Here at the School of Management, your career development process starts before you even begin your first class. Use this online MS Accounting Career Checklist and calendar to get this process started.
Read and follow the schedule outlined in each section to prepare for on-campus recruiting and the job search process. The summer activities will also ensure completion of CRC requirements during the MS Accounting program. Access the necessary online tools and resources in each section to accomplish the objectives outlined.
Please note, many of the recommended in person events may be pending based on the COVID-19 impact. Virtual replacements may be offered.
The Career Resource Center (CRC) serves as the primary resource for students and alumni of the School of Management in career exploration and job search. The CRC is a key link between the school and employers, offering many programs that bring these groups together, such as career consortium events, alumni connections, internships, campus recruiting and career development workshops and seminars. Our mission is to create a caring environment that enables and motivates you to be successful in reaching your individual career goals.
The CRC's dedicated staff is committed to assisting you throughout your career development and job search process. Get to know our team by visiting the CRC staff page.
Sign in to the BizLink career management system and update your account, clarifying your job experience and job preferences. Your degree and class level fields should be noted as MS Accounting. (CRC Requirement)
Begin preparing for upcoming fall on campus interviewing by doing the following:
· Career Blueprint
· Career Checklists
· Career Connector
· Career Tools
· Cover Letter
· Thank You
· International Tools
· Search for internships
· Report My Internship
· Job Market Research Tools
· Concentration Resources
· Salary Resources
· Report My Job
· Salary Resources
· Working Professional MBA Resources