Patrick Maggio is thankful USF has afforded him a challenging and well-rounded undergraduate experience where he has excelled academically, developed professionally, and become the best version of himself.
As he prepares to graduate in May with dual degrees in accounting and business analytics and information systems, Maggio isn’t planning to leave USF just yet. He will enroll in the Master of Science of Accountancy and Analytics program before jumping into the workforce.
He’s made the Dean’s List five times and is on track to earn that honor again. Aside from the two bachelor’s degrees, he completed the honors curriculum from the Judy Genshaft Honors College.
As an undergrad, he completed an internship at Masonite this past summer and continues to work 30 hours a week in the company’s Global Business Services Accounting department. This summer, he will intern at Ernst & Young at the firm’s audit practice in Tampa.
He credits his involvement with Beta Alpha Psi, an accounting honor society, for opening up these professional opportunities. As a member of the BAP, Maggio, and his team won first place in the Best Practices Speech competition at the organization’s southeast mid-year meeting. The team will present their speech again in August at the national conference.
Outside of class, Maggio has excelled as a member of the USF Ultimate Frisbee sports club. He represented USF at many tournaments in the southeast, served as a team captain, and helped design many of the team’s workouts.
One Reply to “Patrick Maggio, Accounting & Business Analytics and Information Systems”
I have always been proud of you, Patrick. You continue to amaze me with your accomplishments. No matter what paths you choose, I am sure you will be successful.