The accounting program is designed to provide the business student a depth of knowledge in accounting and business, and to help develop keen communication, interpersonal, and critical thinking skills.
Careers in Accounting Include:
public and private accounting
non-profit organization accounting
Accounting is the field of study that focuses on developing and providing financial information about business, including information about the cost of products manufactured or services provided and about governmental and not-for-profit organizations.
Accounting Major & Minor
Degree plan requires 6 advanced accounting credits. Students may choose from the following courses.
Advanced Accounting Electives (6 credits)
ACCT 3330 International Accounting
ACCT 3338 Financial Statement Analysis
ACCT 4309 Accounting for Government and Nonprofit Entities
ACCT 4395 Advanced Tax Accounting
ACCT 4312 Advanced Auditing
ACCT 4319 Advanced Cost/Managerial Accounting
ACCT 4320 Advanced Accounting Systems and EDP Auditing
ACCT 4345 Fraud Investigation and Prevention
A minor in accounting consists of 18 credit hours. Only students majoring in business can minor in accounting.
150 Credit Options for Accounting Majors desiring to take the CPA Examination
Students planning to sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam should consult with the College of Business Administration academic advisor in CBA Rm. 112 to arrange an appropriate degree plan.
Dr. Thomas Krueger
DBA, J.R. Manning Endowed Professor of Innovation in Business Education
and Chair, Department of Accounting & Finance
This page was last updated on: June 13, 2016