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  • Course description
    The principal objectives of the Bachelor of Science in Accounting program are to provide students with a broad, fundamental knowledge of the field, and to prepare students for employment in accounting careers.
     
    Students seeking a Bachelor of Science in Accounting may exercise an individual option, through the selection of elective courses, which may allow him/her to prepare for professional goals such as Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Managerial Accountant (CMA), or Accredited Business Accountant (ABA).
     
    Many states require additional businessrelated courses to prepare for the CPA exam. Students should consult their respective state Board of Accountancy for further details.
     
    Also available: an Undergraduate Certificate in Introductory or Advanced Accounting; a Diploma and an Associate in Arts in Accounting, an Executive Graduate Certificate and Master of Science in Accounting.

       
          Area 1: Core Component

          ACC 100
          Accounting I
          ACC 115
          Microcomputer Applications for Accountants
          BUS 100
          Introduction to Business
          CIS 105
          Introduction to Information Systems
          ENG 115
          English Composition
          MAT 105
          Introduction to College Mathematics

          27.0 Credit Hours
       

          Area 2: Major Component

          ACC 206
          Accounting II
          ACC 303
          Intermediate Accounting I
          ACC 304
          Intermediate Accounting II
          ACC 305
          Intermediate Accounting III
          ACC 307
          Federal Taxation
          ACC 317
          Advanced Federal Taxation
          ACC 350
          Cost Accounting
          ACC 401
          Advanced Accounting
          ACC 403
          Auditing
          ACC 410
          Non-profit/Municipal Accounting
          LEG 100
          Business Law I
          ACC 499
          Undergraduate Accounting Capstone

          54.0 Credit Hours
       

          Area 3: General Studies Component

          ENG 215
          Research and Writing
          ENG 240
          Communication for Business and the Professions
          HUM 100
          Introduction to Art, Music, and Literature
          HUM 101
          The Origins of Western Culture
          HUM 200
          Logic
          Choose 1 of these 2 courses
          SCI 110
          Introduction to Physical Science
          SCI 115
          Introduction to Biology
          HUM 400
          Religion and Philosophy
          MAT 300
          Statistics
          Choose 1 of these 2 courses
          ECO 405
          Economic Problems and Issues
          POL 300
          Contemporary International Problems
          Choose 1 of these 2 courses
          PSY 100
          The Individual and Society
          PSY 105
          Introduction to Psychology
          SOC 100
          Introduction to Sociology
          SOC 300
          Sociology of Developing Countries

          54.0 Credit Hours
      

          Area 4: Elective Component

          These courses are selected in consultation with the Academic Advisor; within this component it is possible for students to develop a minor in a second area of study. (See "Minors") - 10 Courses

          45.0 Credit Hours

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