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Reporting date for faculty
08/15/2016 CDT

Fall Semester Classes Begin
08/24/2016 CDT

Fall Recess
10/08/2016 CDT

Robison Lecture-CNN Chief White House Correspondent Jessica Yellin
10/13/2016 CDT

Thanksgiving Recess
11/23/2016 CST

Fall 2016 last day of classes
12/06/2016 CST

Study Day
12/07/2016 CST

Final Examinations
12/08/2016 CST

Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony
12/17/2016 CST

Dr. Simon Petravick, department chair, explains the benefits of an accounting degree from Bradley.

Accounting is often called the "language of business" because it deals with interpreting and communicating information about a company's past activities and forecasting future operations. Every decision maker, from the owner of a small start-up to the CEO of a global conglomerate, works with accounting information. This is a far stretch from the stereotype of back-room number crunching.

To prepare our students for careers in accounting, auditing, and other business related fields, Bradley offers both undergraduate and master’s degrees in accounting. Accounting is an extremely flexible major. Our students learn more than just the tax code and accounting principles. Today’s accountants are business advisors and information specialists. Their job is to explain a business to others. Because they understand a business so well, their broad training allows accountants to easily branch into diverse professions. While many accounting graduates begin their careers in public or corporate accounting positions, accounting also provides valuable skills for many other career paths, from attorney to banker to consultant to FBI agent.

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"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."
— George Santayana

Peoria, IL segment from Prospective Student Visit Program Presentation

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