5 reasons why you should check out Gannon’s accounting major

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1. Dozens of career paths. Students who study accounting can go on to become auditors, business consultants, financial planners, forensic accountants, tax attorneys, tax preparers/planners, budget analysts, FBI special agents, financial accountants, internal auditors, internal revenue agents or managerial accountants. The “possibilities” are endless.   2. A growing field. Accounting is a valuable tool in the business […]

The Numbers Guy: Venturing Beyond the Books

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Hi everyone! So, in my marketing class we’ve begun working on our final project, and it actually has real life implications. Most projects are done under hypothetical circumstances and the results are easily planned. My professor is helping a co-worker figure out how to market, label, price and improve his new business venture. The product […]

The Numbers Guy: Crossing the State Line Was a Great Decision

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The Numbers: Insights from Accounting is sophomore Steve Jagodzinski’s new blog. Steve is an accounting major from Elmira, N.Y. Keep reading to see what Steve is up to, or e-mail him at jagodzin002@gannon.edu. Hello all, my name is Steve Jagodzinski; I am an accounting major from New York. Thanks for checking out my new blog! […]

Student Voices: Men's Basketballers Remember Favorite Christmas Presents

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Everyone has a favorite holiday memory. This includes a favorite present under the tree. The men’s basketball team at Gannon is no different. The Golden Knights stopped to reminisce about their childhood. What was your favorite Christmas present as a child? Steve Piotrowicz, sophomore sports management and marketing major: “A Fischer Price basketball hoop, at […]