May 26, 2018
The Bachelor of Science in Accounting degree program from the College of Business is designed to provide students with the basic body of knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to enter the accounting profession (public, government, or business and industry).
Students planning to obtain the CPA certificate must complete 150 credit-hours and are encouraged to complete the coordinated 150 hour B.S. and M.S. in Accounting. See the relevant section of this catalog for more information on the Accounting, M.S. program.
Students must meet all university requirements for a bachelor's degree.
Students must meet the collegial degree requirements listed at the beginning of this section.
General Education Courses (37-38 Hours)
See the Catalog Bachelor's Degree Requirements for detailed information about the General Education Requirements for transfer students and students admitted as a freshman.
Communications (9 credit hours)
- Two courses in written communication (6)
- One course in oral communication (3)
Mathematics (3 credit hours)
Physical and Life Sciences (7 - 8 credit hours), including at least one laboratory course
- One course from Life Sciences (3-4)
- One course from Physical Sciences (3-4)
Humanities (9 credit hours)
- At least one course from humanities and at least one course from fine arts
Social and Behavioral Sciences (9 credits)
- ECON - 2301 Principles of Microeconomics (3)
- ECON - 2302 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
- One additional Social and Behavioral Science Course (3)
Business Core Courses (45 Hours)
All core courses for this major are offered as face-to-face and as online courses. When scheduling classes, the "course type" column will indicate if the course is offered online for that term.
Accounting Core Courses (18 Hours)
Accounting Selectives (9 Hours)
Select three of the following courses:
Total - 120 Hours
NOTE: Students preparing for professional certifications should choose electives as follows: