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Accounting - 57 Credits - BS

Delivery Method: Day/Fulton Campus

The requirements of the accounting major are designed to prepare students for business and industry accounting, auditing, governmental accounting, not-for-profit accounting and the knowledge needed to become a Certified Public Accounting (CPA).

Accounting majors gain theoretical knowledge and real-world experience in Financial and Managerial Accounting, Financial Statement Analysis, Taxation, Auditing, and Corporate Finance. Students who are interested in becoming a CPA must complete a total of 150 credit hours, which includes 33 hours of accounting courses and 27 hours of general business courses.

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Core Credits: 57.00

Course # Course Title Hours
ACC 240 Principles of Accounting I 3.00
ACC 241 Principles of Accounting II 3.00
ACC 312 Intermediate Accounting I 3.00
ACC 319 Taxation I 3.00
ACC 322 Intermediate Accounting II 3.00
ACC 343 Cost and Managerial Accounting 3.00
ACC 379 Taxation II 3.00
ACC 403 ACC Internship III 3.00
ACC 425 Governmental & Nonprofit Accounting 3.00
ACC 430 Investments with Financial Statement Analysis 3.00
ACC 441 Auditing 3.00
BUS 214 Business Ethics -E 3.00
BUS 335 Business Law 3.00
BUS 415 Corporate Finance 3.00
BUS 450 Business Policy and Procedures 3.00
ECN 251 Macroeconomics -S 3.00
ECN 252 Microeconomics -S 3.00
MAT 114 Elementary Statistics -M 3.00
MIS 125 Productivity Tools 3.00

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