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The study of Accounting Information System (AIS) combines a general business background focusing on management information systems and accounting to prepare students for specialized careers in accounting, auditing, consulting, business analysis, and management.

Career opportunities for AIS graduates


Complete data entry, collect transactions, track debits and maintain and monitor financial records. They also pay invoices, complete payroll, file tax returns and even maintain office supplies.

Financial Planner

Analyze the financial statements of a company or individual to identify risks, rewards, and opportunities. Also referred to as wealth management advisors, these qualified experts are responsible for analyzing financial statuses, developing budgets, and preparing analysis reports.

Forensic Accountant

Analyze financial data to look for evidence of crimes. They often work for insurance companies, financial institutions, and law enforcement agencies. These professionals may testify in court cases as expert witnesses.

Tax Attorney

Help their clients navigate and comply with the complex system of tax codes and legally take advantage of the myriad deductions, credits, and exemptions. They also represent clients in tax disputes. Tax Attorneys in private practice assist both individuals and businesses.

Real Estate Appraiser

Assess the value of a property after a thorough inspection, by researching comparable homes, properties, buildings, public records, legal descriptions, and tax records.


Analyze the financial costs of risk and uncertainty. They use mathematics, statistics, and financial theory to assess the risk of potential events, and they help businesses and clients develop policies that minimize the cost of that risk.

Account Officer

An Account Officer, or Account Supervisors, takes care of the financial bookkeeping and records of an organization. Their duties include recording transactions, payments and expenses and processing invoices. They also send out bills and invoices, follow up on overdue payments and ensure that a company’s invoices and payments match up correctly by cross-checking the original document to the company’s record.

Assistant Accounting Manager

Accounting Assistant Manager is a professional in charge of maintaining budgets and records. They also prepare invoices on behalf of clients or employers. Those in this role will be helping with day-to-day tasks related directly to their field, which means that precision is essential.

Finance and Admin Associate

Finance Administrator responsibilities include maintaining records for all transactions, preparing monthly and quarterly financial reports and processing reimbursements. If you have a background in Finance and knowledge of bookkeeping activities, we’d like to meet you.

Accounting Associate

Accounting Associates assist accountants and auditors with administrative, accounting, and bookkeeping functions. Their duties typically include clerical tasks, such as filing and answering telephones, as well as performing basic bookkeeping tasks, assisting with payroll processing, and preparing financial documents.

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