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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration–Accounting

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration–Accounting prepares students for entry into a variety of fields in accountancy including corporate accounting, accounting information systems and governmental accounting, as well as graduate programs in accountancy, business and law. The accounting major equips students with basic and advanced accounting concepts, principles and procedures that prepare them for entry-level positions or pursuit of the additional educational requirements to become Certified Public Accountants.

Candidates for a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Accounting must complete the minimum course requirements as outlined in the following curriculum.

Freshman Year

FALL   CREDITS
ASC 1000 University Experience 1
BUS 1501 Foundations in Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship 1 3
BUS 1801 Global Business Perspectives 3
BUS 2303 Macroeconomics 3
COM 1101 Composition and Rhetoric 3
MTH 1701 College Algebra 3
      16

  

SPRING CREDITS
BUS 1502 Foundations in Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2 3
BUS 2304 Microeconomics 3
COM 1102 Writing About Literature 3
MTH 1702 Applied Calculus 3
   Restricted Elective (PSY) 3
   15

Sophomore Year

FALL   CREDITS
BUS 2211 Introduction to Financial Accounting 3
BUS 2601 Legal and Social Environments of Business 3
BUS 3501 Management Principles 3
   Restricted Elective* (COM) 3
   Restricted Elective (Science) 3
      15

  

SPRING CREDITS
BUS 2212 Introduction to Managerial Accounting 3
BUS 2703 Statistics for Business 3
BUS 3504 Management Information Systems 3
BUS 3601 Marketing Principles 3
   Restricted Elective (Science) 3
     15

Junior Year

FALL CREDITS
BUS 3211 Intermediate Accounting 1 3
BUS 3401 Corporate Finance 3
HUM 2051 Civilization 1 3
   Restricted Elective (HUM/COM) 3
   Restricted Elective (BUS global emphasis 3
   15

  

SPRING CREDITS
BUS 3212 Intermediate Accounting 2 3
BUS 3213 Cost and Managerial Accounting 3
BUS 3704 Quantitative Methods 3
   Humanities Core Course** 3
   Restricted Elective (HUM global emphasis) 3
   15

Senior Year

FALL CREDITS
BUS 4211 Internal Audit 3
BUS 4501 Production/Operations Management 3
BUS 4502 Organizational Behavior and Theory 3
BUS 4783 Practicum Planning 0
BUS 4788 Business Plan Research (Q) 3
   Restricted Elective (COM/HUM) 3
   15

  

SPRING CREDITS
BUS 4222 Tax Management and Strategy 3
BUS 4284 Accounting Practicum 3
BUS 4701 International Business 3
BUS 4702 Business Strategy and Policy 3
   Free Elective 3
   15

TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED 121

*Restricted Elective (COM) can be Business and Professional Writing (COM 2224), Writing for the Media (COM 2225) or Introduction to Communication (COM 2425).

Restricted Electives: Global Emphasis
Business
BUS 3801 Cross-Cultural Management
BUS 3802 Global Macroeconomic Issues
BUS 3805 Emerging Markets Strategies
BUS 4219 Globalization and Corporate Social Responsibility
BUS 4516 Global Strategic Management of Technology
BUS 4686 International Marketing
BUS 4801 International Trade
BUS 4802 Global Accounting and Tax
BUS 4803 Global Financial Management
BUS 4804 Business In the Wester Hemisphere
Humanities    
HUM 2140 World Architecture
HUM 2141 World Art History 1: Pre-History to Early Global Awareness
HUM 2142 World Art History 2: Early Modern to Post-Colonial
HUM 2385 Special Topics in World History
HUM 2480 Introduction to Political Science
HUM 3027

History and Culture of China

HUM 3085

Special Topics in Humanities  

HUM 3285

Special Topics in Literature

HUM 3351

History of Science and Technology: Ancient and Medieval  

HUM 3352

History of Science and Technology: Renaissance to Present  

HUM 3385

Special Topics in History  

HUM 3485

Special Topics in Social Science

HUM 3521

World Religions  

HUM 3552

Survey of Modern and Contemporary Philosophy  

  

**Humanities Core Courses
HUM 2052 Civilization 2: Renaissance Through Modern
HUM 2142 World Art History 2: Early Modern to Post-Colonial
HUM 2212 British and American Literature 1  
HUM 2213   British and American Literature 2  
HUM 2331   American History: Pre-Columbian to Civil War Era  
HUM 2332 American History: From Reconstruction to the Present  

Not all humanities core courses are offered online or every term; check the current schedule of classes for humanities core options.