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Walsh Accountancy is a private college located in Troy, Michigan in the Detroit Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 78 undergraduate students. Popular majors include Business, Accounting, and Finance. Walsh Accountancy alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $49,200.
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3838 Livernois
Troy, MI 48083
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Walsh is a school focused on making sure that students are successful. Classes are in the evenings so you can maintain a Monday thru Friday job while in school. The campus is Troy is very modern and updated. They also assist with find internships to students as well as connecting them with companies for jobs once they graduate. I love this college for business and believe that they want each student to succeed.
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While for the most part the academics were good, this place is essentially for those that want to pursue careers in the accounting field. I find the average salary skewed given that most that attend are working adults that are getting the graduate degree, i.e., the MBA, MS in Accounting or MS in Finance for career advancement.

Being that I was a "career changer" after being out of the workforce as a result of the Great Recession, the career fairs and job postings available to me via career services can't address two big problems: LT unemployment and being over 50. I recently did receive a $60K job offer for a July 2017 start date, but it has no relationship to my MBA and MSF degrees from Walsh.

But I do owe $70K in student loans. Go figure.
I think Walsh College is a great private college for business students. The process of transferring to Walsh College was stress-free and the advisors were very helpful. Walsh College was my go-to college because of how many credits I could transfer to it and how little the requirements were needed to transfer. I really enjoy taking classes at Walsh they are very team orientated and are insightful on the real world. Professors at Walsh college have real world experience.