School of Business

B.S.B.A. – Accounting

A career in Accounting is for someone who likes a fast pace and can accept significant responsibilities. In return, the potential rewards are very high. Your Accounting major prepares you for a career in banking, corporate finance, or investment brokerage just to name a few. The career path in Accounting leads to position titles of Vice President or Chief Financial Officer (CFO). The success of all modern organizations depends on decisions made by the financial officer. If you see yourself at the heart of an organization’s financial decision-making, then this major is for you. Please note that a good mind for analysis and an understanding of economics is essential to the study of Accounting.


BUSINESS COMPOSITION REQUIREMENT (unless completed as part of Core)

EN 112 Composition II: Rhetorical Argument or
EN 210 Composing for the 21stCentury or
EN 213 Writing with Style


AC 201 Principles of Accounting I
AC 202 Principles of Accounting II
BL 305 Legal Aspects of Business I
BU 340 Business Communications
BU 499 Business Policy
EC 202 Principles of Microeconomics
EC 203 Principles of Macroeconomics
EC 240 Statistical Analysis
EC 241 Quantitative Analysis
FI 330 Finance
MG 321 Management  OR
MG 322 Organizational Behavior & Development
MG 498 Strategic Management
MK 310 Marketing


AC 355 Cost Accounting
AC 361 Intermediate Accounting I
AC 362 Intermediate Accounting II
AC 365 Accounting Information Systems
AC 451 Tax Accounting I

in addition select 2 courses from the following:

AC 370 Auditing
AC 452 Tax Accounting II
AC 455 Advanced Cost Accounting
AC 460 Advanced Accounting
AC 475 Accounting Theory (Capstone)
Total accounting major-specific:  21 hours

Curriculum Sheet – Accounting (Corporate) 2019-20
Curriculum Sheet – Accounting (Corporate) 2018-19
Curriculum Sheet – Accounting (Corporate) 2017-18  
Curriculum Sheet – Accounting (Corporate) 2016-17

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