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Mercer University focuses on research and professional experience as an integral part of academics. Mercer students often use the knowledge gained from these experiences to start their own companies that focus on innovative technology and social responsibility. Whether it’s through research, discovery, or entrepreneurship, Mercer University helps you realize your potential. Be the change you wish to see—Mercer will help you achieve it all.
Mercer University's Accounting program exposes students to all facets of accounting, including financial, cost, audit, taxation, not-for-profit and governmental accounting. Our dedicated faculty provide individualized attention to students in order to help facilitate their success. Mercer students are consistently successful in passing the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam, opening the door for a wide variety of accounting positions.
As a Philosophy, Politics and Economics major, you will explore the intersection of these three fields and draw connections to deepen your understanding of each subject. The program is an interdisciplinary major, meaning the curriculum is designed by multiple departments. Students who choose to pursue a Philosophy, Politics and Economics major are bright, ambitious, and curious about the deeper questions and beliefs that ground modern politics and economics. When you graduate from our program, you will boast the ability to think independently, ask tough questions, and constantly research with intellectual humility. These skills are crucial to success in a wide variety of career paths.
Successful entrepreneurs combine creative thinking with a strong foundation in business to address a need or opportunity in an innovative context. Mercer University's undergraduate major in Entrepreneurship is designed to provide students with these key principles that will help facilitate graduates' successful careers as business entrepreneurs.
Financial professionals have careers in personal financial planning, wealth management, supply chain management. Finance majors develop the skills to make informed financial decisions that improve the financial heath and effective risk management of businesses, government agencies and non-profit organizations.
Housed in our Finance major, the Risk Management and Insurance (RMI) track at Mercer University is one of our newest fields of study in the Stetson School of Business and Economics. It is designed to provide students with an overall background in risk management, property and casualty insurance, underwriting, and insurance company operations.