Nov 30, 2021  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Accounting Emphasis, BS in Business Administration, AC00


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Fast Track Eligible          Major Code: AC00     Bachelor of Science in Business Administration     Summary Degree Requirements   

 

General Education Core 42 Requirements: 33 Hours


  • Area 1A     6 hours Social & Behavioral Sciences - fulfilled by ECON 0201  and ECON 0202 
  • Area 1B     3 hours Civic Engagement - see below for options
  • Area 2A     6 hours Written Communication - see below for options
  • Area 2B     3 hours Oral Communication - see below for options
  • Area 3       7 hours Natural Science 1 with and one without lab - see below for options
  • Area 4       3 hours Mathematics MATH 0125  is recommended - see below for options
  • Area 5A     6 hours Humanities - see below for options
  • Area 5B     3 hours Fine Arts - see below for options
  • Area 5C     3 hours Global Competencies - fulfilled by IB 0310  
  • Area 5D     2 hours Health and Wellness - see below for options

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Institutional Degree Requirement: 1 Hour


Electives: 20 Hours


As needed to total 120 approved credit hours (including 39 upper division 300-400 level).

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Total Hours: 120


 Majors in accounting must earn a grade of ‘C’ or above in all accounting courses in order to earn a BSBA.

ECON 0201  and ECON 0202  satisfies General Education Core Requirement area 1A 6 hours.IB 0310  satisfies General Education Core Requirement area 5C 3 hours.

MATH 0125  is recommended to meet General Education Core Requirement area 4.

MGMT 452 should be taken during the last semester of university work.

Institutional requirement UE 0100  may also be met by HNRS 0101  (2 credit hours).

Those interested in sitting for the CPA exam should consider: Advanced Accounting and Tax Accounting II. Those interested in sitting for the Certified Management Accountant exam should consider: Tax Accounting II and Advanced Cost Accounting.

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