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Accounting Major

Progression: Students must achieve a C or better for all major requirements. For courses where a student receives a grade of C- or lower the course will not count towards fulfillment of major or minor requirements.

Note: In addition to completing the following required courses, students must fulfill the General Education Requirements. Major requirements and/or General Education Requirements may be changed by official action of the faculty.

Under “Recommended Sequence” below, a number indicates the year during which it is recommended that the course be taken (i.e., 1-first year; 2-second year, etc.); a letter indicates that the course should be taken during a particular semester (i.e., F-Fall; S-Spring). This is a recommended sequence which will be individualized based on the course rotation schedule and in consultation with the faculty advisor.

Business Administration Core

Department

Course Number

Credits

Course Title

Recommended Sequence Year/Semester

BUS

102

3

Principles of Managerial Accounting

1S

BUS

141

3

Business Foundations I

1F

BUS

142

3

Business Foundations II

1S

BUS

208

3

Principles of Management

1

BUS

215

3

Marketing

2

BUS

216

3

Quantitative Business Analysis II
or MAT 215, Applied Statistics I

2

BUS

228

3

Cultures & Environments of Global Business

2

BUS

306

3

Business Finance

3

BUS

318

3

Business Law

3

BUS

358

3

Leadership and Stewardship

3

BUS

416

3

Business, Government, and Ethics

4F

BUS

417

3

Management Policy

4S

ECO

201

3

Introduction to Macroeconomics

2F

ECO

202

3

Introduction to Microeconomics

2S

Accounting Courses

Department

Course Number

Credits

Course Title

Recommended Sequence Year/Semester

BUS 101 3 Principles of Financial Accounting 1F

BUS

201

3

Intermediate Accounting I

2F

BUS

202

3

Intermediate Accounting II

2S

BUS

308

3

Cost Accounting I

3

BUS

311

3

Advanced Accounting I

3F

BUS

312

3

Advanced Accounting II

3S

BUS

328

3

Accounting Information Systems

4

BUS

401

3

Federal Income Taxes I

4F

BUS

402

3

Federal Income Taxes II

4S

BUS

408

3

Auditing

4F

BUS

___

3

One elective business course
or BUS 466, accounting internship

 

There are 75 credits required for this major. Prerequisite courses may be necessary and the General Education Requirements must be completed.