The following material is provided for undergraduate Accounting students interested in the Baruch College internship program. These guidelines introduce the student to information about the value of internships, how to get an internship and the procedures students need to go through to obtain the appropriate College credit for the work.
Department Of Acountancy, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Department of Accountancy
The following document contains course descriptions of internship courses for undergraduate accounting students: Acc 5100, Bus 3001, 3002 and 3003 (1 credit each) Pass/Fail; Acc 5200 (3 credits) Traditional Grading
The New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA) is awarding financial assistance to deserving candidates through its Foundation for Accounting Education (FAE).
Lew Kramer, Baruch alumnus and recently retired senior partner and vice chairman of Ernst & Young LLP, is visiting Baruch campus again this Spring semester - during February and March - to counsel students on their career plans.
Joe Busuttil ’87, Internal Audit video
The Passport to Partnership (P2P) was created to prepare students for a career in accounting.This program will equip students with the tools needed to succeed in the demanding accounting industry.
The Stan Ross Department of Accountancy Newsletter covers people and events related to the Department of Accountancy at Baruch College and includes students, alumni and accounting industry.