Annual Faculty Awards Luncheon honors professional accomplishments.

All awards are welcome, but recognition by one’s peers, and for professors, recognition by one’s students, is particularly meaningful. Each year, the dedication of members of the faculty of the College of Business Administration at Florida International University (FIU) gets special attention at the Faculty Awards Luncheon. Held this year on October 20th, the luncheon […]

Accounting graduate student attends National Association of Black Accountants conference.

Ricot Jeanty (BACC ’10) is a man with a plan. He earned his undergraduate accounting degree from the College of Business Administration at Florida International University (FIU), immediately taking six months off to study for the CPA exam, which he passed. He secured employment as a staff accountant at Allied Cash Advance in Miami and […]

Two FIU Business students complete summer management program at Yale.

Between June 12th and 25th, 2011, Gabriel Mendoza (BACC ’11) and Mohales Deis, a junior majoring in management and international business, got an up-close view of what an MBA curriculum at an Ivy League school looks like. As part of the highly selective Yale School of Management Pre-MBA Leadership Program, they immersed themselves in classes—sometimes […]

Mentors and mentees meet at launch of new School of Accounting program.

For Yevegniy “Jimmy” Vinitskiy (BBA ’07), who completed the School of Accounting’s one-year “Certificate in Foundations of Accounting and Auditing” and is now a student in the Executive Master of Science in Taxation (EMST) at Florida International University (FIU), having a mentor means a chance to “became a better person, to grow as a professional, […]

South Florida Business Journal selects FIU Business alumna as one of 25 “Influential Business Women of 2009.”

Silka Gonzalez (MACC ’05) discusses Enterprise Risk Management—a boutique IT consulting firm specializing in information security of which she is president and founder—and how a driving passion for her work led to her recognition as one of South Florida Business Journal‘s Influential Business Women of 2009.

Dual Degree relationship brings Master of Accounting program to leading business school in Mexico.

A new venture between the College of Business Administration and Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM)—described by América Economía as the number one business school in Latin America—dispatches professors from the School of Accounting to Mexico City to deliver the Master of Accounting (MACC) program. An impressive 22 students, many of them highly experienced accountants, […]

Accounting and law students team up to aid small businesses, non-profits.

From left, Corally Rodriguez, MACC student; Illeana Charry, client;Indyara Andion, law student, and Tessie Brunken, professor, Accounting Thanks to an innovative collaboration between the college’s School of Accounting and the College of Law, qualified small businesses and non-profit organizations can receive free accounting services in the latter’s Community Development Clinic. Launched in fall, 2007, the initiative has received […]

College launches popular graduate programs in Mexico and Panama.

Combine solid economies in countries with strong U.S. ties, proven graduate programs offered by the College of Business Administration, and the college’s commitment to sharing the expertise of its faculty to benefit students globally, and you have the foundation for the expansion of the Master of Accounting (MACC) to Mexico and the Professional MBA (PMBA) […]