B.S. in Business: Accounting

Introduction

The accounting major surveys the principles, theories, and concepts of the accounting profession while providing an intense review of the economic, quantitative, and managerial aspects of business. Its practical component leads to work assignments in local certified public accountant (CPA) firms in students’ junior and senior years. The combination of classroom theory and real-world experience also prepares candidates for the CPA examination administered by the various state boards of accountancy in the United States.

Career Opportunities

Opportunities available to graduates include professional careers in accounting services, auditing, management advising services, and accounting departments in private firms and government bodies.

Requirements

The accounting major comprises 67-69 units. Students must achieve an average GPA of 2.5 or higher in their major courses (this includes the Business Core).

Business Core Courses
ACCT 120Principles of Accounting I4
ACCT 121Principles of Accounting II3
MATH 130Introduction to Statistics 13
MGMT 210Principles of Management3
BUSI 240Introduction to Information Systems3
ECON 250Principles of Macroeconomics 23
ECON 251Principles of Microeconomics3
MKTG 260Principles of Marketing3
BUSI 296Business Law3
FIN 320Principles of Corporate Finance3
BUSI 370International Business 33
MGMT 448Organizational and Administrative Behavior 43
MGMT 450Strategic Management 53
Select one of the following:3-5
Quantitative Analysis for Management
Applied Calculus I 6
Calculus I 6
Accounting Courses
ACCT 320Intermediate Accounting I (F)3
ACCT 321Intermediate Accounting II (S)3
ACCT 325Cost Accounting (S)3
ACCT 331Federal Taxes I (F)3
ACCT 332Federal Taxes II (S)3
ACCT 336Advanced Accounting (F)3
ACCT 426Auditing Principles I (F)3
ACCT 427Auditing Principles II (S)3
Total Units67-69
F Offered in Fall
S Offered in Spring