Upon graduation from the B.S. in accounting program, a student will be able to:
- Demonstrate entry-level technical competence in financial
accounting, taxation, cost/managerial and auditing. The competency
level is not sufficient to meet the technical requirements for
professional certification but will serve as the technical foundation
for graduate education.
- Demonstrate technical competence in domestic and global
business through the study of major disciplines within the fields of
- Define, analyze and devise solutions for structured and unstructured business problems and issues by using cohesive and logical reasoning patterns for evaluating information, materials and data.
- Recognize and apply the AICPA code of professional conduct to ethical problems that occur in accounting practice.
- Conceptualize a complex issue into a coherent written statement and oral presentation.
- Exhibit competence in the uses of technology in modern organizational operations.
- Demonstrate the fundamentals of creating and managing innovation, new business development and high-growth potential entities.
Upon graduation from the B.S. in accounting program, a student will have the skill set and professional mindset needed to perform in entry-level financial accounting, taxation, cost management and auditing positions.
Sophomore Year - Second Semester
ACCTNG 211 Introduction to Managerial Accounting
ACCTNG 310 Intermediate Accounting 1
Junior Year - First Semester
ACCTNG 307 Cost Management
ACCTNG 350 Accounting Systems and Controls
DSOM 309 Intermediate Business Statistics
Economics Elective (ECON 301, ECON 302 or ECON 331)
Junior Year - Second Semester
ACCTNG 311 Intermediate Accounting II
MKT 324 Marketing Concepts
DSOM 326 Production/Operations Management
MGT 330 Understanding the Individual
in the Organization
MGT 370 International Management
MGT 470 International Study in Business
Senior Year - First Semester
ACCTNG 405 Auditing
ACCTNG 408 Federal Income Taxation
FIN 325 Financial Management
MGT 306 Legal, Ethical and Regulatory
Environment of Business
ACCTNG 420 Advanced Accounting
Senior Year - Second Semester
ACCTNG 409 Advanced Tax
ACCTNG 421 Governmental/Not-for-Profit Accounting
MGT 320 Law of Commercial Transactions
MGT 471 Strategic Management
ENT 460 Creating the Enterprise
Approved Finance Elective (FIN 340, FIN 345, FIN 419, FIN 427, FIN 428, FIN 435)
Note: Students should ensure that prerequisites are taken in the proper sequence.