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BS-Accounting degree program

Objective
The BS-Accounting degree prepares students for accounting careers in industry or government, and allows students to complete significant coursework in a related business discipline (economics, finance, information systems, management, marketing). When coupled with additional coursework, the degree will also prepare students for careers in public accounting.

 

Coursework
The BS-Accounting degree requires a total of 122 semester hours of work. Included in this total are:


      047 semester hours of general education courses
      033 semester hours of business core courses
      027 semester hours of accounting courses
      015 semester hours of advanced business electives

      122 total semester hours


For details see the COBA Undergraduate Advising Center web page for the BS-Accounting degree. 


The selection of four advanced business electives (3000 and 4000 level courses) is made in consultation with the undergraduate advisor.
         

The area of concentration (if any) selected by the student should be guided by his/her career goals. For many students a concentration in Finance or Information Systems will be the best choice.
         
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To apply for admission contact: Undergraduate Admissions Center