A total of 120 hours are required for the undergraduate program. In addition to courses in the common body of knowledge of business, students majoring in accounting will achieve competency in internal control systems, managerial accounting, income tax accounting, financial accounting, and not-for-profit accounting.
The Core Curriculum is an essential element in the educational process that results in professional success, personal growth, and responsible citizenship. In this process, students have the opportunity to acquire knowledge, learn reasoning and communication skills, examine their goals, values, and potentialities, and develop an enduring commitment to learning through both formal and informal educational experiences.
The programs offered by the College of Business (COB) are designed to provide successful academic experiences and to facilitate students abilities to perform responsibly and effectively in their chosen professional roles in business, industry, government, and education. To achieve such success, students must complete the Business Core courses.
Core Curriculum Courses - 42 Hours
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Business Core Courses - 48 Hours
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Major Courses - 24 Hours
|ACCT 311||Global Financial Statement Analysis|
|ACCT 321||Intermediate Acct I|
|ACCT 322||Intermediate Accounting II|
|ACCT 326||Accounting Information Systems|
|ACCT 412||Cost Accounting|
|ACCT 437||Government & Non-Profit Account|
|ACCT 440||Income Tax Accounting|
Upper level business elective - 3 Hours
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Upper level accounting elective
|Choose Three (3)|
|ACCT 421||Advanced Accounting|
|ACCT 442||Corporate Taxation|
|ACCT 435||International Accounting|
In order to sit for the CPA exam, 15 semester hours of upper-level accounting courses must be taken in a face-to-face format. A minimum grade of "C" is required in each course in the College of Business that is completed for graduation.