Accounting Schools in Vermont

Vermont Accounting Schools

Vermont Board of Public AccountancyNational Life Building – North – FL 2
Montpelier, VT 23233
Phone: 802-828-2808
Fax: 802-828-2465
Email: [email protected]

Many Vermont schools provide accounting degree programs at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Each accredited university accounting degree program seeks to prepare students to sit for the important certified public accountant exam through curricula that presents solid foundational accounting principles.

Completion of an accredited university level accounting degree program is often a prerequisite to work in the accounting field in Vermont. Additionally, the future state requirements for those who want to sit for the certified public accountancy exam include at least 150 semester hours of accounting course instruction. Students in Vermont may choose from the state’s many qualifying accounting degree programs to fulfill the requirement for state licensure. Here are some of the topics covered in Vermont accounting degree programs.

  • financial accounting
  • managerial accounting
  • tax accounting
  • cost accounting
  • accounting information systems
  • auditing

Total Accounting Schools: 8
Total Accounting Students: 4,993
Average Tuition: $20,028
Average Scholarship Package: $8,409
Average Grant Amount: $10,330
Average Classroom Size: 18 Students
Online Accounting Programs: 6
Average Online Tuition: $21,626
Online Undergraduate Programs: 6
Online Graduate Programs: 5
Top Accounting Schools:University of Vermont
Saint Michael’s College
Champlain College
Largest Accounting School:University of Vermont
• 2,372 Students Currently Attending
Cheapest Accounting School:Community College of Vermont
• $5,452 Annual Tuition Charges
School With Largest Financial Aid Packages:Norwich University
• $17,378 Average Financial Aid Award

Salary and Job Outlook for Accountants in Vermont

Vermont’s accounting profession is marked by steady growth in the coming years. Between 2018 and 2028, the number of accounting jobs here will increase by 4%, which mirrors the national projected growth rate in this profession during this time. State-level data reveals about 320 annual job openings for accountants due to combination of new job growth, retirements, and natural job turnover during this ten-year period leading to 2028.

As of May 2020, accountants in Vermont earned an average salary of $66,940. With a graduate degree in accounting like the master’s in accounting, significant experience, and the CPA designation, you can expect to climb the career ladder in accounting, eventually landing near the top (90th percentile) of the pay scale which, as of May 2020, was $105,140 in Vermont.

The Burlington-South Burlington metro area stood out during this time for its top pay of accountants. As of May 2020, the average salary for accountants here was $72,970, while the top earners (90th percentile) earned about $110,100.

Note that these salary figures represent base salaries only and do not include salary incentives like bonuses and stock options that are commonplace in the accounting profession, particularly among those in leadership and executive positions.

May 2020 Bureau of Labor Statistics salary and job market data for accountants and auditors represents state data, not school-specific information.

Job growth projections for 2018-2028 sourced from the U.S. Department of Labor-sponsored O*Net database represents state data, not school-specific information.

Conditions in your area may vary. Data Accessed May 2021.