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Accounting Major

The Accounting major prepares students to be able to analyze and solve problems and participate in the management of business functions and strategy within an organization. Students will learn to contribute to collaborative, information-sharing and joint-planning processes. They will acquire the necessary qualitative and quantitative skills for complex problem solving in an accounting and business environment. With a generalist knowledge of all areas of business and in-depth study of advanced topics, students are able to continue with professional accreditation, graduate-level study or to assume an accounting position.

Program of Study

Course ID Course Name Credits
Major Requirements
ACCT 315Intermediate Financial Accounting I3
ACCT 316Intermediate Financial Accounting II3
ACCT 324Intermediate Management Accounting3
ACCT 442Auditing3
Option Requirement
Select 9 credits from the following:9
Income Tax Fundamentals
Government and Not-for-Profit Accounting
Valuation and Investment Decision
Financial Accounting - Advanced
Financial Accounting Theory
Management Accounting - Advanced
Advanced Corporate Taxation
Accounting Information and Systems Support
Integrated Case Studies in Accounting
Independent Studies in Accounting
Elective Requirement
Business Electives 6
Non-Business Electives21
Open Electives 15
Total Credits63

Course Substitutions

Credit Earned in: May Be Substituted for Credit in Program Course:
ACCT 111 & ACCT 161 ACCT 311
ACCT 218 & ACCT 268 ACCT 322
ENGL 101 ENGL 102 & ENGL 103
MGMT 223 ORGA 330
ORGA 214 ORGA 314
ORGA 233 ORGA 433