2017 Fall Semester
The mission of the Student Accounting Society (SAS) is to prepare accounting students for graduate school and a career in accounting and business by: organizing regular practices and study for the GMAT, providing information about MAcc or MBA programs and the career of Accounting, and building relationships with people in the field of accounting.
Student Accounting Society (SAS) Officers
Jacob Hooton, President
Bre Argyle, Vice President
Mitch Hullinger, Secretary
Landon Barney, Treasurer
Michael Hamer, Mentorship Officer
Andreas Martinson, Public Relations Officer
Dionte Murrell, Activities Officer
Faculty Advisor: Don Campbell
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/byui.sas.smith340/
Facebook Group Community Board: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sas.byui/
Dues: $10 per semester
Our Meetings are every Thursday @ 2 p.m. in SMI 340
Network with current students as well as alumni
To answer the following questions, click on the links!
What is Accounting? Why is it important?
Investopedia: Accounting Basics
US Bureau of Labor Statistics: Accountants and Auditors
What types of accounting are there?
Investopedia: Branches of Accounting
Should I go into tax accounting or audit?
Take this quiz and click on the "Get started" link, it's super helpful in helping think about your career path in accounting
This Way to CPA: Find Your Fit
What are examples of job opportunities?
Accounting Degree Review: 40 Top Paying Accounting Jobs
There are a lot of different credentials in the accounting/finance world, the link below explains the most common ones:
Accounting Degree Review: Types of Accounting Certifications
Here is a more exhaustive list:
Other Career Resources:
Building Your Personal Brand to Launch a Successful Career Presentation
By Val Bitton
July 7, 2016
Updated: October 2017