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Overview

Develop the professional knowledge, interpersonal skills, and ethical values needed to succeed in a diverse, technology-driven world.

This program will challenge you to:

  • Take part in hands-on projects in our community.
  • Build connections with accomplished alumni and local leaders.
  • Partner with professional mentors.
  • Go beyond the classroom to prepare you for leadership in a local or global business environment.
Humanities & Fine Arts Social Sciences & History Natural Sciences & Mathematics Professional Studies & Enhancements
Major
Accounting Major

Peaks this program fulfills

  • Social Sciences & History

Courses and Requirements

View this degree in the course catalog

 

Quantitative Reasoning

The credits for the math requirement (MAT-125) are counted in the Professional Foundations minor.

Course ID Course Name Number of Credits
MAT-125 Data Analysis and Statistics 3 credits
ECN-200 Principles of Economics 3 credits

 

Accounting Core

Course ID Course Name Number of Credits
ACC-221 Financial Accounting 3 credits
ACC-222 Managerial Accounting 3 credits
ACC-318 Intermediate Accounting I 3 credits
ACC-320 Intermediate Accounting II 3 credits
ACC-330 Accounting Information Systems 3 credits
ACC-424 Tax Accounting I 3 credits
ACC-497 Internship 1-6 credits

 

2 credits of internship are required and should be taken with BUS-492.

 

Business Core

Course ID Course Name Number of Credits
BUS-100 Introduction to Business 3 credits
BUS-150 Business Computer Applications 3 credits
BUS-225 Principles of Management 3 credits
BUS-330 Principles of Finance 3 credits
BUS-391 Legal Environment 3 credits
BUS-492 Career and Professional Foundations 1 credits
BUS-493 Business and Accounting Capstone:Senior Seminar 2 credits

 

Humanities & Fine Arts Social Sciences & History Natural Sciences & Mathematics Professional Studies & Enhancements
Major
Accounting Major (150 Hours)

Peaks this program fulfills

  • Social Sciences & History

Courses and Requirements

View this degree in the course catalog

53 credits

Major Requirements

The credits for the math requirement (MAT-125) are counted in the Professional Foundations minor.

Course ID Course Name Number of Credits
ECN-200 Principles of Economics 3 credits
     
MAT-125 Data Analysis and Statistics 3 credits

 

Accounting Courses

Course ID Course Name Number of Credits
ACC-221 Financial Accounting 3 credits
ACC-222 Managerial Accounting 3 credits
ACC-318 Intermediate Accounting I 3 credits
ACC-320 Intermediate Accounting II 3 credits
ACC-330 Accounting Information Systems 3 credits
ACC-423 Auditing 3 credits
ACC-424 Tax Accounting I 3 credits
ACC-497 Internship 1-6 credits

2 credits of internship are required and should be taken with BUS-492.

Upper division electives (3 credits):

Complete 2 upper-division (300- or 400-level) electives in related Accounting topics, which may include the following (or others with Departmental approval).

Course ID Course Name Number of Credits
ACC-330 Accounting Information Systems 3 credits
ACC-425 Tax Accounting II 3 credits
ACC-427 Cost Accounting 3 credits
ACC-429 Advanced Accounting 3 credits

 

Business Courses

Course ID Course Name Number of Credits
BUS-100 Introduction to Business 3 credits
BUS-150 Business Computer Applications 3 credits
BUS-225 Principles of Management 3 credits
BUS-330 Principles of Finance 3 credits
BUS-360 Principles of Marketing 3 credits
BUS-391 Legal Environment 3 credits
     
BUS-350 Management Science 3 credits
  or  
BUS-438 Financial Problems 3 credits
  or  
BUS-453 Principles of Productions and Operations Management 3 credits

 

In exceptional cases, BUS-494 or ACC-494 Independent Study may be substituted for BUS-497 or ACC-497 Internship (with department permission).

 

Capstone

Course ID Course Name Number of Credits
BUS-492 Career and Professional Foundations 1 credits
BUS-493 Business and Accounting Capstone:Senior Seminar 2 credits

 

It is expected that students will take five years to complete the Accounting (150 Hours) program.  Students choosing this major must complete at least 150 credit hours to graduate, including 74 credits outside of the Business and Accounting Department. 

 

Students may not earn both the Business Administration Major and the Accounting (150 Hours) Major.

 

 

Accounting majors must take both BUS-492 Business and Accounting Capstone: Junior Experience (1 credit, concurrent with BUS-497 or ACC-497 Internship) in their junior year and BUS-493 Business and Accounting Capstone: Senior Seminar in their senior year (final semester preferred).