Ohio Dominican University's Accounting program provides knowledge of accounting concepts and principles, built on a strong foundation of business theory and grounded within a liberal arts curriculum.
ODU Accounting students can participate in and obtain free membership to Future Accounting Professionals (FAP), an on-campus student organization. FAP typically hosts four events every year. Past events have included resume writing seminars, panel discussions with alumni and meet-the-professions events to introduce students to professional organizations. Qualified students have the opportunity to participate in Delta Mu Delta (DMD) Honor Society. DMD provides international academic recognition for undergraduate and graduate business students who excel in their academic studies. Accounting students participate in the Financial Education Teaches Children Healthy Habits (FETCH) program each year. ODU’s Accounting program has an Educational Partnership with the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE). ACFE provides Ohio Dominican with educational material for Fraud and Forensic Accounting Courses, and students receive discounted student memberships and discounts to take the CFE exam. Each Accounting major has an Accounting faculty as an Academic Advisor.