Leading to the Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree, our major in accounting provides students with the advanced knowledge and skills required to successfully pursue a career in accounting or finance.
The accounting major must include the following courses:
- ACC 111: Principles of Financial Accounting
- ACC 311: Intermediate Financial Accounting I
- ACC 312: Intermediate Financial Accounting II
- ACC 320: Cost Accounting
- ACC 330: Auditing
- ACC 340: Federal Income Taxation
- ACC 350 Accounting Information Systems
- ACC 370: Advanced Financial Accounting
- ACC 450: Advanced Topics in Accounting
- BUS 340: Introduction to Finance & Markets
- BUS 350: Business Law I
- CSC 105: Introduction to Computer Science
- ECN 101: Macroeconomics
- ECN 102: Microeconomics
- ECN 225: Statistics
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- ENG 211: Professional Communication
In addition to the requirements listed for the Accounting major, Accounting and Business Administration double majors must also successfully complete:
- One major elective course in accounting, business administration or economics at the 230 level or higher.
- BUS 320: Marketing
- BUS 330: Operations Management
- BUS 450: Strategic Management
- At least four additional major electives in accounting, business administration, or economics at the 230 level or higher. Recommended electives for those pursuing CPA licensure: ACC 315 Governmental & Non-Profit Accounting, ACC 360 International Accounting, ACC 365 Forensics Accounting, and BUS 351 Business Law II.
In addition to
the requirements listed for the Accounting major, Accounting and Information
Technology double majors must also successfully complete:
CSC 121 Intro to Computer Programming
CSC 122 Data Structures and Algorithms
CSC-475 or 502 (seminar or research)
One accounting major elective at the 230 level
Three computer science major electives: Two at
the 200+ level and one at the 300+level.