Accountant at a computerThe Accounting major is designed to provide comprehensive exposure to accounting issues for students interested in professional accounting careers including Certified Public Accounting or Certified Managerial Accounting.

Required courses

  • Acctg 330 Intermediate Accounting I
  • Acctg 331 Intermediate Accounting II
  • Acctg 335 Introduction to Taxation
  • Acctg 338 Cost Accounting
  • Acctg 433 [M] Accounting Systems & Auditing
  • Acctg 439 [M] Auditing OR
  • Acctg 438 [M] Advanced Cost Accounting

Two electives

  • 400 Level Acctg Elective
  • 400 Level Acctg Elective [GL]
  • Mgmt  487 Business Ethics
  • 300 or 400 Level Fin Elective [GL]
  • 300 or 400 Level Fin Elective
  • 300 or 400 Level MIS Elective
  • 300 or 400 Level MIS Elective

Admissible 300 or 400 level courses may not include courses from the Business Administration core, the set of required Acctg courses, or any 498 or 499 courses.

Upon completion of the Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration, students will have the knowledge to be able to:

Core Business Knowledge and Skills: Apply qualitative and quantitative business skills to solve business problems.

Global Perspective: Compare and contrast different economic systems and appreciate cultural differences and their impact on business practices.

Social/Environmental/Ethical Awareness: Evaluate a business ethical dilemma and propose a socially/environmentally acceptable solution considering the implications of multiple stakeholders.

Effective Communication: Organize and express themselves coherently, ably, and professionally.