Accounting Requirements

Suggested Four-Year Sequence for a Bachelor of Science in Accounting

Freshman

Fall

  • ACC100 Principles of Financial Accounting I
  • MGT100 Fundamentals of Management
  • Theme VII MATH160 College Algebra
  • Theme III ENG101 Strategies in Research and Rhetoric I
  • FYE100 Freshmen Year Experience
Spring

Fall

  • ACC220 Principles of Financial Accounting II
  • Theme I 100/200 Faith and Reason
  • Theme V ENG102 Strategies in Research and Rhetoric II
  • BUS110 Business, Organizations and Management
  • Theme III Communications and Expression
  • Theme V LS100 The Architecture of Information
Sophomore

Fall

  • ACC100 Principles of Financial Accounting I
  • ECON200 Macroeconomics
  • Theme II Ethics, Values, and Truth
  • Theme IV Critical & Analytical Thinking
  • CS140 Management Information Systems
Sophomore

Spring

  • ACC200 Managerial Accounting
  • ECON220 Microeconomics
  • Theme VII Lab Science
  • BUS200 Professional Development I
  • Arts and Sciences Elective
Junior

Fall

  • ACC310 Intermediate Accounting I
  • ACC330 Federal Tax I
  • BUS300 Business Ethics in the Corporate Environment
  • BUS310 Business Law I
  • FIN300 Corporate Finance
Senior

Fall

  • ACC410 Accounting Problems and Practice
  • BUS341 Introduction to Research and Analysis using Statistics
  • MGT410 International Business
  • MGT490 Business Policy
  • Arts and Sciences Elective
Senior

Fall

  • ACC430 Auditing
  • ACC572 Advanced Accounting
  • BUS499 Business Capstone
  • BUS220 Professional Development III
  • Theme VIII Global Consciousness
  • Theme VIII Global Consciousness
  • General Elective

Please note: Course offerings are subject to change.