Students complete 21 credit hours of course work which includes transaction analysis, financial statement preparation and interpretation, auditing, cost determination and control of products and services, taxation of individuals, partnerships and corporations and accounting information systems. The accounting program is designed to provide students the necessary course work that will enable them to become leaders in the accounting fields. The accounting undergraduate program allows the students to earn 120 of the 150 credit hours required to become eligible to be a licensed Certified Public Accountant.
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Accounting option requires 120 credit hours for completion including General Education requirements, the following Business Core courses:
BADM 180 - Contemporary Business IssuesMGMT 321 - Management and LeadershipMGMT 355 - Business Communication and Professional DevelopmentMGMT 326 - Sustainable OperationsMGMT 341 - Information Systems and Business AnalyticsMKTG 380 - Principles of Marketing
FINC 111 - Financial LiteracyFINC 311 - Principles of Finance
ACCT 351 - Business Law for Accounting (or BADM 250 - Economic and Legal Environment of Organization) MGMT 480 - Business PolicyThe Accounting Option courses listed below:ACCT 303 - Accounting Information SystemsACCT 305 - Intermediate Accounting IACCT 306 - Intermediate Accounting IIACCT 309 - Budgeting and Executive ControlACCT 401 - Introduction to TaxACCT 509 - Auditing Principles and ProceduresOne additional ACCT course above 299And one course from PHIL 230, 575 or MGMT 575