Department Chair: John Leavins, email@example.com
The accounting degree program provides a broad–based education and promising employment prospects for future business leaders by equipping students with the business and accounting knowledge necessary to obtain professional positions after graduation, providing a sound knowledge base for continuing progress in the accounting profession, and creating an environment within which students and faculty exchange ideas and critically evaluate the profession and its role in society.
The undergraduate accounting curriculum is designed to provide learning and decision–making skills that will be invaluable throughout the graduate’s career. Accordingly, the curriculum incorporates both accounting theory and practice. The BBA prepares students who do not wish to sit for the CPA exam in the following careers:
- Government accounting
Students interested in public accounting and planning to take the CPA exam must successfully complete 150 hours of college credit. Our BBA/MBA and Master of Science in Accounting degrees are designed to prepare them to sit for this exam.
Business Foundation Courses
Best if completed before 60 hour mark.
Accounting Required Courses
Complete 3 hours from the following: