Professor Rand, Chairperson; Professors Fesler, Seay; Associate Professor Howard; Assistant Professors Davis, Garner, Wilbanks; Instructor Waggoner
The objective of the accounting program is to provide the educational foundation for careers in accounting. The program includes both general and special education. Courses in the arts, sciences, and business areas are required. A wide variety of accounting courses provide flexibility for different accounting specialties. The curriculum is designed to help students gain initial employment and successfully advance in such specializations as public accounting, internal auditing, taxation, and business and industrial accounting. The accounting program helps students to meet the requirements of the state’s 150-hour law for CPA candidacy.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration