Requirements

Bachelor of Arts in Accounting Degree
Core Requirements
ACCT 211Principles of Accounting I
ACCT 212Principles of Accounting II
BA 100Business, Entrepreneurship and Consultancy
BA 261Principles of Marketing
BA 325Business Law
BA 331Principles of Financial Management
BA 345Business and Professional Writing
BA 357Management Information Systems
BA 359Managerial Statistics
BA 406Business Strategy and Value Creation
ECON 231Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 232Principles of Macroeconomics
Supporting Requirements
ACCT 311Intermediate Accounting I
ACCT 312Intermediate Accounting II
ACCT 313Cost Accounting
ACCT 317Managerial Accounting
ACCT 411Advanced Accounting
ACCT 412Partnerships and Not-For-Profit Organizations
ACCT 415Income Taxation
ACCT 416Advanced Taxation
ACCT 418Principles of Auditing
Students working to earn a bachelor of arts in Accounting must complete intermediate proficiency in a foreign language, either by completing twelve hours of the same foreign language or through receiving CLEP test credit.
All 100-200 level accounting, business administration, economics and mathematics courses should be completed in freshman and sophomore years or students may not have prerequisites necessary to take 300-400 level accounting, business administration and economics courses in their junior and senior year.
Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting
Core Requirements
ACCT 211Principles of Accounting I
ACCT 212Principles of Accounting II
BA 100Business, Entrepreneurship and Consultancy
BA 261Principles of Marketing
BA 325Business Law
BA 341Principles of Financial Management
BA 345Business and Professional Writing
BA 357Management Information Systems
BA 359Managerial Statistics
BA 406Business Strategy and Value Creation
ECON 231Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 232Principles of Macroeconomics
Supporting Requirements
ACCT 311Intermediate Accounting I
ACCT 312Intermediate Accounting II
ACCT 313Cost Accounting
ACCT 317Managerial Accounting
ACCT 411Advanced Accounting
ACCT 412Partnerships and Not-For-Profit Organizations
ACCT 415Income Taxation
ACCT 416Advanced Taxation
ACCT 418Principles of Auditing
All 100-200 level accounting, business administration, economics and mathematics courses should be completed in freshman and sophomore years or students may not have prerequisites necessary to take 300-400 level accounting, business administration and economics courses in their junior and senior year.
Requirements for a Major in Accounting with the Emphasis to Pursue CPA Certification
1. Completion of coursework for either a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science in Accounting, and
2. Additional hours to be earned in the following areas:
o Accounting
o Business Administration
o Computer Information Systems
o Economics
o English