Accounting, B.S.

This degree offers a balanced theoretical and applied approach to study a broad range of business and accounting disciplines. This includes business topics of marketing, finance, law, operations, and strategy. Following a study of the primary accounting disciplines of financial, managerial, audit, information systems, and tax, students can engage in a more specialized study of internal audit, management accounting, tax, or public accounting/graduate school. Students also develop important business skills in communication, critical thinking, team building, and computer applications.

Matriculation Requirements

To be considered matriculated in the Accounting degree, a student must complete the following courses with at least a C- grade:
ACC 2110Principles of Accounting I3
ACC 2120Principles of Accounting II (Grade of B- or higher required)3
ACC 2500Data Analytics in Accounting3
MKTG 220GWritten Business Communication GI WE3
ECON 2010Principles of Economics I SS3
MGMT 2340Business Statistics I3
MGMT 2240Business Quantitative Analysis3
MGMT 2400Data Analytics for Business3
MKTG 2390Professional Business Presentations3