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The Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting (BBA) degree is designed for students who desire a strong career- oriented education and preparation in accounting, business, and the liberal arts. Coursework in the Accounting program builds students’ knowledge in financial accounting, managerial accounting, taxation, and auditing. The purpose of the curriculum is to prepare students for private, public, and governmental careers in accounting. A capstone internship course integrates accounting concepts with real-world applications. The Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting has been approved to be a licensure-qualifying program. Students graduating from the program are eligible and prepared to complete the CPA Examination (Certified Public Accountant).

Program Requirements:

  • Major Courses (34 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    ACC100 Accounting I 3
    ACC120 Financial Accounting 3
    ACC200 Accounting II: Introduction to Managerial Accounting 3
    ACC210 Accounting for Mergers and Acquisitions 3
    ACC345 Auditing 3
    ACC355 Cost Accounting 3
    ACC365 Federal Taxation 3
    ACC401 Financial Statement Analysis 3
    ACC402 Auditing and Reporting 3
    ACC575 Capstone Course – Accounting 7

  • General Business (36 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    MAT350 Statistics and Probability 3
    BUS110 Business Law 3
    CIS105 Foundations of Computer Systems 3
    CIS107 Computer Applications 3
    ECO100 Economics I 3
    FNB100 Introduction to Finance 3
    FNB200 Fundamentals of Corporate Finance 3
    BUS260 Management Science 3
    GBE510 Budgeting 3
    BUS100 Management I 3
    BUS200 Management II 3
    BUS210 Managerial Communications 3
  • Other Requirements (24 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    MAT150 Statistics 3
    MAT340 Calculus I 3
    CIS310 Management Informations Systems 3
    CIS301 IT: The Individual and Society 3
    ECO200 Economics II 3
    HIS151 America in the Twentieth Century 3
    PSY100 Introduction to Psychology 3
    PHL200 Critical Thinking 3
  • General Education Courses (17 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    GEN101 Freshman Seminar 1
    CIS101 Computer Literacy 3
    ENG101 Public Speaking 3
    ENG103 English Composition I 3
    ENG203 English Composition II 3
    LIB100 Information Literacy 1
    MAT220 Discrete Mathematics 3
  • Distribution (27 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    MATHEMATICS: MAT230 Pre-Calculus; Functions and Graphs 3
    SCIENCE: Select one course 3
    SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES: Select three courses 9
    HUMANITIES: Literature Elective 3
    HUMANITIES: Philosophy Elective 3
    HUMANITIES: History Elective 3
    HUMANITIES: Fine Arts Elective 3
  • Open Electives (12 credits)

 Total Credits: 150