Accounting Degree Review is an independent and objective resource for current and prospective accounting and finance students. We provide data-based rankings and critical reviews of the top traditional and online accounting and finance degree programs, as well as scholarship and financial aid information, career advice, and useful news and information relevant to those in the accounting and finance fields. Our site is updated regularly with new content, so be sure to check back often.
Corey Banfield – Site Editor
Corey Banfield double majored in Accounting and Business Administration. This course of study provided him with a firm understanding of how accounting and financial concepts are applied in real world business situations, which in turn gave him the tools to be able to answer the questions of why businesses make the decisions they make and how they measure their progress. Currently, Corey works as an accountant in a corporate environment for a large company in the Retail Grocery sector. The main accounting functions that comprise his daily job responsibilities are auditing, financial analysis, and posting journal entries.
Kate Lau – Site Editor
Kate Lau first graduated with a B.A. in Organizational Communications. She found herself working in the accounting field after college and enjoyed the work so she decided to go back to school to get her B.S. in Accounting. Kate knew getting an Accounting degree would open more doors for her. Since getting her degree she has worked in a range of industries from manufacturing to real estate investment as an accountant.
Rhonda Corey – Media Relations
Rhonda Corey is our Media Marketer extraordinaire here at Accounting Degree Review. She has a BA in Film and Digital Media from University of California – Santa Cruz, and returned to school as a veteran educator/filmmaker to earn her MFA from Duke University’s Experimental Documentary Program. Rhonda is a freelance writer, documentarian, and adjunct professor in Media Production. Her work focuses on a variety of contemporary issues, including transformative justice.
Accounting Degree Review exists to bring fresh, valuable information about the best accounting and accounting-related degree programs in the US to readers all over the world. Our audience is made up of current and prospective accounting students of all levels, from undergraduate to doctoral, as well as working accounting professionals who are looking for advancement or career change. That’s a valuable demographic, so Accounting Degree Review generates income by providing space for sponsors.
Our only sponsors are legitimate, accredited colleges and universities, and sponsors are clearly identified as such. Sponsors have no bearing on our rankings; all data we use to rank programs comes from objective, third-party sources, and is accurate when we publish. No information is collected without the reader’s consent.