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Accounting

The accounting major helps to prepare students for careers in public accounting, private industry, and non-profit organizations. It is also a good foundation for graduate study in accounting, management, finance, and law, as well as preparation examinations for professional certifications such as Certified Public Accountant, Certified Management Accountant, Certified Financial Management, and Certified Internal Auditor.

The Major in Accounting

The accounting curriculum is designed to provide a broad foundation in accounting to prepare students for careers in public accounting, private industry, and the non-profit sector.

Accounting Requirements

  • Accounting 157, 213, 218, 219, 340
  • Economics 152, 156 (or Math 107), 225
  • Management 223
  • 2 Controlled Electives

Note: Students select two of the following four controlled electives: ACCT 258, Computer and Accounting Information Systems; ACCT 315: Federal Income Tax; ACCT 322: Advanced Accounting; ACCT 324: Auditing

Accounting courses are listed in the College Catalog.