Daniels has spoken the language of business since 1908.

For more than 100 years, Daniels School of Accountancy has progressively built a nationally recognized accountancy program. As the eighth-oldest business college in the country, we have a long track record of producing graduates who are business sharp and ethically minded citizens of the world. Our past successes point to an even brighter future for the school and our students.

Daniels graduate students consistently rank in the top 10 percent nationwide for CPA exam pass rates–a true testament to the dedicated faculty members of the School of Accountancy.

1908—School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance formed at DU

Daniels College of Business, originally called the School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance, was established in 1908 by the University of Denver, the oldest private university in the Rocky Mountain region. Daniels is among the first business colleges in the U.S.—a select group that includes Wharton, Chicago, Berkeley, Dartmouth, Northwestern, Pittsburg and Harvard.

One of the first accounting programs established in the U.S., the Daniels School of Accountancy is constantly refining the accounting curriculum to meet the demands of the profession and to anticipate future trends.

Ranked Among theBest


Bloomberg Businessweek—Top undergraduate programs by specialty, ranked No. 9 (2012)