The Accounting major prepares students to pursue careers in public accounting, corporate accounting, nonprofit accounting, and other financial careers.
The Accounting program objectives provide accounting graduates with a basic understanding of accounting principles (Financial, Managerial, Taxation, and Auditing) such that they are able to prepare, analyze, and communicate accounting information.
Students must complete the General Education Core Requirements. The culmination of the program is the capstone class Advanced Accounting (ACC401), where students complete a specific project that demonstrates the cumulative knowledge of Accounting.

General Education Core Requirements

  • ENG101 Introduction to College Writing and Information Literacy
  • ENG102 Reading and Writing About Literature
  • COM101 Speech Communication
  • English Elective
  • Fine Arts
  • MAT202 Statistics
  • Math Elective (MAT103 Finite Mathematics)
  • CIS101A Microsoft Windows/Word
  • Natural Sciences
  • PHI301 Ethics for the Professional
  • Elective in Philosophy and/or Religious Studies
  • Social Sciences (History, Geography, Political Science, ECO101)
  • Behavioral Sciences (PSY102 Introduction to Psychology or SOC101 Introduction to Sociology)
  • ACT110 College Experience
  • Global Awareness*

Specific Requirements Credits for Accounting majors

  • ACC101 Financial Accounting
  • ACC102 Managerial Accounting
  • ACC201 Intermediate Accounting I
  • ACC202 Intermediate Accounting II
  • ACC302 Cost Accounting
  • ACC403 Federal Income Tax I
  • ACC404 Federal Income Tax II
  • BUS102 Business Math or MAT103 Finite Mathematics
  • BUS203 Business Communications
  • BUS301 Business Finance
  • BUS303 Business Law
  • BUS305 Principles of Management
  • CIS101A&B Computer Literacy
  • ECO207 Macroeconomic Principles
  • ENG101 Introduction to College Writing and Information Literacy
  • ENG102 Reading and Writing About Literature
  • PSY102 Introduction to Psychology or SOC101 Introduction to Sociology
  • Social Science
  • Philosophy or Religious Studies
  • ACT110 College Experience
  • Arts & Sciences Electives

Download ourĀ Academic Catalog for complete program details.