LP and Timothy Leung School of Accounting
Housed within Azusa Pacific’s School of Business and Management, the LP and Timothy Leung School of Accounting focuses on developing graduates with the Christian character and competence demanded by the public accounting profession.
To be a premier Christian accounting school, recognized as a thought leader on accounting character and competence to reflect the life of Christ and shine the light of Truth.
LP and Timothy Leung Scholarships
Specialized Credentials and Applied Learning
Internships and Job Placement
Accounting majors are invited to participate in the annual Meet the Firms night, hosted by the Accounting Honors Society and boasting outstanding successes. Typically, 60 accounting professionals representing 20 public accounting firms—all of the Big Four (EY, PwC, KPMG, and Deloitte), several major national (CLA, BDO) and specialty (CapinCrouse, Ron Blue) firms, and many regional and local firms (KSJG)—meet with APU students to discuss internship and job opportunities.
Accounting majors obtain paid internships with public accounting firms and in professional accounting. Job placement for accounting students also remains strong, with most CPA-track students placed prior to graduation. On the undergraduate side, our graduates are typically placed with every major accounting firm in the US, from Big Four to national and regional firms.
Graduate Programs Offer Flexible Course Schedules
To accommodate busy schedules, graduate classes are offered during the evening, afternoon, and online. Classes give students the opportunity to participate in real-life projects and case studies with profit, nonprofit, and governmental organizations. Students may take advantage of the multiple delivery formats to customize their education experience. Students are admitted to and can start the Master of Professional Accountancy (MAcc) program in any of the eight terms during the academic year.