Aug 15, 2018  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Accounting, B.S.B.A.


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(Leading to the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Degree)

Basic Business


Freshman Year


Total: 30


Total: 30


Note:


1 Select two courses from the following: ASTR 1010 , ASTR 1020 ; BIOL 1010 , BIOL 1020 , BIOL 1114 , BIOL 2110 , BIOL 2010 , BIOL 2020 ; CHEM 1010 , CHEM 1020 , CHEM 1110 , CHEM 1120 ; GEOL 1040 , GEOL 1045 ; PHYS 2010 , PHYS 2020 , PHYS 2110 , PHYS 2120  .
   
2 Elective courses are to be selected in consultation with the academic advisor. UBUS 1020  may not be required in some instances. MATH 1000 and READ 1010 does not count as credit toward BSBA degree completion, including as elective.  See advisor.
   
3 Select two courses from the University approved Humanities/Fine Arts list  .

Curriculum


Total: 30


Total: 30


Note:


1 COMM 2025  or PC 2500  if not taken as part of the General Education Core Communication requirement, ENGL 3250 , ENGL 4970 (5970) ; MET 4010 ; COMM 3130 , COMM 3630 , COMM 4430 (5430) , COMM 4620 (5620) , COMM 4630 (5630) ; FREN/GERM/SPAN 1010 or 1020.
   
2

Accounting electives, select two courses:

ACCT 4230 (5230) - Advanced Managerial Accounting 

ACCT 4340 - Tax Management for Entities 

ACCT 4410 - Financial Accounting and Reporting III 

ACCT 4530 - Governmental and Not-For-Profit Accounting 

ACCT 4600 (5600) - Forensic Accounting and Fraud Auditing 

ACCT 4700 (5700) - International Experiences in Accounting 

ACCT 4750 - Auditing in an EDP Environment 

ACCT 4800 - Internship in Accounting 

 
   
3 Elective courses are to be selected in consultation with the academic advisor. Accounting majors are required to complete a total of 11 elective hours and six communication elective hours for graduation. Departmentally-approved communication courses and electives are to be selected in consultation with the academic advisor and will be completed during the freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior years.

 

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