahoma in 1909. It is a member of the Regional University System of Oklahoma and enrolls around 5,000 students a year. Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s Accounting Program requires 36 credit hours of Business Core and 18 credit hours of upper-level accounting coursework, providing a well-rounded education. Students can also take their degree fully online, allowing for a flexible approach to higher education. Other perks include accounting internships across campus offices and filing taxes for free every year with the school's Accounting Department.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $6,750
    • Out-of-state: $15,390
  • Net Price: $8,061
  • Retention Rate: 62%
  • Total Enrollment: 5,049
  • Undergrad Students: 3,168
  • Graduate Students: 1,881
  • Graduation Rate: 35%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 11
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Cameron University

CU is a public university situated in Lawton, Oklahoma that was originally founded in 1908 as one of six agricultural high schools in the state. Each year, Cameron University enrolls around 3,800 undergraduates and 300 graduate students at a student-to-faculty ratio of 19 to 1. The university offers athletics opportunities for students who are so inclined and is a member of the NCAA’s Division II Lone Star Conference.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $6,450
    • Out-of-state: $15,870
  • Net Price: $8,110
  • Retention Rate: 67%
  • Total Enrollment: 4,142
  • Undergrad Students: 3,816
  • Graduate Students: 326
  • Graduation Rate: 21%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 29
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Utah Valley University

UVU is a public university founded in 1941 in Orem, Utah as a state vocational school, achieving university status in 2008. Every year, Utah Valley University serves around 41,000 students, of which only a few hundred are graduate students. The student-to-faculty ratio is 24 to 1, meaning that most students will enroll in medium-sized classes and may not get as much close interaction with their professors as they would at schools with a lower ratio. Utah Valley’s first-year retention rate is 65% and its overall graduation rate is relatively low at 32%, though this doesn’t include those who transfer to other institutions.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $5,906
    • Out-of-state: $16,806
  • Net Price: $8,267
  • Retention Rate: 65%
  • Total Enrollment: 41,728
  • Undergrad Students: 41,186
  • Graduate Students: 542
  • Graduation Rate: 32%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 176
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Grantham University

GU is a for-profit, online university that was first created in 1951. It is headquartered in Lenexa, Kansas, and serves around 6,000 undergraduates and 1,000 graduate students every year via distance learning programs. The cost of attendance is relatively affordable, with the 2018-2019 average net price at $8,400. However, students should be aware that the first-year retention rate is low at 40% and the overall graduation rate is only 22%, though many online students may transfer to local schools after getting into their degree programs.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $8,280
    • Out-of-state: $8,280
  • Net Price: $8,400
  • Retention Rate: 40%
  • Total Enrollment: 7,079
  • Undergrad Students: 5,896
  • Graduate Students: 1,183
  • Graduation Rate: 22%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 19
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The University of Texas at El Paso

UT at El Paso is a public research university that was founded in 1914. It is a member of the University of Texas System and around 80% of its student population is Mexican-American student population. UTEP enrolls around 21,000 undergraduates and 4,000 graduate students every year, who can enjoy the annual Sun Bowl college football competition every winter. UTEP offers a Bachelor of Business Administration with a focus in Accounting, preparing students for careers in financial, managerial, cost, tax, systems, international, and not-for-profit accounting.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $9,450
    • Out-of-state: $24,516
  • Net Price: $8,414
  • Retention Rate: 75%
  • Total Enrollment: 25,177
  • Undergrad Students: 21,427
  • Graduate Students: 3,750
  • Graduation Rate: 37%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 177
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Bluefield State University

BSC was originally founded in 1895 in Bluefield, West Virginia as a black college, though now the majority of enrolled students are white. It is now a member of West Virginia’s public education system and is the only non-residential four-year college in that system. Bluefield State University serves around 1,200 undergraduate students annually at a student-to-faculty ratio of 13 to 1, allowing for a close-knit educational experience. The school has a first-year retention rate of 56% and an overall graduation rate of 31%.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,680
    • Out-of-state: $14,544
  • Net Price: $8,445
  • Retention Rate: 56%
  • Total Enrollment: 1,241
  • Undergrad Students: 1,241
  • Graduate Students: 0
  • Graduation Rate: 31%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 0
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Marshall University

MU is a public research university founded in 1837 in Huntington, West Virginia. Every year, Marshall University enrolls around 9,400 undergraduates and 3,400 graduate students at an 18 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio. The university’s accounting program is offered through its Department of Accountancy and Legal Environment as a specialization within its Bachelor of Business Administration program, and the school also offers an MS in Accountancy.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $8,512
    • Out-of-state: $19,366
  • Net Price: $8,508
  • Retention Rate: 73%
  • Total Enrollment: 12,852
  • Undergrad Students: 9,415
  • Graduate Students: 3,437
  • Graduation Rate: 49%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 57
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California State University-Northridge

CSU-Northridge is the third-largest university of the public California State University system by student enrollment. Located in the Northridge area of Los Angeles, Cal State Northridge serves around 35,000 undergraduates and 4,500 graduate students every year. The university offers accounting degrees through its Department of Accounting and Information Systems, where students can undertake a B.S. in Accountancy, B.S. in Information System, a minor in Information Systems, a Masters in Professional Accountancy, or a Masters in Science in Taxation.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,017
    • Out-of-state: $18,897
  • Net Price: $8,694
  • Retention Rate: 81%
  • Total Enrollment: 39,910
  • Undergrad Students: 34,799
  • Graduate Students: 5,111
  • Graduation Rate: 55%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 301
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Lincoln University

LU, in Missouri, is a public historically black land-grant university that was founded in 1866 in Jefferson City by black veterans of the American Civil War. Now, Lincoln University serves around 2,300 undergraduates and 100 graduate students every year, who experience a student-to-faculty ratio of 15 to 1. The university’s first-year retention rate is 54%.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $8,370
    • Out-of-state: $15,360
  • Net Price: $8,711
  • Retention Rate: 54%
  • Total Enrollment: 2,436
  • Undergrad Students: 2,323
  • Graduate Students: 113
  • Graduation Rate: 27%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 8
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Peirce College

PC is a private college that was established in 1865 in Philadelphia and is currently best known for providing services for adult learners. Every year, Peirce College’s approximately 1,000 undergraduate and 100 graduate students enjoy a 13 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio, which ensures that students can learn in a small classroom environment that allows them to get to know their professors. Peirce’s B.S. in Accounting is accredited by ACBSP and the college even allows students to learn fully online with weekly virtual meetings with professors to accommodate the needs of adult learners.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $15,060
    • Out-of-state: $15,060
  • Net Price: $8,711
  • Retention Rate: 50%
  • Total Enrollment: 1,178
  • Undergrad Students: 1,089
  • Graduate Students: 89
  • Graduation Rate: 42%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 15
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Louisiana State University-Shreveport

LSU-Shreveport is a member of the Louisiana State University System that was established in 1967. Every year, LSUS serves around 2,500 undergraduates and 6,000 graduate students at a student-to-faculty ratio of 27 to 1. The University has a first-year retention rate of 65%, which is a solid number. The net price of attendance is also affordable, with the 2018-2019 school year costing students an average of $8,834.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,160
    • Out-of-state: $20,314
  • Net Price: $8,834
  • Retention Rate: 65%
  • Total Enrollment: 8,579
  • Undergrad Students: 2,577
  • Graduate Students: 6,002
  • Graduation Rate: 31%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 24
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The University of North Texas at Dallas

UNT is a public research university that was first established in 1890 as the Texas Normal College and Teacher Training Institute in Denton, Texas. Now, UNT has become the flagship institution for the University of North Texas System, serving around 3,400 undergraduates and 800 graduate students per year. On-campus, students experience a 17 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio. UNT has a high first-year retention rate of 70%

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $8,143
    • Out-of-state: $21,787
  • Net Price: $9,062
  • Retention Rate: 70%
  • Total Enrollment: 4,209
  • Undergrad Students: 3,419
  • Graduate Students: 790
  • Graduation Rate: 17%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 37
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North Carolina A&T State University

NC A&T State University is a public, historically black land-grant research university that was founded in 1891 in Greensboro, North Carolina. It’s currently a member of the University of North Carolina System and was originally known as the Agricultural and Mechanical College for the Colored Race. Serving around 11,000 undergraduates and 1,500 graduate students, NC A&T is currently the largest historically black university in the United States. With a student-to-faculty ratio of 18 to 1, students can enjoy medium-sized classes that foster closer peer-to-peer and student-teacher relationships.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $6,657
    • Out-of-state: $20,167
  • Net Price: $9,097
  • Retention Rate: 79%
  • Total Enrollment: 12,556
  • Undergrad Students: 11,039
  • Graduate Students: 1,517
  • Graduation Rate: 51%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 40
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University of Houston-Clear Lake

UH-Clear Lake is a member of the public University of Houston System that was founded in 1971. UHCL’s main campus is located in Pasadena and Houston, with satellite campuses in Pearland and Texas Medical Center. UTCL enrolls around 6,400 undergraduate students and 2,600 graduate students every year at a 17 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio. Furthermore, UHCL’s Department of Accounting is one of only two programs in Houston with AACSB International accreditation.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,504
    • Out-of-state: $20,752
  • Net Price: $9,215
  • Retention Rate: 80%
  • Total Enrollment: 9,082
  • Undergrad Students: 6,439
  • Graduate Students: 2,643
  • Graduation Rate: NA
  • Diplomas Awarded: 158
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Heritage University

HU is a private university located on the Yakama Indian Reservation in Toppenish, Washington that was first established in 1907 by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. Every year, Heritage University serves around 1,000 total students with a 6 to 1 student-to-faculty, ensuring that students can study within a small educational community and form close bonds with their classmates and teachers. The school’s first-year retention rate is 74%.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $18,332
    • Out-of-state: $18,332
  • Net Price: $9,255
  • Retention Rate: 74%
  • Total Enrollment: 971
  • Undergrad Students: 827
  • Graduate Students: 144
  • Graduation Rate: 41%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 11

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Arizona State University-West

ASU is a public research university founded in 1885 with its main campus in Phoenix, Arizona. ASU is one of the largest public universities in the United States, with five regional campuses, nearly 150,000 attending in-person classes, and 38,000 online students. ASU is well-known for its sports teams, competing in 26 varsity-level sports in the NCAA Division Pac-12 Conference. Its W.P. Carey School of Accountancy is consistently ranked among the top national accounting programs in the United States by leading reports like U.S. News & World Report.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $11,338
    • Out-of-state: $29,428
  • Net Price: $9,349
  • Retention Rate: N/A
  • Total Enrollment: 4,929
  • Undergrad Students: 4,601
  • Graduate Students: 328
  • Graduation Rate: 48%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 271
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Central State University

CSU is a public land-grant university that was founded in 1887 in Wilberforce, Ohio as a black university. Now, Central State University enrolls around 2,000 undergraduate students a year, who experience a low 14 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio on campus, ensuring that there are opportunities for students to get to know their professors on a personal level.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $6,726
    • Out-of-state: $8,726
  • Net Price: $9,389
  • Retention Rate: 46%
  • Total Enrollment: 2,033
  • Undergrad Students: 2,033
  • Graduate Students: 0
  • Graduation Rate: 28%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 5
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Northern Kentucky University

NKU is a public university situated in Highland Heights, Kentucky that was first founded in 1968. It’s part of Kentucky’s state system and mostly supports undergraduate studies, with 12,000 college students and around 2,000 graduate students enrolled every year. Northern Kentucky University’s accounting program stands out in that every student graduates with a B.S. in Business Administration where the first two years are spent taking core business classes before specializing later on. This provides future accountants with a solid business foundation necessary to support organizational growth later in their careers.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $10,296
    • Out-of-state: $20,256
  • Net Price: $9,412
  • Retention Rate: 72%
  • Total Enrollment: 15,664
  • Undergrad Students: 11,868
  • Graduate Students: 3,796
  • Graduation Rate: 46%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 36
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Northeastern State University

NSU is a public university that was founded in 1909 in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. It also has two branch campuses in Muskogee and Broken Arrow and offers students the opportunity to pursue online degrees to better match their learning schedules and individual needs. Northwestern State University is also the oldest institution of higher learning in Oklahoma and students preparing to focus on accounting at the undergraduate level will pursue a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a specialization in accounting.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $6,915
    • Out-of-state: $15,315
  • Net Price: $9,415
  • Retention Rate: 60%
  • Total Enrollment: 7,517
  • Undergrad Students: 6,289
  • Graduate Students: 1,228
  • Graduation Rate: 33%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 67
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University of Washington-Bothell

UW-Bothell is a branch campus of the University of Washington that was established in 1990 offering 40 bachelor’s and master’s degree programs. Every year, UW Bothell serves around 5,300 undergraduate and 600 graduate students at a student-to-faculty ratio of 23 to 1. UW Bothell’s undergraduate business school offers a two-year Accounting Option for students interested in taking the Certified Management Accounting exam upon graduation and also offers an MS in Accounting for students looking to become CPAs.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $11,649
    • Out-of-state: $39,018
  • Net Price: $9,469
  • Retention Rate: 83%
  • Total Enrollment: 5,913
  • Undergrad Students: 5,350
  • Graduate Students: 563
  • Graduation Rate: 69%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 91
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Savannah State University

SSU is a historically black public university that was built in Savannah, Georgia in 1890. The university serves around 3,500 undergraduates and 100 graduate students every year, who enjoy a 17 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio on campus. Savannah State University’s first-year retention rate is solid at 61%.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $5,902
    • Out-of-state: $16,624
  • Net Price: $9,557
  • Retention Rate: 61%
  • Total Enrollment: 3,668
  • Undergrad Students: 3,482
  • Graduate Students: 186
  • Graduation Rate: 29%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 30
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Rhode Island College

RIC is a public institution of higher education founded in 1854 in Providence, Rhode Island. As the second oldest college in the state behind Brown University, Rhode Island College is situated on 180-acres of land. The college’s approximately 7,500 undergraduates and 1,500 graduate students can enjoy athletics as part of the NCAA Division III conference.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $10,260
    • Out-of-state: $24,735
  • Net Price: $9,572
  • Retention Rate: 75%
  • Total Enrollment: 7,523
  • Undergrad Students: 6,432
  • Graduate Students: 1,091
  • Graduation Rate: 49%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 93
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The University of Alaska-Fairbanks

UA-Fairbanks is a public land-grant research university situated in College, Alaska. Founded in 1917, UAF is considered the flagship institution of the University of Alaska system, enjoying high research activity, particularly in areas like agriculture, arctic biology, and geophysics. UAF enrolls around 6,200 undergraduates and 1,000 graduate students every year, who enjoy a very low 10 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio on campus.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,176
    • Out-of-state: $21,312
  • Net Price: $9,643
  • Retention Rate: 73%
  • Total Enrollment: 7,179
  • Undergrad Students: 6,206
  • Graduate Students: 973
  • Graduation Rate: 35%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 23
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Northwestern Oklahoma State University

Northwestern Oklahoma State University is a public university situated in Alva, Oklahoma. After it was first established in 1897 as Northwestern Territorial Normal School, NWOSU subsequently opened satellite locations in Enid and Woodward. Now, NWOSU enrolls around 1,800 undergraduates and 100 graduate students every year. The university has a bit of a low first-year retention rate at 57%, but it is an inexpensive way to graduate college or at least start your college education.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $8,173
    • Out-of-state: $15,286
  • Net Price: $9,660
  • Retention Rate: 57%
  • Total Enrollment: 1,970
  • Undergrad Students: 1,767
  • Graduate Students: 203
  • Graduation Rate: 31%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 9
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University of Louisiana at Monroe

UL at Monroe is a public school in the University of Louisiana System that was first established by space-grant in 1931. Every year, the University of Louisiana at Monroe serves around 7,000 undergraduates and 1,600 graduate students at an 18 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio. The university’s accounting program is one of four AACSB accredited programs in the state of Louisiana.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $9,070
    • Out-of-state: $21,170
  • Net Price: $9,710
  • Retention Rate: 73%
  • Total Enrollment: 8,673
  • Undergrad Students: 6,948
  • Graduate Students: 1,725
  • Graduation Rate: 47%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 24
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Fairmont State University

FSU is a public university that was created in 1865 in Fairmont, West Virginia. The school has satellite locations in Harrison County, Clarksburg, and Bridgeport, West Virginia as well. Every year, around 3,500 undergraduates and 300 graduate students enroll at Fairmont. On-campus, students experience a 15 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio, which allows for students to form stronger relationships with their peers and professors than at universities with a higher ratio.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,738
    • Out-of-state: $16,814
  • Net Price: $9,733
  • Retention Rate: 62%
  • Total Enrollment: 3,803
  • Undergrad Students: 3,563
  • Graduate Students: 240
  • Graduation Rate: 41%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 6
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University of South Florida

USF is a public research university in the State University System of Florida that was founded in 1956. At its main campus in Tampa, Florida, the university enrolls around 32,000 undergraduates and 12,000 graduate students, making it the seventh-largest public university in the United States. The University of South Florida boasts a first-year retention rate of 91% and an overall graduation rate of 75%, signaling that most students who attend are satisfied with the quality of education and social atmosphere they experience at the school.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $6,410
    • Out-of-state: $17,324
  • Net Price: $9,787
  • Retention Rate: 91%
  • Total Enrollment: 44,246
  • Undergrad Students: 32,684
  • Graduate Students: 11,562
  • Graduation Rate: 75%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 410
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Midwestern State University

MSU is a public university situated in Wichita Falls, Texas that was founded in 1922. It is best known for being Texas’ only public liberal arts institution of higher learning and for being unaffiliated with a state public university system. Midwestern serves around 5,200 undergraduates and 700 graduate students every year, who experience a 17 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio on campus. The average net price of attendance for the 2018-2019 school year was $9799, indicating that the school is relatively affordable.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $9,796
    • Out-of-state: $11,746
  • Net Price: $9,799
  • Retention Rate: 67%
  • Total Enrollment: 5,969
  • Undergrad Students: 5,226
  • Graduate Students: 743
  • Graduation Rate: 45%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 30
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Texas Woman’s University

TWU is a public university situated in Denton, Texas that was founded in 1901. Although it was first founded as a state-supported women’s college, the school has since become co-educational and has established health science centers in Dallas and Houston. Every year, Texas Woman’s University enrolls around 10,500 undergraduates and 5,000 graduate students. The university offers a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting, as well as a 15-month online MBA - Accounting program costing as little as $17,000.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $8,255
    • Out-of-state: $18,071
  • Net Price: $9,830
  • Retention Rate: 73%
  • Total Enrollment: 15,886
  • Undergrad Students: 10,598
  • Graduate Students: 5,288
  • Graduation Rate: 43%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 21

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University of North Florida

UNF is a public institution of higher education that was founded in 1965 in Jacksonville, Florida. It’s part of the State University System of Florida and boasts a 1300-acre campus amidst Jacksonville’s nature preserve, ensuring a scenic undergraduate experience. UNF offers a Bachelor of Business Administration with a specialization in Accounting, and students who have declared an Accounting major have a chance to earn honors status if they maintain a 3.5 GPA, join an Accounting Honor Society, and fulfill extra requirements like undertaking an accounting internship or semester abroad program.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $6,389
    • Out-of-state: $20,793
  • Net Price: $9,857
  • Retention Rate: 83%
  • Total Enrollment: 17,117
  • Undergrad Students: 14,734
  • Graduate Students: 2,383
  • Graduation Rate: 67%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 128
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Florida Atlantic University

FAU is a public research university in the State University System of Florida that was founded in 1961 in Boca Raton, Florida. Since then, the school has built branch locations in Dania Beach, Davie, Fort Lauderdale, Jupiter, and Force Piece. FAU enrolls around 25,000 undergraduates and 5,000 graduate students every year, who experience a 21 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio on campus.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $4,879
    • Out-of-state: $17,324
  • Net Price: $9,861
  • Retention Rate: 81%
  • Total Enrollment: 30,061
  • Undergrad Students: 24,740
  • Graduate Students: 5,321
  • Graduation Rate: 50%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 501
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Florida International University

FIU is a public university situated in University Park, Florida. It is one of the State University System of Florida’s twelve college campuses and was founded in 1965, becoming the largest university in South Florida and fourth largest in the United States by study body size. Florida International University’s School of Accounting offers a Bachelor of Accounting degree that connects students to internship opportunities with top firms and professionals in the field, as well as a Master of Accounting with specializations in Assurance, Taxation, and Analytics.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $6,565
    • Out-of-state: $18,963
  • Net Price: $9,888
  • Retention Rate: 89%
  • Total Enrollment: 58,711
  • Undergrad Students: 49,326
  • Graduate Students: 9,385
  • Graduation Rate: 63%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 349
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The University of North Carolina at Pembroke

UNC at Pembroke is a public school in the University of North Carolina System that was built in 1887. UNC Pembroke’s campus is located in a small town at a distance from other civilization, providing a quiet learning environment for students. Currently, UNC Pembroke serves around 6,300 undergraduates and 1,300 graduate students a year at an 18 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio. The university’s first-year retention rate is an excellent 72%.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $3,456
    • Out-of-state: $7,456
  • Net Price: $9,888
  • Retention Rate: 72%
  • Total Enrollment: 7,698
  • Undergrad Students: 6,353
  • Graduate Students: 1,345
  • Graduation Rate: 41%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 11
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East Central University

ECU is a public university with its flagship campus situated in Ada, Oklahoma that was first built in 1909. It is a member of the Oklahoma Regional University System and serves around 3,000 undergraduates and 600 graduate students every year. East Central University’s first-year retention rate is solid at 64%. The school is relatively affordable, with the 2018-2019 net price of attendance coming in at $9,893.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,052
    • Out-of-state: $16,412
  • Net Price: $9,893
  • Retention Rate: 64%
  • Total Enrollment: 3,613
  • Undergrad Students: 2,981
  • Graduate Students: 632
  • Graduation Rate: 37%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 45
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New Mexico State University

NMSU is a public land-grant research university that was first established in 1888. NMSU’s main campus location is in Las Cruces, New Mexico, and is considered one of the two flagships of New Mexico’s public system of higher education. Every year, NMSU enrolls around 11,600 undergraduates and 2,600 graduate students at a 16 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio. The school’s Accounting & Information Systems Department offers a Bachelor of Accountancy, a minor in Accounting, and a Master of Accountancy.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,301
    • Out-of-state: $23,767
  • Net Price: $9,930
  • Retention Rate: 75%
  • Total Enrollment: 14,296
  • Undergrad Students: 11,675
  • Graduate Students: 2,621
  • Graduation Rate: 48%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 67
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Clayton State University

CSU is a public university in the University System of Georgia that is situated in Morrow, Georgia. Every year, Clayton State University enrolls around 6,400 undergraduates and 400 graduate students at a 19 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio. On-campus, students can enjoy the university’s picturesque 192 acres of wooded grounds and five lakes.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $5,568
    • Out-of-state: $16,290
  • Net Price: $10,037
  • Retention Rate: 71%
  • Total Enrollment: 6,879
  • Undergrad Students: 6,368
  • Graduate Students: 511
  • Graduation Rate: 30%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 37
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The University of Maine at Augusta

UM at Augusta is a public university founded in 1965 as part of the University of Maine System. Each year, the University of Maine at Augusta serves around 4,300 undergraduate students. The school’s low 14 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio means that students have a much higher chance of taking smaller classes, which provides the opportunity for them to get to know their classmates and professors on a personal level. The university’s first-year retention rate is solid at 61%.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $8,378
    • Out-of-state: $18,788
  • Net Price: $10,046
  • Retention Rate: 61%
  • Total Enrollment: 4,361
  • Undergrad Students: 4,361
  • Graduate Students: 0
  • Graduation Rate: 13%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 17
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University of Houston-Victoria

UH-Victoria is a public institution of higher education established in 1973 as part of the University of Houston System. The school’s main campus in Victoria consists of 20 acres of land, and it also has an expanded location at UHV Katy. Currently, UHV enrolls over 4,300 students a year. Students at UHV interested in sports can compete in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Division I in the Red River Athletic Conference.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,313
    • Out-of-state: $17,129
  • Net Price: $10,063
  • Retention Rate: 61%
  • Total Enrollment: 4,506
  • Undergrad Students: 3,367
  • Graduate Students: 1,139
  • Graduation Rate: 19%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 55
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The University of Wisconsin-Parkside

UW-Parkside is a public university that was established in 1968 in Kenosha, Wisconsin as part of the University of Wisconsin System. The university offers 33 undergraduate majors and 11 master’s programs to its approximately 6,300 enrolled students. Additionally, the University of Wisconsin-Parkside’s Business department and accounting program has been accredited by AACSB.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,444
    • Out-of-state: $15,714
  • Net Price: $10,154
  • Retention Rate: 73%
  • Total Enrollment: 4,388
  • Undergrad Students: 3,906
  • Graduate Students: 482
  • Graduation Rate: 44%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 32
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Purdue University Northwest

Purdue Northwest is a public school with two separate campuses in Hammond and Westville, Indiana. It is a recent addition to the Purdue University system, having been established in 2016, and offers more than 70-degree programs to around 9,000 undergraduates and 1,000 graduate students. The school’s first-year retention rate is better than solid at 67%.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,942
    • Out-of-state: $14,734
  • Net Price: $10,157
  • Retention Rate: 67%
  • Total Enrollment: 10,006
  • Undergrad Students: 9,106
  • Graduate Students: 900
  • Graduation Rate: 38%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 91
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Eastern New Mexico University

ENMU is a public university established in 1927 in Portales, New Mexico with two other degree-granting satellite locations at Ruidoso and Roswell. This university is well-known for being a federally designated Hispanic-serving institution and a member of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities. ENMU’s Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting stands out for its flexibility in helping students finance their education, offering 7 scholarships specifically dedicated to accounting majors and supportive part-time job opportunities on campus.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $6,648
    • Out-of-state: $8,688
  • Net Price: $10,338
  • Retention Rate: 63%
  • Total Enrollment: 5,685
  • Undergrad Students: 4,465
  • Graduate Students: 1,220
  • Graduation Rate: 36%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 25
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Missouri Western State University

MWSU is a public university founded in 1915 in Saint Joseph, Missouri. The university educates around 5,300 undergraduate and 300 graduate students every year. Students enjoy a 16 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio on campus and the cost of education is fairly affordable, with the average net price of attendance for the 2018-2019 school year coming out to $10,383.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $8,875
    • Out-of-state: $15,300
  • Net Price: $10,383
  • Retention Rate: 63%
  • Total Enrollment: 5,608
  • Undergrad Students: 5,367
  • Graduate Students: 241
  • Graduation Rate: 38%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 25
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Shepherd University

SU is a public university founded in 1871 and based in Shepherdstown, West Virginia. The university boasts a 14 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio and serves around 3,500 undergraduates and graduate students every year. Students at Shepherd undertake a comprehensive accounting major, where they dedicate 78 credit hours of study to accounting and business administration. Shepherd stands out as having had the highest pass rates on the CPA exam within the state of West Virginia for several years, sporting a 66.7% pass rate for first-time test-takers in 2018.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,784
    • Out-of-state: $18,224
  • Net Price: $10,390
  • Retention Rate: 71%
  • Total Enrollment: 3,554
  • Undergrad Students: 3,200
  • Graduate Students: 354
  • Graduation Rate: 49%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 7

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Texas A&M University-Texarkana

A&M University at Texarkana is a public institution that was established in 1971 as part of the Texas A&M University System. A particular draw to this institution is that students who reside in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and parts of Louisiana can attend for in-state tuition rates, greatly saving on the cost of education. Every year, A&M-Texarkana enrolls around 1,700 undergraduates and 300 graduate students, boasting a low student-to-faculty ratio of 12 to 1.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,764
    • Out-of-state: $20,273
  • Net Price: $10,412
  • Retention Rate: 59%
  • Total Enrollment: 2,068
  • Undergrad Students: 1,716
  • Graduate Students: 352
  • Graduation Rate: 34%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 22
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Oklahoma Panhandle State University

OPSU is a public university that was first established in 1909 in Goodwell, Oklahoma. The university supports around 1,200 undergraduate students every year, who experience a 16 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio on campus. The average net price of enrollment is relatively affordable, coming in at $10,435 for the 2018-2019 school year.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,384
    • Out-of-state: $8,128
  • Net Price: $10,435
  • Retention Rate: 48%
  • Total Enrollment: 1,241
  • Undergrad Students: 1,241
  • Graduate Students: 0
  • Graduation Rate: 28%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 10
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The University of Florida

UF is a public land-grant university in the State University System of Florida that was originally established in 1853. Its Gainesville location has been its main campus location since 1906 and enrolls around 35,000 undergraduates and 17,000 graduate students a year, making it one of the largest universities in the United States. The University of Florida is not only well-known for its research, boasting two Nobel laureates and several Pulitzer Prize winners among its faculty and alumni, but is also an important athletics presence in the NCAA Division I Southern Conference.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $6,381
    • Out-of-state: $28,659
  • Net Price: $10,457
  • Retention Rate: 97%
  • Total Enrollment: 52,407
  • Undergrad Students: 35,405
  • Graduate Students: 17,002
  • Graduation Rate: 88%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 226
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West Virginia University Institute of Technology

WVU Institute of Technology is a public college that was founded in 1895 in Beckley, West Virginia. It is considered a regional campus of West Virginia University and supports around 1,800 undergraduate students every year, who enjoy a low 14 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio on campus. WVU Tech has a full-time retention rate of around 57%, meaning a majority of students find their classes supportive enough to return for a second year.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,560
    • Out-of-state: $18,912
  • Net Price: $10,502
  • Retention Rate: 57%
  • Total Enrollment: 1,794
  • Undergrad Students: 1,794
  • Graduate Students: 0
  • Graduation Rate: 21%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 9
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Appalachian State University

Appalachian State University is a public institution of higher education that was founded in 1899 in Boone, North Carolina as a teacher's college. It is part of the University of North Carolina System and offers 150 bachelor’s degrees and 70 master’s programs to its nearly 20,000 students every year. Appalachian State’s Department of Accounting sits within the Walker College of Business and offers a BS in Business Administration and an MS in Accounting.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,410
    • Out-of-state: $22,217
  • Net Price: $10,525
  • Retention Rate: 88%
  • Total Enrollment: 19,280
  • Undergrad Students: 17,518
  • Graduate Students: 1,762
  • Graduation Rate: 73%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 113
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Arkansas Tech University

Arkansas Tech is a public university that was first established by space-grant in 1909 in Russellville, Arkansas. Every year, Arkansas Tech supports around 11,000 undergraduate and 800 graduate students, who have a great first-year retention rate of 70%. The average net price of attendance is affordable, coming in at $10,537 for the 2018-2019 school year.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,668
    • Out-of-state: $13,236
  • Net Price: $10,537
  • Retention Rate: 70%
  • Total Enrollment: 11,829
  • Undergrad Students: 11,015
  • Graduate Students: 814
  • Graduation Rate: 38%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 17
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Harris-Stowe State University

HSSU is a historically black public school that was founded in 1857 in St. Louis, Missouri. Today, Harris-Stowe offers 50 educational programs to approximately 1,600 undergraduate students. While on campus, students study in a 17 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio environment, which allows for smaller classroom settings. The average net price of attendance was just $10,551 for the 2018-2019 school year.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $5,484
    • Out-of-state: $10,116
  • Net Price: $10,551
  • Retention Rate: 55%
  • Total Enrollment: 1,630
  • Undergrad Students: 1,630
  • Graduate Students: 0
  • Graduation Rate: 17%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 12
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The University of Washington-Tacoma

UW-Tacoma is one of three campus locations of the University of Washing, having opened in 1990 and become a permanent fixture in 1997. Every year, UW Tacoma enrolls around 4,500 undergraduates and 800 graduate students. Its Milgard School of Business offers both a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with an Accounting specialization and a STEM-approved MS in Accounting, which can provide international students with extended work visa benefits beyond graduation.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $11,889
    • Out-of-state: $39,258
  • Net Price: $10,620
  • Retention Rate: 80%
  • Total Enrollment: 5,329
  • Undergrad Students: 4,588
  • Graduate Students: 741
  • Graduation Rate: 56%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 110
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University of Michigan-Dearborn

UM-Dearborn is one of two regional campuses of the University of Michigan that was first established in 1959. UM-Dearborn provides more than 100 undergraduate majors and 40 master's programs for its roughly 9,000 students. On-campus, students experience a 16 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio and can expect an excellent 81% retention rate.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $13,552
    • Out-of-state: $27,520
  • Net Price: $10,634
  • Retention Rate: 81%
  • Total Enrollment: 9,191
  • Undergrad Students: 6,910
  • Graduate Students: 2,281
  • Graduation Rate: 56%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 77
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SUNY College at Old Westbury

The State University of New York College at Old Westbury is a public institution of higher education that was founded in 1965 in Old Westbury, New York with parts of the campus extending to Jericho. SUNY at Old Westbury is known as the only public liberal arts college on Long Island and educates around 4,800 undergraduates and 300 graduate students every year. The university has an excellent first-year retention rate of 76%.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $8,122
    • Out-of-state: $18,032
  • Net Price: $10,686
  • Retention Rate: 76%
  • Total Enrollment: 5,126
  • Undergrad Students: 4,809
  • Graduate Students: 317
  • Graduation Rate: 48%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 106
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Jacksonville State University

JSU is a public university that was first founded in 1883 in Jacksonville, Alabama. Currently, Jacksonville State University enrolls around 7,700 undergraduates and 1,300 graduate students every year, who experience an 18 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio on campus. The university’s first-year retention rate is excellent at 76%.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $11,120
    • Out-of-state: $20,840
  • Net Price: $10,689
  • Retention Rate: 76%
  • Total Enrollment: 9,021
  • Undergrad Students: 7,749
  • Graduate Students: 1,272
  • Graduation Rate: 41%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 52
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University of Washington-Seattle

UW’s Seattle campus was founded in 1861, making it one of the oldest universities on the West Coast of the United States. Every year, UW Seattle enrolls around 32,000 undergraduates and 15,000 graduate students across 140 academic departments. UW Seattle’s Foster School of Business has the highest CPA pass rate in Washington state, averaging around 77% per graduating class.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $11,745
    • Out-of-state: $39,114
  • Net Price: $10,692
  • Retention Rate: 95%
  • Total Enrollment: 47,576
  • Undergrad Students: 32,046
  • Graduate Students: 15,530
  • Graduation Rate: 84%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 125
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The University of North Georgia

UNG is a public senior military college that was established in 1873. It has multiple campuses around the state, is the sixth-largest university in Georgia, and is part of the University System of Georgia. Every year, the University of North Georgia enrolls around 20,000 students, who experience an 18 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio. The school’s first-year retention rate is excellent at 79%.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $4,976
    • Out-of-state: $14,481
  • Net Price: $10,730
  • Retention Rate: 79%
  • Total Enrollment: 19,748
  • Undergrad Students: 19,036
  • Graduate Students: 712
  • Graduation Rate: 38%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 89
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University of New Orleans

UNO is a public research university founded in 1956 as part of the University of Louisiana System. Currently, the University of New Orleans serves around 6,700 undergraduates and 1,500 graduate students a year. The University of New Orleans’ Department of Accounting stands out for being one of only 180 schools worldwide that have gained AACSB International accounting accreditation.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $9,072
    • Out-of-state: $13,908
  • Net Price: $10,780
  • Retention Rate: 68%
  • Total Enrollment: 8,231
  • Undergrad Students: 6,713
  • Graduate Students: 1,518
  • Graduation Rate: 42%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 103
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Dickinson State University

DSU is a public university that was established in 1918 in Dickinson, North Dakota. It is part of the North Dakota University System, having been granted full university status in 1987. Dickinson State University is a small school, serving around 1,350 students a year across all of its undergraduate and graduate programs. The student-to-faculty ratio is quite low at 12 to 1, meaning students can expect smaller classes.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $8,122
    • Out-of-state: $9,942
  • Net Price: $10,817
  • Retention Rate: 68%
  • Total Enrollment: 1,350
  • Undergrad Students: 1,321
  • Graduate Students: 29
  • Graduation Rate: 41%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 26
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Augusta University

AU is a public university that was founded in 1828 in Augusta, Georgia. It is known for being a member of the University System of Georgia and for its multiple medical campuses in Savannah, Albany, Rome, and Athens, Georgia. Each year, Augusta University educates around 5,600 undergraduates and 3,000 graduate students. Students enjoy a 16 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio and can expect a 40% graduation rate.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $9,022
    • Out-of-state: $24,400
  • Net Price: $10,877
  • Retention Rate: 72%
  • Total Enrollment: 8,650
  • Undergrad Students: 5,604
  • Graduate Students: 3,046
  • Graduation Rate: 40%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 34
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Georgia Southwestern State University

GSSU is a public university that was founded in Americus, Georgia in 1906. It is part of the University System of Georgia and supports around 2,500 undergraduates and 500 graduate students a year. The institution has a solid first-year retention rate of 68% and is quite affordable, with an average net price of $10,904 for the 2018-2019 school year.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $5,464
    • Out-of-state: $5,464
  • Net Price: $10,904
  • Retention Rate: 68%
  • Total Enrollment: 2,950
  • Undergrad Students: 2,498
  • Graduate Students: 452
  • Graduation Rate: 38%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 53
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Coppin State University

Coppin State University (CSU) is a historically, black university that was founded in Baltimore, Maryland in 1900. It is a member of the University System of Maryland. The institution’s official data dashboard indicators may be found at https://www.usmd.edu/IRIS/?view=CSU. CSU enrolls 1,845 undergraduates and 256 graduate students and has a second-year retention rate of 57% and a six-year graduation rate of 26%.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $6,809
    • Out-of-state: $13,334
  • Net Price: $12,544
  • Retention Rate: 57%
  • Total Enrollment: 2,101
  • Undergrad Students: 1,845
  • Graduate Students: 256
  • Graduation Rate: 26%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 13
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Lewis-Clark State College

LCSC is a public college that was established in 1893 by a space-grant in Lewiston, Idaho. Today, Lewis-Clark State College offers more than 130 major programs to its approximately 3,700 undergraduate students. Students can take advantage of the school’s close environment, enjoying the low 12 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio, which can help foster close academic relationships.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $6,982
    • Out-of-state: $20,238
  • Net Price: $10,978
  • Retention Rate: 60%
  • Total Enrollment: 3,748
  • Undergrad Students: 3,748
  • Graduate Students: 0
  • Graduation Rate: 38%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 18
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American Public University System

American Public University System is a private, for-profit institution headquartered in Charles Town, West Virginia. APUS only has distance learning programs and is made up of American Military University, American Public University, and Hondros College of Nursing, offering flexible learning options to around 37,000 undergraduates and 8,000 graduate students a year. APUS has a high retention rate of 87%.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,360
    • Out-of-state: $7,360
  • Net Price: $10,995
  • Retention Rate: 87%
  • Total Enrollment: 45,249
  • Undergrad Students: 37,335
  • Graduate Students: 7,914
  • Graduation Rate: 40%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 89
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The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

UNC at Greensboro was originally founded as the State Normal and Industrial School in 1891. It is now part of the University of North Carolina system and is known to be a leading research institution in North Carolina, offering more than 100 undergraduate majors, 60 master’s degrees, and 25 doctorate programs. Every year, approximately 16,500 undergraduate students and 3,500 graduate students enroll at UNC Greensboro, enjoying the university’s 16 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,403
    • Out-of-state: $22,562
  • Net Price: $11,108
  • Retention Rate: 75%
  • Total Enrollment: 20,196
  • Undergrad Students: 16,581
  • Graduate Students: 3,615
  • Graduation Rate: 59%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 98
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Weber State University

WSU is a public school in Ogden, Utah that was originally founded as Weber Stake Academy in 1889. Currently, Weber State University supports around 30,000 students a year and is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. Weber State University offers an accounting minor, a B.S. in Accounting, and a Master of Accountancy accredited by AACSB.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $5,956
    • Out-of-state: $16,138
  • Net Price: $11,224
  • Retention Rate: 66%
  • Total Enrollment: 29,644
  • Undergrad Students: 28,843
  • Graduate Students: 801
  • Graduation Rate: 34%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 80
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College of the Ozarks

College of the Ozarks is a Christian liberal arts school that was founded by the Presbyterian Church USA in 1906 in Point Lookout, Missouri. The institution enrolls around 1,500 undergraduate students a year at a student-to-faculty ratio of 15 to 1. It also boasts particularly high first-year retention and overall graduation rates of 82% and 71%, respectively.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $19,960
    • Out-of-state: $19,960
  • Net Price: $11,316
  • Retention Rate: 82%
  • Total Enrollment: 1,546
  • Undergrad Students: 1,546
  • Graduate Students: 0
  • Graduation Rate: 71%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 7
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The University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff

UA at Pine Bluff is a historically black, public institution of higher education that was originally founded in 1873 in Pine Bluff Arkansas. It’s part of the University of Arkansas System and is the second oldest public university in the state. Every year, approximately 2,400 undergraduates and 100 graduate students enroll at UAPB, and the school boasts a low student-to-faculty ratio of 14 to 1. The net average price of enrollment for the 2018-2019 school year was $11,345.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $8,248
    • Out-of-state: $14,908
  • Net Price: $11,345
  • Retention Rate: 72%
  • Total Enrollment: 2,498
  • Undergrad Students: 2,382
  • Graduate Students: 116
  • Graduation Rate: 33%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 16
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Columbus State University

CSU is a public university in the University System of Georgia that was founded in 1958. Its 132-acre main campus spans suburban and downtown Columbus, Georgia, and the institution also has a separate location at Fort Benning. Every year, around 6,500 undergraduates and 1,300 graduate students enrolled at Columbus State University. The school has an excellent first-year retention rate of 72%.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $6,241
    • Out-of-state: $17,295
  • Net Price: $11,361
  • Retention Rate: 72%
  • Total Enrollment: 7,877
  • Undergrad Students: 6,501
  • Graduate Students: 1,376
  • Graduation Rate: 38%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 29
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Granite State College

GSC is a public college located in Concord, New Hampshire. It was established in 1972 and is part of the University System of New Hampshire. The school is fairly small, supporting around 1,700 undergraduates and 300 graduate students every year. Granite State College offers a B.S. in Accounting and Finance that combines principles from these two business disciplines. Draws to this program are the fact that it is accredited by the New England Commission on Higher Education and is available for online study, which offers flexibility.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,791
    • Out-of-state: $9,015
  • Net Price: $11,392
  • Retention Rate: 78%
  • Total Enrollment: 2,005
  • Undergrad Students: 1,729
  • Graduate Students: 276
  • Graduation Rate: 19%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 11

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Tennessee State University

TSU is located in storied Nashville, just west of the city center and near the Cumberland River. In-state students will pay right at $9,000 a year for tuition, while out-of-state students will pay closer to $22,000, but the net price overall is just $11,460. Either way, students will have access to a great bachelor’s program in accounting and everything that Nashville has to offer.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $9,012
    • Out-of-state: $21,732
  • Net Price: $11,460
  • Retention Rate: 64%
  • Total Enrollment: 8,081
  • Undergrad Students: 5,875
  • Graduate Students: 2,206
  • Graduation Rate: 32%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 23
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Monroe College

MC is a private, for-profit school. Because of this, their tuition rates don’t change based on your residential status. Tuition costs around $16,500 each year, though the net price, after financial aid is applied, is around $11,500. And their retention rate is excellent at 82%, while the graduation rate is still solid at 60%.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $16,536
    • Out-of-state: $16,536
  • Net Price: $11,468
  • Retention Rate: 82%
  • Total Enrollment: 6,517
  • Undergrad Students: 5,678
  • Graduate Students: 839
  • Graduation Rate: 60%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 100
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University of Minnesota-Crookston

UM in Crookston has a more-than-reasonable cost of $12,000 per year no matter where you attend from. They offer bachelor’s degrees in accounting and finance in general while providing a study-focused atmosphere in the small town where the school is located. While some students might be looking for a town with a nightlife, those who are interested in being able to focus on their studies with a small student body (2,700+) will appreciate this school’s beautiful, if a bit remote, setting.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $12,014
    • Out-of-state: $12,014
  • Net Price: $11,483
  • Retention Rate: 72%
  • Total Enrollment: 2,768
  • Undergrad Students: 2,768
  • Graduate Students: 0
  • Graduation Rate: 50%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 54
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Governors State University

GSU, located in University Park, Illinois, is a good example of a small, 4-year, public institution. They offer everything from bachelor’s to doctorate degrees, including programs in accounting, within a small community just south of Chicago. Their 4,700+ students enjoy a low student-to-teacher ratio of 12 to 1 and over 50 diplomas were awarded in the subject of accounting in a recent academic year.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $10,108
    • Out-of-state: $17,620
  • Net Price: $11,498
  • Retention Rate: 52%
  • Total Enrollment: 4,789
  • Undergrad Students: 3,206
  • Graduate Students: 1,583
  • Graduation Rate: N/A
  • Diplomas Awarded: 55
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University of Illinois at Springfield

This school, located in the capital of Illinois, offers accounting degrees at the bachelor’s and master’s levels. The school enrolls more than 4,200 students each year and provides them with a low student-to-teacher ratio on 12 to 1. For those who are as interested in their surroundings as they are the school they attend, Springfield is a midsize city, with restaurants, shopping, and a nightlife that will please most students set on enjoying the college experience.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $11,911
    • Out-of-state: $21,526
  • Net Price: $11,534
  • Retention Rate: 79%
  • Total Enrollment: 4,275
  • Undergrad Students: 2,674
  • Graduate Students: 1,601
  • Graduation Rate: 54%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 94
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Nicholls State University

This university offers a large, nearly 300-acre campus in a rural setting. The school is located in the small city of Thibodaux, Louisiana but it does manage to enroll a decent number of students, teaching up to 6,500 each year. Among 18 departments, they offer those interested in accounting an undergraduate degree in that as well as finance.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,946
    • Out-of-state: $9,039
  • Net Price: $11,545
  • Retention Rate: 73%
  • Total Enrollment: 6,491
  • Undergrad Students: 5,906
  • Graduate Students: 585
  • Graduation Rate: 49%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 53
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University of Central Florida

As you might expect, this southern school with its palm-filled campus offers a huge campus for its equally large student body to enjoy during the week, and it sits in a large suburb of Orlando for those who want to explore the city on the weekends. They enroll nearly 70,000 students all told, and offer bachelor’s and master’s degrees in accounting, actuarial science, and finance for those who have an interest in the field.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $6,368
    • Out-of-state: $22,467
  • Net Price: $11,617
  • Retention Rate: 91%
  • Total Enrollment: 69,402
  • Undergrad Students: 59,371
  • Graduate Students: 10,031
  • Graduation Rate: 72%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 307
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Florida Gulf Coast University

As the name suggests, FGCU sits near a group of lakes not far from the western coast of Florida, on the Gulf of Mexico and not too far north of the beginning of the everglades. Their nearly 15,000 students can earn their bachelor’s and master’s degrees in accounting without changing schools and they enjoy an excellent 80% retention rate after their first year. The school is also part of the State University System of Florida, allowing for easy transfer if you decide you’d rather attend elsewhere in the state.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $6,118
    • Out-of-state: $25,162
  • Net Price: $11,621
  • Retention Rate: 80%
  • Total Enrollment: 14,977
  • Undergrad Students: 13,722
  • Graduate Students: 1,255
  • Graduation Rate: 50%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 75
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Minot State University

This public university is located in Minot, North Dakota and enrolls over 3,000 students each year, nearly all of which are undergraduates. Those students looking for an accounting program will find a high-quality bachelor’s degree in the subject available here as well as a finance degree if you decide to shift later in your college career. The school offers a good retention rate of 72% and a student-to-faculty ratio on 11 to 1.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,896
    • Out-of-state: $7,896
  • Net Price: $11,635
  • Retention Rate: 72%
  • Total Enrollment: 3,125
  • Undergrad Students: 2,836
  • Graduate Students: 289
  • Graduation Rate: 45%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 12
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The University of Tennessee-Martin

This University of Tennessee campus is located in the remote town of Martin. Despite it’s distance from nearly everything else in the state, they offer a beautiful campus and bachelor’s degrees in accounting, finance, and economics. Their nearly 7,300 students return at a rate of 75% after their first year of school and enjoy a decent student-to-faculty ratio of 15 to 1.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $9,748
    • Out-of-state: $15,788
  • Net Price: $11,673
  • Retention Rate: 75%
  • Total Enrollment: 7,280
  • Undergrad Students: 6,763
  • Graduate Students: 517
  • Graduation Rate: 47%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 31
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SUNY Empire State College

A part of the State University of New York System, Empire State College is located in Saratoga Springs, about 40 minutes north of Albany. Despite its distance from a major city, it’s still located in a suburb rather than a rural area. The school offers its nearly 10,500 students a bachelor’s in accounting as well as a master’s degree and postgraduate certificate in finance and international finance. They also enjoy a reasonable student-to-faculty ratio on 15 to 1.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,630
    • Out-of-state: $17,540
  • Net Price: $11,696
  • Retention Rate: 52%
  • Total Enrollment: 10,440
  • Undergrad Students: 9,095
  • Graduate Students: 1,345
  • Graduation Rate: 25%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 12
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Calumet College of Saint Joseph

This school is a private, not-for-profit school located in Whiting, Indiana. This is a large suburb just south of Chicago and close to the shore of Lake Michigan. The school offers associate and bachelor’s degrees in accounting, as well as undergraduate certificates. And, despite the fact that this is a private school, tuition costs sit right around $20,000 for the year.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $20,470
    • Out-of-state: $20,470
  • Net Price: $11,716
  • Retention Rate: 47%
  • Total Enrollment: 718
  • Undergrad Students: 549
  • Graduate Students: 169
  • Graduation Rate: 44%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 4
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Mississippi University for Women

Despite its name, MUW opened its doors to men around 30 years ago and around a fifth of undergraduate students are now male. The school offers bachelor’s degrees in accounting to all their students, of which there are around 2,800, most of which are undergraduates. The retention rate at this 4-year, public university is solid at 75% and the students enjoy a relatively low student-to-faculty ratio on 14 to 1.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $7,525
    • Out-of-state: $7,525
  • Net Price: $11,725
  • Retention Rate: 75%
  • Total Enrollment: 2,811
  • Undergrad Students: 2,594
  • Graduate Students: 217
  • Graduation Rate: 40%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 9
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Santa Fe College

This 4-year, public university offers students another option for a palm-filled, southern campus. Located in Gainesville, Florida in a midsize suburb, there’s definitely no fear of being snowed in over the school year. On top of this, students interested in Accounting can attend Santa Fe College and choose between an associate degree in accounting technology and bookkeeping and a bachelor’s degree in accounting. Either way, you’ll find yourself in good company with the nearly 15,000 other students who attend this school each year.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $2,563
    • Out-of-state: $9,189
  • Net Price: $11,764
  • Retention Rate: N/A
  • Total Enrollment: 14,915
  • Undergrad Students: 14,915
  • Graduate Students: N/A
  • Graduation Rate: 59%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 8
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Winston-Salem State University

This sprawling campus, full of trees and enough green space for students to enjoy lounging or a game of frisbee with their friends between classes, is located in the midsize city of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. With an excellent retention rate of 75% and a student-to-faculty ratio of 15 to 1, this university’s 5,100+ students can choose to earn a bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance for an average net price of around $12,000.

  • Tuition
    • In-State: $5,941
    • Out-of-state: $16,188
  • Net Price: $11,783
  • Retention Rate: 78%
  • Total Enrollment: 5,121
  • Undergrad Students: 4,656
  • Graduate Students: 465
  • Graduation Rate: 51%
  • Diplomas Awarded: 13

Why a Degree from an Affordable Accounting School?


When most future students think about accounting, they may imagine images of a bespectacled bookkeeper poring over journal entries, but the field is actually much more complex and flexible than that. Accounting, like many other business degrees, encompasses a variety of different types of job applications, ensuring that there are vertical promotion opportunities or even horizontal movement opportunities within one’s career. For instance, accounting students can specialize in fields like auditing, bookkeeping, tax preparation, and payroll services, building careers for themselves in any of these different accounting specialties. Eventually, accountants can be promoted to managerial positions in a firm’s finance department and later even head up a tax practice or found their own accounting firm. Furthermore, since accountants must undertake specialized education and even sit for certifications like the CPA exam, accounting is a very stable career path. Most organizations that keep financial records will, at some point down the line, require the services of an accounting professional, ensuring that there is almost always job demand for this line of work.

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Are Accounting Programs in High Demand?


Given the ubiquity of demand for accounting professionals across all industries and geographies, students who graduate with accounting degrees are in high demand on the job market. In particular, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 1.4 million accounting professionals were employed in the United States in 2019. The overall demand for new accounting and auditing professionals was growing at a rate of 4% between 2019-2029, a rate that is equal to the average job growth rate in the country, indicating good future job prospects. Moreover, the BLS states that the median pay for accountants and auditors in 2019 was $71,550, indicating that accounting degrees can lead to lucrative careers as well.

However, it’s important to note that not all accounting degrees are created equal. When you are considering earning an accounting degree, you need to decide what level of higher education you want to obtain and from what school you want to graduate from. The college program and the level of education play an important role in being hired from a higher quality firm and your overall salary outcome. University HQ has ranked some of the best accounting programs for: associates in accounting, bachelor's in accounting and master's in accounting degrees online. The BLS has also noted that the bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerk subsections of the accounting field are actually expected to decline by 6% between 2019-2029. The median pay for this career type was $41,230 in 2019. Overall, this suggests that the accounting professionals with less training and specialization may have a harder time finding jobs in the future, especially with the onset of more advanced accounting software.

What Can You Do With an Accounting Diploma?


When a student completes their online accounting degree, they have several important career choices to make. First, they should decide which industry they wish to join. Then, they should consider whether they wish to pursue a specific accounting specialization. Given the high demand for accounting professionals across multiple business industries, accounting students can decide if they wish to join a specialized accounting firm that serves clients from all walks of life or if they wish to join the accounting department of a company directly after graduation. For instance, accounting students who also enjoy technology goods can choose to join the finance department of a company like Google or Microsoft, allowing them to take advantage of the best of both worlds. Additionally, given that many large organizations have complex financial needs, accountants who do not work for an accounting firm will typically focus on helping firms balance one or two important accounts. Therefore, once accounting students enter the workforce, they will often choose to specialize in positions like accounts payable clerk, accounts receivable clerk, compliance officer, auditor, tax accountant, budget analyst, controller, bookkeeper, or forensic accountant, among many possible career paths.

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